Hey Guys! Today I’m coming at you with the top 5 books I want to read in the Spring! I have all of these out from the library at the moment so fingers crossed I’ll actually read them and they won’t just sit in my backpack gathering dust to and from Uni???
Remember to click on the book covers to go to the Goodreads pages!
Hey guys, today I’m coming at you with the News Years Resolutions Tag. I saw Lia at Lostinastory do this tag a few days ago and really enjoyed it, so I thought I would hop on the bandwagon and do it too!
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1. An Author I’d Like To Read That I’ve Never Read
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2. A Book I’d Like To Read
3. A CLASSIC I’D LIKE TO READ
4. A BOOK I’D LIKE TO RE-READ
5. A book I’ve had for ages and want to read
6. A big book I’d like to read
7. An Author I’ve Previously Read and Would Like To Read More Of
8. A Book I Got For Christmas and Would Like To Read
9. A Series I Want To Read From Start to Finish
10. A Series I Want To Finish That You’ve Already Started
11. Do I Set Reading Goals? If So, How Many Books Do I Want To Read in 2018?
My reading goal for the year is to read 52 books. One a week!
12. Any Other Reading Goals?
- My Harry Potter Re-Readathon
- The Beat The Backlist challenge
- My 2018 Blogging & Reading Goals
- The Happiness Project 2018
what do you plan on reading in 2018?
Hey guys, today I’m coming at you with my top 2018 releases. My goal for 2018 is to read more 2018 releases so I’m making this list to keep myself accountable and to show you guys what I want to read this year!
I am currently re-reading the Wayward Children series so I can get hyped for Beneath The Sugar Sky. As far as I”m aware this is the last book but I have heard some rumours that there might be some more books, so I am pretty excited!
I am also incredibly excited for The Hazel Wood, if you were hanging around my blog last year than you know I got pretty into dark fairytale type stories so when I heard about this book I knew I had to read it. GET HYPED PEOPLE.
Last year I read Scythe and loved it so of course, I have to read this. The cover looks amazing and the first book was just soo good so I need this now, please.
Ah, The Threads We Weave, I need to read you know. I love The Starbound trilogy so of course, I want to read this.
Okay, so I wasn’t sure if I was going to read The Cruel Prine or not because Fae are not my thing but whatever I’ve only heard good things so…
My Lady Jane was hilarious and the fact that these ladies are coming back to write about more lady Janies never fails to make my day better.
So, we have a theme with this post. Most of these books are in some way part of a series. and so, because Caraval was one of my favourite books of 2017 I absolutely have to read this one.
I don’t actually know how I feel about this one. Sure, I want more Simon and sure, I love Leah But, I still haven’t read Upside and I feel like I just have to read ALbertlli’s novels in publication order (I don’t know, I’m weird).
What are your most anticipated 2018 releases?
Hey guys, today I’m coming at you with a seasonal post, talking about all the top 5 books I want to read in Summer this December – February. Let me know if you plan on reading these books this season too!
December 1 in Australia // January 9 in the US
I met Amie Kaufman yesterday (I am still screaming) and so I got to get my copy of Unearthed signed, along with my copies of the Starbound trilogy. I have been waiting for Amie Kaufman and Megan Spooner to team up again and I can’t wait for this series!
So, we have a trend…
As soon as Amie Kaufman announced this on her Instagram I immediately knew I had to read it. She and Meagan Spooner also wrote another Starbound novella a few years ago but I think this one is written before any of the characters meet and I am ultimate trash for the trilogy so duh I’m going to read it.
Also, you can get this emailed to you if you send in your pre-order receipt for Unearthed.
As you guys have probably realised, I am have been pretty into retellings and anything related to fairytales/lore lately. It sounds fantastic and right up my alley, it sounds like a dark fairytale and I feel like I haven’t read a properly dark story in a while so sign me up.
So this book actually came out last year but recently it has gotten a bit of hype, which is how I found out about it. This novel sounds absolutely fantastic, it’s set in a world in which all women develop the ability to electrocute people and therefore there is a massive gender power shift and I really need to read it.
I actually received an arc of this a few months ago but because of classes, I wasn’t really able to read it. This was my most anticipated novel for 2017, but as more people have read it, a lot more negative reviews have come out. That being said, I know next to nothing about this book, other than I think there is an ace and a deaf character and that is so exciting!
What books are you planning to read this season? Will we be reading any of the same books?
I haven’t really read too many books this year but that’s because I’m trying to concentrate on taking my reading a slowly to concentrate on actually remembering what I read.
This year if I reread anything I would like to try and get to a few of my favourites.
The Raven Cycle
I would also like to try and get to The Lunar Chronicles as I’ve not yet reread the entire series!
My main goal for 2017 is to be more laid back with my reading.
In 2017 I will be graduating high school and I really want to give it my all studying and reading wise. I love high fantasy novels but more often than not they are 600+ pages and are quite complicated so I would like to be able to read more of them over the year.
During 2016 I found that having a list of books printed and stuck onto my wall really helped to encourage me to read the books that I had made part of my goal at the start of the year. I find that if I am able to actually cross the book off and see my progress over the year I get a lot more confident in my reading.
I will have a longer list on my wall but I am just going to put the main 7 books that I want to read in 2017.
Sleeping Giants (Themis Files #1) by Sylvain Neuvel
I just found out that the audio version of this is on audible and has a full cast. I was already excited about this book, I am in need of some good scifi but the audiobook has got me doubly excited.
Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi
I only found out about this novel roughly 5 minutes ago and I am pretty excited about it. It sounds like nothing I have ever read before, usually I wouldn’t pick something like this up but I would like to try and read more diversely in 2017 so I’m going to give this one a shot.
The Upside of Unrequited by Becky Albertalli
I loved Simon vs The Homo Spaiens Agenda so of course I’m totally excited about Becky Albertalli’s new book.
I mean come on, Albertalli’s done it again! An LGBT novel about unrequited love and the main characters isn’t the usual main character size – she’s chubby and she’s got attitude. I am so ready for this!
The Black Prism (Lightbringer #1) by Brent Weeks
These books are massive but I’ve made it my goal to read bigger books next year and this series sounds really cool. Brent Weeks is quite a popular author so I’m pretty confident about this one.
Six of Crows (Six of Crows #1) by Leigh Bardugo
I know, I know, I still haven’t read this one. This duology has been so hyped up by the Goodreads and Booktube community and I really don’t want to be let done but the premise and the characters sound amazing so I’m excited about this one.
The Flash Vol. 6: Out Of Time by Robert Venditti
I haven’t heard great things about this instalment but I love this series so I am still excited about this one. The previous 5 comics were awesome so I am definitely ready to read volume 6.
The Sword of Summer (Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard #1) by Rick Riordan
I’ve made it pretty clear in my last few posts that I want to read this trilogy. I love Riordan’s books and I have heard nothing but good things about this trilogy, it sounds different and
In the past I have started a lot of different series but haven’t actually finished them. I’m okay with starting series over the next year, but I would like to try and finish them within the year or at least make a substantial way through the series.
01 Finish at least 3 series/trilogies I started prior to 2017.
02 Start and finish at least 1 series/trilogy in 2017.
For 2017 I would like to reread at least one favourite series of mine that isn’t Harry Potter.
I’m always thinking about my favourite books but often, because so many books are published every year I don’t always have the time to reread them. This year I aim to be more relaxed with my reading – I want to enjoy this year as much as I can after the disastrous year that was 2016. I want to read old favourites and hopefully discover new favourites.