October Wrap-Up and November Reading Goals

In order to help myself tackle more review books, both print and digital, once a month I will be posting a list of books that I hope to read during that month.  I work more efficiently when I have a game plan, so hopefully these monthly posts will keep me focused on my goal of reading and reviewing more books, and will make my TBR not seem so intimidating.  By breaking away chunks of the TBR mountain, I can better manage my reading. In theory, anyway!

While October wasn’t stellar, I did make it through 14 books.  I was doing great until the last week, when I re-discovered Bejeweled 2 on my Kindle Fire.  What a time suck!  I plan on a little less gem manipulation this month, and little more page turning.

Here are some books I hope to get through in November.    What’s on your reading list?

The Boss’s Fake Fiancée by Inara Scott

Blades of Winter by G T Almasi

In a Fix by Linda Grimes

Binky Takes Charge by Ashley Spires   (I love Binky!)

Body & Soul by Stacey Kade

Pushing the Limits by Katie McGarry

When You Wish Upon A Duke by Isabella Bradford

Blackwood by Gwenda Bond

Rescue My Heart by Jill Shalvis

Library Wars Vol 7 by Kiiro Yumi

This is Not a Test by Courtney Summers

Storm by Brigid Kemmerer

The Marriage Mistake by Jennifer Probst

Undeadly by Michele Vail

A Royal Pain by Megan Mulry

The King’s Damsel by Kate Emerson

 

Katya’s World by Jonathan L Howard

Conjure by Lea Nolan

Jane by Robin Maxwell

The Dark Unwinding by Stella Cameron

What’s on your reading list for November?

Ready! Set! READ!!

September Wrap-up and October Reading Goals

In order to help myself tackle more review books, both print and digital, once a month I will be posting a list of books that I hope to read during that month.  I work more efficiently when I have a game plan, so hopefully these monthly posts will keep me focused on my goal of reading and reviewing more books, and will make my TBR not seem so intimidating.  By breaking away chunks of the TBR mountain, I can better manage my reading. In theory, anyway!

I had one of the worst months in terms of reading in September.  I only managed to squeeze in 11 books.  That is pathetic!  My weekends have been hectic due to RL, the well fiasco at the start of the month cut into my enthusiasm for anything, and I have been working longer hours, gearing up for end of year processing.  Let’s see how many I can power through in October!  I’ll be on vacation the second week, and I am hoping to spend some quality time with my Kindle Fire.

Here are some books I hope to get through in October.    What’s on your reading list?

The Assassin’s Curse by Cassandra Rose Clarke

Blades of Winter by G T Almasi

In a Fix by Linda Grimes

Wild Encounter by Nikki Logan

Body & Soul by Stacey Kade

Pushing the Limits by Katie McGarry

When You Wish Upon A Duke by Isabella Bradford

Blackwood by Gwenda Bond

Venom by Fiona Paul

Library Wars Vol 7 by Kiiro Yumi

This is Not a Test by Courtney Summers

Storm by Brigid Kemmerer

Because of You by Jessica Scott

Jiu Jiu Vol 1 by Touya Tobina

From the Ashes by Adrien-Luc Sanders

The King’s Damsel by Kate Emerson

 

Hell on Wheels by Julie Ann Walker

Conjure by Lea Nolan

Jane by Robin Maxwell

The Dark Unwinding by Stella Cameron

What’s on your reading list for September?

Ready! Set! READ!!

August Reading Goals and July Wrap-up

In order to help myself tackle more review books, both print and digital, once a month I will be posting a list of books that I hope to read during that month.  I work more efficiently when I have a game plan, so hopefully these monthly posts will keep me focused on my goal of reading and reviewing more books, and will make my TBR not seem so intimidating.  By breaking away chunks of the TBR mountain, I can better manage my reading. In theory, anyway!

While I was able to get back into a reading groove, I completely veered off course with the planned reading schedule.  I read 18 books (34 pages away from 19!), but only 3 of them were from my July list.  My favorite read of July 2012 was Black Heart by Holly Black (review).  If you haven’t read her Curse Workers series, give it a shot.

I upped the stakes for August! I have a huge reading list, in a mix of genres – let’s see how many I can squeeze in!

Can’t Hurry Love by Molly O’Keefe

Blades of Winter by G T Almasi

In a Fix by Linda Grimes

The Short and Fascinating Tale of Angelina Whitcombe by Sabrina Darby

Body & Soul by Stacey Kade

Pushing the Limits by Katie McGarry

When You Wish Upon A Duke by Isabella Bradford

Blackwood by Gwenda Bond

The Forgetting Curve by Angie Smibert

Library Wars Vol 7 by Kiiro Yumi

This is Not a Test by Courtney Summers

Storm by Brigid Kemmerer

Scandal’s Mistress by Bronwyn Stuart

Jiu Jiu Vol 1 by Touya Tobina

Beautiful Lies by Jissica Warman

The Drops of God vol 1 by  Tadashi Agi & Shu Okimoto

Hell on Wheels by Julie Ann Walker

The Night Is Mine by M L Buchman

Shift by Kim Curran

Seducing Cinderella by Gina L Maxwell

Chase Me by Tamara Hogan

Most Improper Miss Sophie Valentine by Jayne Fresina

Lady Amelia’s Mess and a Half  by Samantha Grace

The Hunt by Andrew Fukuda

What’s on your reading list for August?

