It might be the week of Valentine's Day - and my due date, oh crap - but that doesn't mean it all has to be lovey-dovey! Sure, there are some romantic relationships that turn me to mush just thinking about them but.. there are also other couples - platonic couples - that make my heart beat faster. Makes sense that I'm simply using both of those to create this post, right?!
Don't we all do it? Add books to our "want to read" on Goodreads like a lunatic the moment we see one or two words that convince us it'll be the next best thing? Then we look back after a while and wonder whether it was the right call to make. Maybe we shouldn't have added them that quickly? Maybe we should've read some more reviews? Maybe, just maybe we're a bit too impulsive when it comes to buying books?
We all know the rabbit hole called Goodreads. We all know the blogging community is filled with enablers, encouraging you to add more and more books to your TBR. And we all know how bad we are at saying no and not adding new books to our lists. So let's see why I added the last ten books to my shelf, huh!
I've used the books I meant to read in 2018 for my January TBR, so.. instead I'm sharing the sequels I'm hoping to read this year! It's only part of the entire list but.. yeah.. I'm simply the worst at sequels, okay?
Every single one of us hates it when people asks us what our favorite book is, who our favorite author is. My first reaction will always be "in what genre?", although even that doesn't really help narrowing things down most of the time. When being asked what authors I discovered? Let's just say it isn't a very easy question to answer either!
Sharing the books of authors I've read before that are being released in 2019 - and I CANNOT. WAIT. OKAY. Want to find out what books? What authors? Then this is the post to be!
If there's one thing I always loathe doing, it's creating wish lists. For some reason, people are never happy with the things I put on them. "Why, Kathy! There are only books on here!" or "Can't you want something that doesn't have to do with reading?" are the most common ones. This means I've had to perfect the art of balancing bookish items with non-bookish items - and I'm going to prove to you it's possible! Or try to..