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!
Sequel September is the first monthly reading challenge to make its second appearance on my blog - I AM PUMPED. And thankful for having made it so far, to be honest. Anyway! Time to share September's TBR - which is, of course, full of sequels.. There's a lot..
My monthly challenge for August is one I didn't put together myself. We can see this as taking a break, or we can be truthful and say I already wanted to join too many other challenges to have my own one on top of that all! A couple of days ago, I posted my TBR for Book Roast's Magical Readathon to get my N.E.W.T.'s, but that is not all for August! I'm also participating in ARC August - hosted by Read.Sleep.Repeat - and the BookTubeAThon - hosted by Ariel.
My Goodness. Can you imagine we're halfway through the year? HALFWAY? It blows my mind every time I think about it - time's flying by and I feel like I haven't even done half the things I wanted to do this year?! I can't be the only one. Or maybe I am. Maybe others have done so many awesome things already, ticked off plenty of their yearly goals while I'm struggling to remember what my goals are in the first place?
The end of May is upon us and that means it's time to set up our TBR's for the upcoming month. In my case, this means time to take a look at the books I want to reread [more like, the books I planned on rereading this year] and use those for my TBR!
Being in the middle of Moody May, it's time to announce June's challenge. We've had a TBR jar, we've had mood reading, we've had genre-specific reading. One thing we haven't had yet, is a month of rereading!
Discussion post: When I decide to reread books, it's because of one of two reasons.