So I discovered this tag through MrsNightRead on YouTube yesterday, and I thought it looked like a lot of fun so that’s what we’ll be doing. The tag is originally created by Chapter Barbara, you can find her video here.
I’ve talked about this before, but my inability to stick to reading one book at a time is Tragic™. I just had a look at my Goodreads “currently reading” shelf. This is what it looks like. (To clarify, Six of Crows is there because I’m rereading it.)
We’re already halfway through 2017 so here’s a little reading update from me in the form of the MID-YEAR BOOK FREAK OUT TAG. So far I’ve read 29 out of the 52 books I sat as my reading goal so I’m a few books ahead of schedule. Feels good.
1. Best book you’ve read so far in 2017.
Six of Crows and Crooked Kingdom. I mean, Crooked Kingdom was a little bit better but it’s the whole experience.
Diversity Spotlight Thursday is a weekly meme hosted by Aimal @ Bookshelves & Paperbacks you can find the original post and the rules here. What you have to do is basically just answer the 3 questions below. Today I’m doing the Diversity Spotlight with focus on girls who likes girls. (Also, I’m very aware this is a day late, but in my ddefense I wrote it last night, I just didn’t have the opportunity to post until now.) Anyhow, let’s get into it!
It’s Not Like It’s a Secret by Misa Sugiura
Published by HarperCollins in May, 2017
The first half of this book was actually really good. It wasn’t wow but it was perfectly enjoyable and I thought that it was a cute romance that I could recommend to just about anyone. Then, it wasn’t anymore. Read More »
Diversity Spotlight Thursday is a weekly meme hosted by Aimal @ Bookshelves & Paperbacks you can find the original post and the rules here. What you have to do is basically just answer the 3 questions below. I just discovered this meme a few days ago but I think it’s such a great way to shine some light on diverse books and authors. Anyway, let’s do this!
So this is a tag I’ve been meaning to do for a while, but to be honest I’m still not completely sure I have enough unpopular opinions for a whole post. This is mostly because when I read most popular books when I was younger and completely uncritical of all books I read. Nevertheless, I’m going to try so let’s get into it!