I’ve talked before on my blog about wanting to shrink my TBR pile, but it’s a topic I wanted to revisit in light of Olive from abookolive’s recent video, “I don’t want a zero TBR,” and Rincey’s response on the Book Riot channel in the video “What is your ideal TBR number?”
Plus it’s just something I’ve been thinking about a lot more lately as I work on sticking to my goals of reading four books a month from my 2017 TBR pile and reading all of the books I purchase in 2018 within three months of bringing them home. Continue reading
I’ve been wanting to put together a list of my favorite illustrated books for a while, but just haven’t gotten around to it for whatever reason. But now that I have another book to add to this list, it seems like the perfect time to finally do this post! Continue reading
As you might have seen in my post about bookish subscription boxes, I decided in January to subscribe to Book of the Month. I was planning to do a review after three months, but this subscription actually crashed and burned pretty quickly for me, so here we are.
I actually have a ton of other books I want to read this month, but after having a bit of a rigid TBR in February, I kind of want to leave things a bit looser in March. Of course, as I say that, I still put seven books on this list, so yeah. Continue reading
It’s time for another season of my most anticipated new releases! I’m so excited about all of the new books coming out in the next three months it’s almost ridiculous. I want these books now!! Continue reading
Have you ever read a book that everyone seems to love and you just can’t figure out why? I mean, some of the books I dislike are generally thought to be just ok, and others I dislike but I can see why they might be a good fit for someone else (*cough* Game of Thrones *cough*). But lately I’ve been reading some books that everyone seems to love but I didn’t, and I’m so confused as to where the disconnect is! Continue reading
After my rambling post about whether or not to use star ratings, the overwhelming feedback was that I should. So I’ve gone back and started rating things, but now I have some more thoughts about this whole system. Continue reading