A new month, means a new topic and this month's topic is entirely inspired by Viper by Bex Hogan. I own the book, but I haven't read it yet. I think I started when I bought it but I need to read it. All the posts this month might inspire me to pick it up again.
I hope that you've all had a good week. Things have been a bit up and down this week so when I remembered that this week's #SixForSunday post was blue and green books I decided to go with just the blue but to include some books (or blurbs of books) that really make me smile.
I love to travel!
I am constantly dreaming of all the places I'll go to and book help me make that list ever longer. Here are a few of my travel books.
This week's topic was books that have made me cry but I'm not a huge crier and I'm not really feeling the list so I came up with another. Series I've started and not yet finished.
This week's topic is books that made me feel. What I am meant to be feeling, I'm not sure. But I've selected a few books that give me some … feelings.
I've been pondering how to complete this week's #SixForSunday. I've done favourite author lists and favourite books lists and favourite character lists so many times before so I wanted to do something different. The prompt was an or, or, or situation but I am going combine all three into … something.
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 know that I have already done an anticipated reads for 2021 list but there are always more so I hope to delight you, this fine Sunday morning, with even more books to add to your TBR.
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.
I've had so much fun with the #S4S posts that we've been doing each month. Scouring my shelves at trying to decide whether a book is more summery or spring-y (is that a word? What is the word to describe how like spring something is?)