Happy Monday Beautiful Readers
For 2018, I set my first ever reading challenge goal, which is currently 50 books. I don’t know about you, but there are so many books I want to read, so 50 could very well be a number I exceed. Here’s to hoping! I have never set a reading goal for myself in the past, nor have I ever tracked the number of books I’ve read in a year. I’m excited to see what the results are come 2019. I would be happy with any number over 10 – which I know will be no problem at all.
If we are friends …
on Goodreads, then you will see there are many books I’ve read, am reading, or are looking to read this year that will not likely be featured on my blog. If we aren’t friends … then we should be! If there is a book you see in those lists, and you would like a full review and discussion posted here, like I’ve done here and here, then leave a comment or send me an email to let me know! For example, I am currently reading City of Bones from The Mortal Instruments Series purely for fun. I am a little more than a quarter of the way through and am not taking notes. Which means, the only place you’ll find a review for this book – from me – is on Goodreads.
The blog is solely for you and me to connect over the books we chose together.
I enjoy a great discussion – even more so when a book is the focal point. This is the sole premise of this beautiful blog of mine. Send me a book that’s currently on your “to be read” (TBR) list and let’s get into it!
Here’s what’s on mine!
Currently. Here’s what’s on mine currently is what that should say, because – as you know – this list never stops growing. Don’t you love it? Keep ’em coming authors … keep ’em coming.
I know – that’s a lot and all fit snugly into one post. Did you see anything that peaked your interest? I’m not going to lie to you; I’m a little blue about Fast-Tracked by Tracy Rozzlynn. After reading the synopsis, I am 100% all in but can’t find a copy available ANYWHERE! (*insert tears of sadness) If you know anyone that has a copy and they are willing to share, I would be forever grateful!
How many books are you hoping to read for 2018?