The end of the year is coming up, which for most people, mean trying to rush read to beat their Goodreads goals.
… Which, uh, is not the case for me.
As of writing this, ya girl is still in a little bit of a reading funk, and I really want to get back into reading for fun, and not reading just for English A Level, if you know what I mean?
And this TBR post is the shortest TBR post I’ve ever written, and honestly, I’m proud of myself for not rambling on.
Continue reading “December Reading Plans – A Super Short, Traditional TBR, Not Checking In With My November TBR + Me Rushing To Read All The Things Before 2020”
I am back (albeit very late) with all my November reading plans, and it is VERY weird.
Even for me.
Which is saying a lot.
I don’t want to say too much and will shut up now because this post is already 2.2k+ words long and I just need to stop talking, okay.
Continue reading “November Reading Plans – A Short October TBR Wrap Up + An Extensive, Weird November TBR ft. lots of self-deprecating humor (But Hey, What’s New)”
So yes, TBRs (and exposing my inability are still a thing here.
I don’t know how well I’m going to do on my August TBR, considering the busyness of August. I’m following a traditional (ish?) TBR, which is going to be … interesting.
I’m going to make my emoji key (for my August TBR) a bit more intricate! I’m separating my TBR into priority and other titles. As for monthly TBR challenges, I’m going to be participating in Avid August, hosted by the Devour Your TBR Group on Goodreads, where you focus on reading books that you didn’t get around to on your previous TBRs!
Also, I forgot to mention this on my wrap up, but I’m going overseas from the 2nd of August (today!) to the 12th of August ish? I’m doing my best to have posts scheduled, but I’m going to be even worse at interacting and returning comments!
And yes, I failed my July TBR. Truly, is anyone surprised?
Continue reading “August Reading Plans: Ft. A Traditional TBR (Who Am I?) & Me Failing My July TBR (but honestly, what’s new?)”
Disclaimer: That graphic’s title is not entirely accurate.
For those of you who have been reading my reading plans’ posts for the last few months may be wondering why I’m only wrapping up my April TBR and not revealing what I intend to read in May.
Continue reading “April II – The One Wherein I Wrap Up My Feeble Attempt to Conquer My April TBR (yikes)”
Guess who’s back to share her reading plans in the middle-of-the-month?
I’ve been really loving the organization of these posts (even if they took me forever to write). I’d thought I would continue to share my reading plans/monthly TBR!
Continue reading “March Reading Plans // Wrapping Up My February Reading Plans + My March TBR!”
I love Asian books.
Shockingly, this comes as a surprise to … no one, lmao.
There have been so many great Asian books as of late, and even though I’ve been (in my opinion) really good at keeping up with the Asian books I want to read, there are still quite a few I still want to read.
So when I saw this challenge centering around reading books by Asian authors hosted by Shealea @ Shut Up Shealea, CW @ the Quiet Pond, Lily @ Sprinkles of Dreams and Vicky @ Vicky Who Reads (all of whom are amazing humans who you should all totally follow), I knew I had to participate.
This post is going to serve as three things: my sign-up post, my progress tracker and a tentative list of books I would like to read for this challenge. I was initially going to make this part of my 2019 Reading Challenges page, but I figured since this is a reading challenge near and dear to my heart, that it should get a separate post of its own.
I’m aiming for the Malayan Tapir level, which is reading 21-30 books. Look at that graphic! CW is so talented (also yay for fellow Malaysian bloggers!) I’d love to go higher, but since I’ve read the majority of the Asian books on my radar/TBR, it makes going higher even more ambitious. I was going to aim for the Giant Panda (31-40 books), but I think it’s pretty unrealistic (part of me wanting to aim for that was because of that adorable panda and my love of pandas, ngl.) As I’m writing this, I’m already doubting my ability to achieve this.
Continue reading “Year of the Asian Reading Challenge 2019: Sign-Up, Progress Tracker, my tentative TBR (feat. interactive polls + more!)”
Though I’m a HUGE mood reader, I do like participating in reading challenges, and not gonna lie, my lil nerd self loves recording all the books I read for that! However, I want to choose the challenges I pick carefully since I don’t want to abandon it mid-way through, which I did with one or two of these in 2018. I am going to be doing the Goodreads Reading Challenge in 2019, but since that widget isn’t set yet, I will link my Goodreads for reference. I’m going to aim for 100 books, but might aim for higher depending on my schedule? We’ll see.
I also need more Goodreads friends oof.
Continue reading “This Is Gonna Be Very Unpredictable aka my 2019 Reading Challenges Sign Up”