I know the title of this post might sound weird to some of you, but I swear it isn't! Destiny @ Howling Libraries and I hosted the Short-a-thon from December 21st until December 31st, which means it's time to wrap that beauty up! And what better way than to share these "short" books with all the TTT-addicts, right?
Time for the last TBR-post of 2018. My TBR for the first challenge of 2019 - January Jam Jar. It's no secret I'm more of a mood reader, although I can stick to my TBR's somewhat.. most of the time but.. The jar has always been a huge challenge for me. Especially since I tend to ignore the thing after a week or two. Let's hope I do better this time around!
Do you like planning in advance as much as I do? Do you like monthly reading challenges? Or, more precisely, do you like my monthly reading challenges? Are you curious to see whether I'll be changing things up in 2019? I hope the answer to all these questions is yes because, if so, you're in for a treat with this post!
It's almost here and I'm so pumped! I've been looking forward to this read-a-thon ever since Destiny and I came up with the idea so.. you can imagine how long that's been.. Yup, almost.. two months?! Longer than that?! Aaah! Anyway! It's time to share my TBR for the short-a-thon!
January Jam Jar is dedicated to two things, being those readers who are able to use a jar to decide their next read and the books we really wanted to read in 2018 but didn't succeed at. Putting those together, we get a month where we'll try and use a TBR jar filled with the books we desperately wanted to have read by now!
If there's one thing I love about one year ending and a new one beginning, it's all the possibilities of setting goals, finding challenges and compiling lists of things we want to achieve during the next year. I figured I can't possibly be on my own in that one, since I know we all love reading challenges. Not to mention setting ourselves reading goals to challenge ourselves throughout the year! So here I am.. setting some goals / challenges!
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!