November was a month where I focused on the goals I set at the start of the year. I wanted to read five specific books - did I succeed? And how does this month's haul look? Find out here!
Want to find out what I'm going to read in the final month of 2018? Then this is the post you need! Diverse reads everywhere, yay!
My fifth DNF ever since starting my blog - which is over one and a half year ago. I'd say that isn't all that bad but.. it's never fun to put a book on the DNF-shelf, right? Especially since I usually tell myself to read at least 100 pages before deciding to do so. With Oliver and Erica I didn't even make it to that mark. Why? Well, find out here.
It doesn't happen all that often since it's only the fifth time I'm deciding to consciously DNF a book but today is the day. Literally this morning, I decided I was going to add a fifth to the bunch. Luckily that doesn't equal a reading slump because I've been reading A LOT.
I'm back to doing my own thing with this TTT - yay! Honestly, I simply didn't feel the topic again so I decided to figure out something else.. and.. what's better than having to look through your owned TBR and confront yourself - once more - with all the books you should've read a long time ago?
We all know the drill by now, since it's something that's so "general" and.. world-wide known: setting yearly goals whenever the start of a new year is approaching. Those goals can include anything at all, but.. for us specifically? There's always some kind of reading goal involved. Reading goals that remain goals for a while, but eventually turn into a challenge because.. we always, always need to catch up on them. Then, after a while, the pressure comes into the mix because we really want to succeed and be able to say "I did it!" at the end of the year. But is it really all that realistic to put up a yearly goal without knowing what's going to happen throughout the year?
I took a while to read this trilogy, but I'm honestly.. happy to say I've both started and finished all three books in a little over a month's time! I've had these for quite some time now and, because I'm very interested in Kiersten White's The Conqueror's Saga, decided to finally give them a shot! But did I like them? Or do I wish I hadn't read them at all?