February TBR

Halloween is coming early this year as I start off on spooky books. This month, while selecting books, I sort of just pulled what seemed like interesting titles to me. Things I thought I might want to read. However, I know I won’t read all of these. I also know that I will want to read others.

Thus, this list is extremely tentative. In an attempt to get myself back into the love for reading. I’m opening my entire books shelf up to be picked from. I’m not going to limit myself because otherwise I’ll just sit and want to read something that I can’t because it wasn’t on my list to read.

Most of the time I pick the books I really want to read, and I did pick the ones that interested me, but who knows how much I’ll stick to this list.


December of Dragons (December TBR)

As I mentioned at some point earlier in the year, I decided early on that I would create a book event for myself all about reading books about dragons. I decided early on what books I’d be reading this month. This list is a priority list. Anything that I do not get to I’ll end up reading next year’s December.

This isn’t particularly a challenge, as I have no real prompts for this month outside to read as many books about dragons as I possibly can. (To get dragon-ed out, I suppose. Is it even possible?) I have saved on reading so many great books about dragons this year. I’m not sure you understand how much my heart has wept.

With as many dragon books that there are in this world –trust me. I would know. I’ve checked — this event will be going on a long while. I also don’t plan to actually finish all the series I have listed here. I had hoped to read the Pern novels this time around (I have not), but there are too many other series I need to complete that are going to take the place of those books. The same applies to the Going Down in Flames series.

Next year. Next year.

Either way I have a lot of books to read.

Without further ado, my list for this December of Dragons.


November TBR

Alright, so this list is a bit more manageable than last month. Sort of. Kinda. I fell into a book rut, from how much work I had to do IRL. It did not leave much room for me to read, if we are being serious. As such, I will be sending those books that I didn’t finish, to January. I will also be completing all the series on my TBR shelf for next year. So instead of buying books that are higher on my want to read list, all the books that I have book 1 or book 2 or more, to on my shelf will be the series I aim to complete. I will write more about this when we get closer.


October TBR

Hello! Everyone is is my favorite month! To be honest I have no idea if I will be able to complete all these books this month, considering all that I have planned to do for October. I will do my best. Anything that does not get finished will get moved to November, and at worst next year. This month I need to reevaluate my reading challenges and see where I am with all of them. I don’t think I am so far off completion for many of them, but I can’t be completely sure.


Top Ten Tuesday: Fall TBR

You know what today is? Tuesday! You know what that means? Top Ten Tuesday! (Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish in June of 2010 and was moved to That Artsy Reader Girl in January of 2018.) 

Topic: ‘September 24: Books On My Fall 2019 TBR’

I actually had next week’s post all line up to go and completed when I realized it was for the next week. I suppose I got over excited for next week’s theme. This week is a bit harder but I think I can do it. I know that Fall is typically for the spooky stuff, but IDK if I’m going to read many spooky things. I have a lot of other plans, really.

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NEWT Reading List (August TBR)

Here we are everyone! NEWTs List, and it has been a long time in the running, let me tell you. As a note about this extensive list, I think I may be adding a “I might read this too list” later on in the month depending on my reading speed for these. Also, I’m cheating. That’s right. I’m going to say it. I’m cheating for this bookathon. I’ll explain in a moment…

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July TBR

Happy July everyone. We are half way through 2019, and I am at 72 books read this year alone. It’s a lot, wow. I actually have a lot of TBR and to reread books, mostly because I have a lot of first two or three novels in a series, but I never finished it. I think that, as a goal moving on through the rest of this year, I’m going to actively work towards finishing the book series I own (finally) and finishing those reviews. Or at least after August and not December. August is for NEWTs and December is for dragons after all.