Hello again and welcome back to my blog! Today I am coming to you with my – very late – March TBR. I thought maybe I wouldn’t want to set myself a monthly TBR again, however, I feel very lost without them. I like working towards a goal and setting a monthly TBR helps with that. So I am here again, sharing with you what I plan on reading in March.
Hello everyone and welcome back to my blog! I am so sorry that I haven’t posted anything for nearly a month, but the month of February was super busy at work and I worked loads and loads of overtime. Despite being almost every day the whole day at work, I managed to read quite a decent amount of books, which I am very glad of.
Hello everyone and welcome back to my blog.
Currently it’s the season of bookshelftours, I see them EVERYWHERE on YouTube. Every Booktuber seems to do one, but I never see a bookshelftour on a bookblog. I find this sad, because I love watching bookshelftours. I love to see how other people organize their bookshelves, how they sort their books, according to which criteria (color, genre, author names etc. etc.). This is why I decided to do a bookshelf tour on my blog and I hope that many more people will join in and share their bookshelves on their bookblogs.
Hello everyone and welcome back to my blog. Today am coming to you with my January Wrap Up. January was in general a really good reading month – I had two weeks off work (one week was dedicated to reading, the other to moving to my new apartment :P). Also I took part in the 24in48 January readathon, which was awesome and during which I also got a lot of reading done.
Hello everyone and welcome back to my blog. Today I am sharing with you my February TBR. January is not yet over (I am pre-writing this on January 29th, so yes, a few days to go) but I am already excited for February, for one, because two very exciting books are going to be released (or they were already released in the middle/at the end of January, but shipping took longer to Austria and I’ll get them only in February) and also, because I have great books on my TBR that I am very excited to read.
Yes, February is the shortest month of the year. It has only 28 days, which is almost half a week shorter than a month with 31 days. Am I considering this when planning my TBR? Hell no, because I like a good challenge.
Also, last year I only read 1 book in February. It was my weakest reading month and I still don’t know why. It’s not hard to top this, but I don’t want to make too many promises. A reading slump can come whenever… so well. Whatever, I am rambling again, let’s get into the books I want to read in the short month of February: