Hello, hello everyone! I’m here with yet another look at my TBR. I really wish I did this more often but my Goodreads TBR is actually quite small. I rarely ever put books under the ‘To Be Read” category. Mostly I just let it be until one day I pick up a book and put it as “Currently Reading”. This means that most of the books I want to read aren’t written down on some list. Unless it’s a book that I find very cool and that I’ll probably forget if I don’t mark it. Still, the few books that are on my TBR still need to get decluttered as most were added when I first started Goodreads and had a crazy need to add every book I ever saw to my TBR.
So, let’s get to it!
Down the TBR Hole is a weekly meme hosted by Lia @Lost in a Story. This meme is meant to unclutter your TBR pile, going through each book and choosing which one should go.
Here is how it works:
- Go to your Goodreads to-read shelf.
- Order on ascending date added.
- Take the first 5 (or 10 if you’re feeling adventurous) books
- Read the synopses of the books
- Decide: keep it or should it go?
All the other times I’ve done this I’ve chosen seven books so for the sake of consistency, here are my seven!
Hello, hello! This is going to be a quick and somewhat random post because I just saw this and I needed to tell someone. Julie Kagawa, one of my favorite authors, the writer of one of my all-time favorites, The Iron Fey, is writing a new book!
Books I Didn’t Get to In 2017
This week’s topic is one that I technically already sort of covered in my 2018 TBR post about a week ago. But, since there were a lot of books I didn’t get to in 2017, I figured I would add a new set here for this Top 5 Wednesday. So, let’s get to it!
Hello, hello! I hope y’all are having a great day as I bring you all the very first movie review up on my blog. Despite having watched many book to movie adaptations in the past year, this is the first movie review I do on this blog, so bear with me.
A thing that you all should know about me is that I love movies. I was even a film major for almost two semesters.
While reading I base my final rating of a book on my sheer enjoyment of the book. If I liked the book, I may give it a high rating, even if I also point out all of its flaws (for example, Twilight).
With movies, I tend to be much more critical and am constantly finding plot holes and inconsistencies and just plainly pointing out all the stupid, nonsensical things that films try to get us to overlook. Basically, if you love a movie, maybe don’t watch it with me, because I have a tendency to completely tear movies apart.
That said, let’s get on with this review.
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