Last year, I dedicated December to all the diverse books and this time it won't be any different. I quite liked reading a whole array of books showcasing different diverse aspects and I know some of you agree with me. So why change a good thing, right?
Better late than never so.. Here's my October / #OWNtober wrap up! I read a decent amount of books, although some of them were quite disappointing, and ended up getting only sub box books and pre-orders, yay!
We're so close to the end of the year- it's unreal! But that doesn't mean we're allowed to give up. No way! This November, I'm all about focusing on the reading goals I set at the start of the year so let's see what I've got left to read!
The challenge where you remember all those goals you set yourself at the start of the year and focus on reaching them! Whether it's a general goal, a specific bingo sheet or maybe a set TBR - those are what we're going to focus on!
September was a hard month to get through. Deadlines at work, a whole lot of stuff happening in my personal life.. Yet somehow.. I still managed to make this one of my best reading months this year! Not only looking at numbers, but most definitely looking at my own Sequel September-challenge. I read a ton of sequels and I'm so proud of myself!
I've cleared out some ARC's during ARCAugust, I've tried tackling my sequels during Sequel September.. Now it's time to simply focus on my own books, which means.. OWNtober is back, people! Pretty sure this is one of my favorite monthly challenges so far, simply because you get to read whatever you want, as long as you already own the book!
It's time for a first-timer on my blog - A READ-ALONG! And not just any read-along. It by Stephen King is the monster I'll be tackling throughout October. Are you up for the challenge?