Ready! Set! READ!!

July Reading Goals and June Wrap-up

In order to help myself tackle more review books, both print and digital, once a month I will be posting a list of books that I hope to read during that month.  I work more efficiently when I have a game plan, so hopefully these monthly posts will keep me focused on my goal of reading and reviewing more books, and will make my TBR not seem so intimidating.  By breaking away chunks of the TBR mountain, I can better manage my reading. In theory, anyway!

I only managed to read 12 books in June, and I think my favorite was Burn Mark by Laura Powell.   I am still trying to get my asthma under control, and the medication I’ve been prescribed makes me tired.  Once I start feeling like myself again, I know I’ll be rockin’ out the books again.

I probably will not get through half of these, but I will try my best to clock in more than 12 books for July!

Can’t Hurry Love by Molly O’Keefe

The Marked by Inara Scott

The Taker by Alma Katsu

Last Real Cowboy by Donna Alward

Body & Soul by Stacey Kade

The Seduction of Phaeton Black by Jillian Stone

Horse Camp by Nicole Lea Helget

Rodeo Rebel by Debra Kayn

The Forgetting Curve by Angie Smibert

Library Wars Vol 7 by Kiiro Yumi

This is Not a Test by Courtney Summers

Storm by Brigid Kemmerer

Wreck of the Nebula Dream by Veronica Scott

Jiu Jiu Vol 1 by Touya Tobina

The Last Princess by Galaxy Craze

The Drops of God vol 1 by  Tadashi Agi & Shu Okimoto

Chase Me by Tamara Hogan

Most Improper Miss Sophie Valentine by Jayne Fresina

Lady Amelia’s Mess and a Half  by Samantha Grace

The Hunt by Andrew Fukuda

What’s on your reading list for July?

Ready! Set! READ!!

May Reading Goals and April Wrap-up

In order to help myself tackle more review books, both print and digital, once a month I will be posting a list of books that I hope to read during that month.  I work more efficiently when I have a game plan, so hopefully these monthly posts will keep me focused on my goal of reading and reviewing more books, and will make my TBR not seem so intimidating.  By breaking away chunks of the TBR mountain, I can better manage my reading. In theory, anyway!

I read 14 books in April, a total that is a little disappointing for me.  I did get a lot of the books on my list knocked off, but I was very easily distracted last month, and had several books started that just didn’t hold my interest.  I was also out of the town last weekend, and didn’t get to read much at all.  I have big plans, again, for this month – Let’s see what I can accomplish.

Commercial Breaks: Famous for Thirty Seconds by P G Kain

The Marked by Inara Scott

About Last Night by Ruthie Knox

Last Real Cowboy by Donna Alward

My Fair Concubine by Jeannie Lin

Endure by Carrie Jones

Unbreak My Heat by Melissa Walker

The Midwife of Venice by Roberta Rich

Revived by Cat Patrick

When You Were Mine by Rebecca Serle

Tokyo Heist by Diana Renn

Storm by Brigid Kemmerer

Wreck of the Nebula Dream by Veronica Scott

Hereafter by Tara Hudson

Arise by Tara Hudson

Blood Before Sunrise by Amanda Bonilla

Chase Me by Tamara Hogan

Most Improper Miss Sophie Valentine by Jayne Fresina

Lady Amelia’s Mess and a Half  by Samantha Grace

Monument 14 by Emmy Laybourne

What’s on your reading list for May?

Ready! Set! READ!!

April Reading Goals and March Wrap-up

In order to help myself tackle more review books, both print and digital, once a month I will be posting a list of books that I hope to read during that month.  I work more efficiently when I have a game plan, so hopefully these monthly posts will keep me focused on my goal of reading and reviewing more books, and will make my TBR not seem so intimidating.  By breaking away chunks of the TBR mountain, I can better manage my reading. In theory, anyway!

I read 15 books in March, which is a good total considering all of the distractions that kept popping up.  I have big plans, again, for this month – Let’s see what I can accomplish.

Storybound by Marissa Burt

A Breath of Eyre by Eve Marie Mont

When the Sea is Rising Red by Cat Hellisen

Borrowing Abby Grace by Kelly Green

The Returning by Christine Hinwood

Wicked As They Come by Delilah S Dawson

Born to Darkness by Suzanne Brockman

The Start Up by Sadie Hayes

Scary School by Derek the Ghost

Baby’s First Homecoming by Cathy McDavid

Royal Street by Suzanne Johnson

The Galahad Legacy by Dom Testa

Medusa the Mean by Joan Holub and Suzanne Williams

A Beautiful Evil by Kelly Keaton

Immortal Rules by Julie Kagawa

Weekend Agreement by Barbara Wallace

The Marked by Inara Scott

Holiday Affair by Annie Seaton

Blackmailed by the Italian Billionaire by Nina Croft

I had two Holy Crap This is a Good Book in March – The Song of Achilles by Madeline Miller and The Marriage Bargain by Jennifer Probst

What are you going to read this month?  What was your favorite March read?

 

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