End of the Year Book Tag: 2019
I came across this book tag at Lauren @NorthernPlunder‘s blog and have seen a couple of other fabulous book bloggers take part, so I decided to hop on the train too!
The end of the year is fast approaching. Too fast…wayyyy too fast….I can’t believe that A Novel Idea was started 9 months ago; that a year ago I didn’t run a book blog and wasn’t part of such an amazing community!
What did I even do last year? I honestly can’t remember what it’s like to not run a blog nor what I did with my time. Book blogging has filled a spot in my life that I didn’t know needed to be filled.
Before we move forward, I wanted to take a time to remind you lovely readers that Bookending Winter 2019 is in 13 days! The announcement post is up on Clo @ Bookdragons‘s site, Bookending Winter 2019 Announcement. Be sure to sign up and prepare to be a part of such an amazing bookish event!
Whether you are new to the book community or a veteran, I highly recommend participating! It connects you to new and exciting book blogs; not to mention, you can meet wonderful bookish people!
Are there any books you started in this year that you need to finish?
Thankfully it’s not many… *Looks at the pile of unread books instead and sweats*
Do you have an autumnal book to transition to the end of the year?
I am more of a mood reader/emotional reader than a seasonal reader. I follow my book heart anywhere it leads me.
Is there a new release that you’re still waiting for?
Crescent City by Sarah J Maas is the only book I’m anticipating at the moment.
QON came out today and has been ordered.
What are three books that you want to read before the end of the year?
Is there still a book that you think could still shock you and become your favourite?
I’m halfway through Wicked Saints by Emily A. Duncan and it’s so good…I have a feeling it will be added to my favorites soon. There’s something about the tone that tells me there will be an unexpected twist at the end and I’m all for having my emotions played with 😀
Have you already made reading plans for 2020?
Not really. On New Years, I usually set my goal for the good reads reading challenge. This year I set it low because I began to notice that I was starting to read more for beating the goal I’d set for myself rather than enjoyment.
How’s your end of year coming along? Still have any books left to read? Let me know in the comments below or drop the link to you post! I would love to read your answers!