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I know I said I was going to start book blogging on Readarella again; but I didn’t really have a MMM topic to think about this week. And I’m feeling super behind on my October TBR (which I still haven’t even finished that blog post yet either) so I figured this would push me to read more this week. My October Challenge is what usually introduces me to my next favorite book or series and after the last few years lacking in reading I’m really hoping this year I can try to build it all back up.
My TBR is never ending as it is, so why did I rejoin NetGalley and request books for review? Cause I’m clearly on some bullshit lol. Maybe running from demons I can’t identify at the moment. A sure way to tell is compulsive shopping or taking on another 5 projects.
But I also seem to always push myself the hardest in Fall/October. And without being able to decorate for Fall how I want to because of the move and replacing things I guess I decided to just jump into more projects.
That’s anxiety for you; half the time you don’t know what the hell you’re doing, your soul is just doing its own thing and you’re like “oh ok, I guess this is what we’re doing this week,”
This week I’m trying to work through a few books;
Continue reading “It’s Monday, What Are You Reading?”
I stumbled on this challenge while watching an OwlcrateJR YouTube video for the month of March where they talked about the middle grade titles they hoped to read in March and I thought it was an awesome idea to join in. My TBR is overflowing with middle grade titles I have yet to get around to!
Some of the titles will be from OwlcrateJR, and others will be ones that I’ve been meaning to get around to. I don’t exactly hope to read all of these titles, but at least half would be ideal!
The Midnight Hour, The Twelve and The Unmapped Chronicles are OwlcrateJR titles I really want to get around to. Finding Serendipity has been sitting on my TBR for the last 5 years, so I think it’s about time to read it lol! And The Dreadful Tale or Prosper Redding sounds so interesting but I heard it’s kinda creepy!
A few Kindle reads I hope to get to; Breadcrumbs is a re-read but it’s one of my favs!
On Audible I’m aiming for The Land of Stories and An Enchantment of Ravens is one I really wanna get to! Does anyone else worry they’ll get lost while listening to an audiobook? I always worry about that but I really wanna get some of my Audible TBR done and I figured this would be the perfect chance to do just that!
Are you participating in Middle Grade March? What are some titles you hope to tackle?
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