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October TBR [Blogtober]

I haven’t been sticking to a TBR recently because I have been trying to get through the massive amount of NetGalley books I’ve accumulated. I’m currently down to 14 I need to read with 12 pending. I do not plan to go on a requesting binge again because it almost drove me to a massive slump. My TBR can change. So this is a tentative TBR for this month.

The first two books on my TBR are for sure since these are the ones I’m currently read. They are:

The Young Elites has been on my TBR for years. Something told me to read it finally. The supernatural power thing definitely seems like an October feels thing. I am liking this book so far. I have liked everything I’ve read by Marie Lu.

This is a thriller I picked up from kindle Unlimited. I need a break from romance for a bit so this was in the popular section. I just started it, but I’m curious to see how Jessica Shaw is going to handle the situation of finding out she was a missing child and the story behind what happened. I have a feeling I am going to really like this one.

Here are a few more books I want to read this month (hopefully):

Started this last month, need to actually finish it.

This just seems like a fitting October read.

Since I’m reading the first one… makes sense to read the second.

Of course I need to know how it all ends.

Cats. Enough said.

I love my cats. Here they are:

Daisy.
Buddy.

These are some books I hope to read this month. At least I want to try and stick to some type of list. I’m also going to be reading NetGalley books, but I think most of them come out next month (I could be wrong). There will also be more kindle Unlimited books in the mix. I’m really unsure.

If you are doing Blogtober, I’m excited to see the posts and TBRs. It’s cool to be doing an event like this. I wanted to do a readathon… and I’ll possibly be doing Trope-athon at the end of the month. Readathons usually make me nervous, but I am weighing towards actually doing it so be on the look out on a TBR for that soon.

Until I rant about books again,

Blogtober [31 Days of Blogging?!]

I’m still new to blogging. So this sounds rather daunting. Currently I’m a stay at home to a six month old. Here we are below:

I’m a big believer in privacy for my baby. Hence covered face. But he’s cute, I swear.
Month long challenge. Are you ready?

So I’ve decided doing a book blog was going to be my thing. Along with being like a super kick ass mom like Beverly from The Goldbergs. When I heard about Blogtober today, I thought it would be awesome. The creator of the idea has the prompts here.

Below are the prompts for the month. I’m pretty darn excited. It helps me stay consistent and plan ahead, which is fabulous.

Let me know if you’re going to be doing #blogtober as well. I love supporting fellow bloggers and adding more people to my reading list. Happy Autumn! Here’s to the start of a great month of blogging.

Until I rant about books again,

Top Ten Tuesday [Books with Numbers in the Title]

Top Ten Tuesday was started way back in June 2010 by The Broke and The Bookish because of a love of lists and books. In January 2018 it was taken over by That Artsy Reader Girl. Jana assigns each Tuesday a different topic for discussion, she has a scheduled lists of topics on her blog.

So I’m just going to do this like the rapid fire book tag and list the books I can think of with numbers in the title. I may come up with a lot, I may come up with just a few. Either way, it’s fun to do these posts and see what everyone comes up with.

  • 1984… that’s a lot of numbers and a really good book. In the current social climate, it’s definitely a relevant read. Highly suggest this book if you haven’t read it yet.
  • Six of Crows… one of my favorite YA series, no doubt. I think everyone should read it. No mourners, no funerals.
  • One Day… I have read the book, but I don’t recall it. I know I liked the movie though.
  • The Ten Thousand Doors of January… this is a book everyone seems to be talking about. I don’t know anything about it in the least. It’s the last one I could think of with numbers.

So, I’m not really good at this week’s post, but it’s still a ton of fun! If you’re doing this, I would love to see what number titles you come up with.

Until I rant about books again,