We’re almost done with August and my objective of rereading my way through it is halfway done, however I’ve also dedicated a lot of time to ARCs and today I’ll tell you about the ones I’ve read so far,,
ARCs or Advanced Reader Copies are copies provided by the publishers
to reviewers so that we can hype the book before the release date
If you want to get your own ARCs then head over to NetGalley and make an account, it’s the easiest way to get started and most titles are published there. As long as you remember to review most of the books you get approved for, you’ll do great
Back in the beginning of the year I decided to join the challenge of reading all my backlist books… with debatable success. This post is to keep track of all the books I’ve managed to read up until now!
First of all a quick look at my bingo board (both the simple and the extended one) and then the books
..and you don’t know where to start? Today’s your lucky day! Because I just finished a great book inspired by chinese folklore and it inspired me to share some diverse fantasy books I’ve read (or I’ve been meaning to get to) this year
I know most fantasies are centered around european folklore, and there’s nothing really wrong with that (I do love Tolkien) but there’s also so many different cultures in the world with their own fairy tales and myths and all the folklore that most of us know nothing about! So this post is dedicated to those kinds of fantasies
All the covers have a link to the goodreads page so that you can add the book to your TBR with no trouble!
So, this spring/actually fall season I decided to join the Bookish Spring Bingo made by Becca from Pretty Deadly Reviews. I made a tbr and everything but my plans are to never be followed so I ended up changing a few books in there.
Although this last month and a half I’ve been stuck in an extremely annoying slump I did manage to read some books.
Here you have the progress I made during these three months: