It’s the first time I’m writing about a wrap-up, and let’s hope it won’t be the last because I don’t really know what to write in these.
If I refer to goodreads, I read a total of 13 books. Not as good as last month, but I’m happy about my reading month.
I’ve read 8 ebooks (including 4 graphic novels) and 5 books.
The graphic novels are:
-Adventure Time: Marceline and The Scream Queens by Meredith Gran
Volume 1: goodreads | rating: /5
Volume 2: goodreads | rating: /5
Volume 3: goodreads | rating: /5
The other ebooks are:
-Obsession by J.L. Armentrout
-Existence by Abbi Glines
-Shadows by J.L. Armentrout
-The Infinite by Lori M.Lee (e-arc)
The (physical) books are:
-A Thousand Pieces of you by Claudia Gray
– The Young Elites by Marie Lu
-Harry Potter and The Philosopher’s Stone by J.K. Rowling
-Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets by J.K. Rowling
-Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban by J.K. Rowling
goodreads | (review link coming soon!) | rating: /5
I don’t usually plan what I’m going to read, usually; I only choose a book after I’m done with another one or to complete a PopSugar challenge.
But most importantly this month I’m participating in a readathon created by Pavi at For The Love of Fictional Worlds (@_geekythoughts_) and Audri (@bakedbookpages). It will take place from the 6th to the 10th and what you must do is read the maximum books you can during those 5 days. You can participate on instagram using the hashtag #DaysofTBReadathon and there’s also a group on goodreads (here)
My TBR for the #5daysoftbreadathon ! I'm sure I won't even be able to read all of those, but I'll try! The books are: Looking for Alaska, The Scorch Trials, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, Torn, The Sin Eater's Daughter and Persuasion! °°° I have a new blog post about some new stationary items! Link is in the bio ☀
What about you? Do you plan which books you’re going to read or do you just “go with the flow”?