It’s that time of the month! Time to introduce some of the books I plan to read in the month of May.
Truth be told, April was not a very good reading month for me. It wasn’t a very good blogging month for me either, as you can probably tell by my lack of posts over the last few weeks. I only finished one book from my April TBR, which means I only posted one Friday book review on my blog. Kind of disappointing, but I’m excited to start a new month. I’m feeling optimistic and newly energized to focus on my goals!
I don’t know if I’ll actually get to all of the books I’ve picked for May (the third trimester of pregnancy has been hectic!) but I’m going to try my best, as usual.
Today, I’m going to share the books I plan to read in the month of April! Even though we’re nearly half way through the month and I’ve even already finished reading the first book on this list, I thought it would still be nice to set some concrete reading goals for the month and share them here. So let’s take a look at all of the books I’ve picked out for April!
Today’s post will be a quick look at my TBR for March! In case some of you have never heard the term “TBR” before, let me explain. TBR stands for “To Be Read,” which is a list of books that you plan to read in the near future. I have chosen a whopping 8 books to read for March! But don’t worry, it won’t be quite as challenging an undertaking as it seems.
For 2021, one of my goals was to read 36 books… and I failed. So I made the same goal for 2022 and I want to make sure that I reach my goal this year. But it’s already late February, and I’ve only read two books so far! At this rate, I will not be able to read all 36 books by the end the year. So I’m implementing some new strategies to help me in my mission!
Today, I’m sharing every single book that I read in 2021! Even though I didn’t complete my reading goal last year, I still think I had a pretty good reading year since I was able to try out new genres and authors, and generally had fun with what I read.
In this post, I’ll be breaking down the books by my ratings, stats, and discussing my favorites!
In 2019, I made a goal for myself to read 12 books over the course of the year. For some, this may seem like a rather low bar, just one book a month. But it’s been so long since I’ve read consistently, so I wanted to start off slow. I was worried I wouldn’t make it, but in the fall I signed up for a library card at my local library and my motivation to read was reignited. I found new ways to incorporate reading into my daily life and I was able to meet my goal, right at the end of December with just a few days left to spare. Read on to find out what I read in 2019!