I have started this post but I still have absolutely no idea what I am going to write. What are my bookish hates? I have no idea, but I better have an idea soon because otherwise this would be a very short post.
I hope that you are all having a great Tuesday. Today is another look back at 2020 and all the books that I mean to read and I never did. There are a lot that I wanted to read, but I have managed to get it down to just ten … for now.
I don't normally do resolutions because there is not usually any achievement, or any end goal for my resolution or the change I want to make. But this year I'm trying to make it different. I'm trying to have rewards for achieving my goals to make myself more likely to achieve them.
It's been a while since I last did SixForSunday, which is a weekly bookmeme created by Steph over on A Little But A Lot. She has put up an entire list for January, but there is a lot of cross over between the other weekly things that I already had planned, so I'm going to go back and choose some one that I've missed from last year.
I really enjoyed this book. It was sweet and romantic and everything I love about this genre, but I was very if-y on the beginning.
WWW Wednesday sees its 30th post here on Bookworms Anonymous, which I didn't think I would see in a million years because, and lets be honest, I am not a fast reader and I have gone a month without finishing a book and this part of my blog won't get updated for extended periods of time.
But let me tell you something ... I've finished a book!
This is the first blog tour review of many over the next five days and as organised as I promised I would be … I'm really not. I finished this book at half past ten last night in some attempt to have this review ready for today.
Now I could be boring you with the same post that I wrote last week because, while I've made plenty of progress on the books that I'm reading, I haven't finished any of them. I don't think I want to bore you with books I haven't finished so I'm going to talk about what I've been watching instead.
I like the topics that we have this month for #SixForSunday, but I am honestly wracking my brain for good answers. I hope you like whatever I put in the end.