Whether you loved or hated them at the time, these are books that you just don’t really remember…
Here’s the thing, I’m pretty good at remembering books, or at least aspects of books. HOWEVER. I can’t remember what I read 10 days ago. I’m that sort of a person.
So I had to look back at my Goodreads list for this.
Oh my God I hated this but I can’t remember anything about the plot, mainly because I DNF’d it when I was about 15.
Continue reading “Top 5 Wednesday – Forgettable Books”
So the wonderful Aneeqah N on Twitter put out a call for authors to respond to. She said:
It’s been a tough week in this community, and as a writer, that can really made it hard to stay motivated on your work.
so I want to do something: reply to this tweet w/a description of your WIP/book + some keywords and I’ll make you an aesthetic!
I, being the visual geek I am, told Aneeqah of my WIP (five, queer, UK teens band together against the supervillain who overtook their city) and she came up with THIS THING OF BEAUTY
ISN’T IT AMAZING?
I love the quote in the middle and the pictures chosen are A+ like, really. It looks like stills of some soon to be released YA thriller or something.
If you want to check out her other beautiful aesthetics and/or RT mine, the link is HERE!
I’ll just be fanning myself over here.
These are books you didn’t end up getting to in 2017, but really want to prioritize in 2018.
This list could go on for days, but Top 5 Wednesday is 5 for a reason, so I’ve whittled it down.
I got this with a Fairyloot box, and I’ve heard RAVE reviews about it. I can’t wait to delve into this. Villain origin stories is everything I love.
I’m hype for Amanda Foody’s next book, and I read the first few pages of this but it was too heavy (hardback) for me to hold at the time. But again, rave reviews and it has the book cover I’m DYING for and yes. Love love!
Damn. I got about 50 pages into this and I loved it but the language required so much concentration of me when I was going to sleep that I had to put it down. It seems really interesting but one of those I need to get the rhythm of.
This has won so many award and – you guessed it – I’ve started reading it but it won awards for a REASON and that is because it’s complex and fascinating, world-spanning, history-laden and not fit for me after medication before I go to sleep.
Witches – check. Being made into a TV series – check. Need to read it – check.
I thought I’d try a new format for my reviews, so I’ll be touching on the overall feelings before I go into the meat itself, which will be spoilery!
So warning now. But I’ll go through worldbuilding, characters, pace and plot.
Continue reading “An Enchantment Of Ravens by Margret Rogerson – Review!”
- Go to your goodreads to-read shelf.
- Order on ascending date added.
- Take the first 5 (or 10 if you’re feeling adventurous) books
- Read the synopses of the books
- Decide: keep it or should it go?
Continue reading “TBR Tidy-Up – New Year Clean”
January 3rd: 2018 Reading Resolutions
— Goodreads Top 5 Wednesday group is run by Sam of Thoughts of Tomes, and can be found here!
I touched on these in the Readerly Resolutions, but I thought I might expand on this because I came up with more ideas!
1. Read 52 books aka 1 book a week
Continue reading “Top 5 Wednesday – 2018 Reading Resolutions”
WOOHOO! Another year, another survey by Jamie @ PerpetualPageTurner
I discovered this last year and it was such a handy way to look back at my reading and the stories I’d fallen into.
Note from Jamie: The survey is for books you read throughout the year, no matter when they were published, and is not limited to just books that came out in 2017!!
Number Of Books You Read: 41 (on target! YES!)
Number of Re-Reads: 1
Genre You Read The Most From: YA Fantasy.
Continue reading “2017 End of Year Book Survey”