It’s October already! This year is already ending and I have a bunch of books I intended to read on 2019
SO on this fine month I’ve decided to make a list of all the books I need to read before the year is over and preferablyn dufring October because I saw the OcTBR thing on twitter and thought it was fun
To make it a bit challenging (and not add the 100+ books I actually have on my TBR I’ve decided to make a Bingo board!
Feel free to use it if you are also trying to catch up to your TBRs
Continue reading “OcTBR Bingo”
It’s Latinx Heritage Month in the US and since they are our
evil orverlords upstairs neighbors I decided to join the Latinx Book Bingo and try to read as many lovely latinx authors as I can possibly fit into my TBR! (they are a lot)
It starts today so I’m invinting all of you to join in with this board::
A lot fo blogger way better prepared than me have made posts recc’ing amazing books for this challenge, like:
Sofia from Bookish Wanderers has 100 books to fit into just one month that fit the bingo one way or another (or if you are simply looking for 100 books to add to your TBR)
Cande from Latinx Magic has specifially chosen one book for each square, her recs are always wonderful and she even made a series reccing latinx authors for specific tropes: Con Amor
Latinxathon is hosted by Jocelyn @ yogi with a book, Andrea @ bookramble, Priscilla @ BookieCharm and Yvette @ BookCave.
The dates are from September 15th to September 24th and there are five prompts;
- VOICES: A book by an Indigenous or Afro-Latinx author
- LATINIDAD: A book by an intersectional Latinx author
- ROOTS: A translated book or a book featuring more than one language
- HERITAGE: A book by an author from a non-Spanish speaking Latin American country or heritage
- LATINXLITTAKEOVER: Group book
You can follow them on twitter
Aliterations are a thing now, apparently (?)
This month has a lot of sequels coming out and I have been waiting for a while.
September will be dedicated to all those fantastic books coming out after other fantastic books and going back to worlds that we know with stories we don’t!
First of all:: I recieved an ARC and I’m already half way through but it’s a sequel and I’ll finish it in September so it totally counts…
Last month I decided to reread a couple of books because of their sequels coming out (an excelent idea since I’m even more hyped for these titles now::
((Fun fact: the prefix “re” in Argentina means “very” so technically rereading a book means reading it very hard))
Do you all know how many sequels are coming on the second half of 2019?? A lot
I’ve decided to dedicate this month to (mostly) re reading books I enjoyed and whose stories I’m getting back into soon so I have all the characters fresh in my mind. Also because the other day I got an irrational urge to reread the entire Green Creek Series and I needed a good excuse to do it.
Continue reading “August’s (Re)Reading Plans”
Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish in June of 2010 and was moved to That Artsy Reader Girl in January of 2018. It was born of a love of lists, a love of books, and a desire to bring bookish friends together.
Books On My
Summer Winter 2019 TBR
Continue reading “TTT·On this hemisphere, we’re freezing”
While I know most of you are celebrating the summer, here in the Southern Hemisphere it’s peak winter and the shortest day of the year. That’s why today I’ll be sharing witchy books on my TBR, the perfect list to read while warped up in blankets or besides the fireplace.
Continue reading “Books to celebrate the Solstice”
First things first:
HAPPY PRIDE TO ALL THE WONDERFUL QUEER PEOPLE OUT THERE
This june I’m only reading books with lgbt+ MAIN characters.
I’m getting out of a massive reading slump so half of my picks are novellas that I can read in one day but they are all great and you should check them out! Continue reading “2019 Pride TBR”
Yes, I know I sort-of did something similar with the TopTenTuesday on books of places I’m gonna visit BUT this time I’ve actually gone to these places.
When I was walking all around the British Isles I was half admiring the scenery and half thinking of all the stories that could take place in the places I was staying at. For example, Edinburgh was so obviously adapted into Harry Potter that I could imagine kids with robes and wands running around. The countryside in Ireland is so green and full of nature that I could clearly see where all the stories about fairies came from, not to mention the actual history of the places. So while I was there I started asking for recs but mostly I searched on goodreads and other blogs for stories taking place on the UK and Ireland.
Here are the books I want to read to revisit all those places! Continue reading “Books inspired by places I visited”
It’s Black History Month in the US and since there’s nothing like that in my country I’ve decided to take this opportunity to share with you all the books by black authors that I have on my TBR.
Since they are directly from MY list, it’s mostly YA fantasy or contemporary and all of them have pretty covers!
Continue reading “Black History Month TBR”
As you may or may not know. this year I want to finally read all the books I already own (apart from those that I have preordered) and for this reason I decided to join a challenge!
Any genre, any format, any length.
Any book published in 2018 or earlier is fair game.
Re-reads count. And you don’t have to own the book!
It’s exactly what I wanted to do! and (for me) it’s always easier to do things when you have a community to share with. They have a bingo card to check special kinds of books::
I’ve already read a few books this year and one of them happens to have been a christmas present so I’m ticking it off!
They also have a mini-challenge where you can join a Hogwarts house and win points to compete against other houses! I love a good rivalry
Continue reading “Let’s do it!”