A new year means new beginnings, right? as well as new resolutions. So this year for me it means actively working my way down on all the books I have stocked in my TBR list, therefore this year my monthly list will be full of books I haven’t managed to read, as well as some New Releases.
Also, due to lack of time and me starting in a new position at my job, well…, the monthly book lists will be shorter than in the past, but hopefully this will also mean that more book reviews will make their way into the blog! So… there’s that.
Anyhow, without further ado, here’s my January TBR for 2019!
Christmas is here! Well… according to stores in my country, and Netflix. Christmas has been here pretty much since late October/early November, but as someone who likes to celebrate Christmas on Christmas, and gives their time to Halloween and Día de Muertos, yeah, Christmas is just arriving.
Therefore once again I have a list of books I’m hoping I’ll be able to read before the year ends somewhen between all the work I have to do, the visiting family thing, making dinner, baking cookies, receiving guests at home, etc.
But since I’m nothing if not hopeful, and maybe a little ambitious here’s my December TBR list, all of it, winter or Christmas related!
Take out the bats, pumpkins, black cats and all of the candy! ‘Cause Halloween is pretty much here! And since last year I couldn’t make my TBR list, this year I decided to go full on and read as many books as possible.
So this month is all about monsters and things that bump in the night, with one exception which though not about monsters is kind of relevant to October’s celebrations.
Anyhow, without furder ado, here are my picks for this month’s monstrous read:
So, I totally missed the August TBR list, which doesn’t mean I didn’t read plenty of books, just that I didn’t have time to write about it; but now that I seem to have a little more time I´m back with my September list.
And since in my country this month is pretty much about going back to school, well… I decided it was the perfect time to read the books I have that have something to do with it, so…. here we are:
I had a list! I swear I had a list! I have, in fact, all my 2018 TBR lists per month done! I mean sure before posting said lists sometimes I have to tweak a couple of things here and there -especially when it turns out, the books I wanted to read that month haven´t been released yet-, but for the most part it´s pretty much done!, so… what happened to the May TBR list? Well…
So… I´m still one book behind my March TBR list, but April is already here, therefore though I haven´t finished Into The Water yet, here I am once again with my book list of the month.
This time around since in my country we celebrate children´s day this month and they tell me that apparently in the United States they celebrate siblings they this month… well my April TBR list is all about kids and siblings, so… here we go!
So… once again I´m a little late with my TBR list for March, as well as my February book reviews -and I was doing so well!-, but in my defense, well… I got nothing, I mean sure, I´ve been a little busy but in reality, I´ve just been catching up on some series and animes.
Anyhow, back to the list, since in March we basically celebrate the International Woman´s Day, Water Day and Poetry Day?; and I usually like to have a theme, it shouldn´t be a surprise that I tried to find books related in some way to this celebrations.
Love, love, love! February is finally here! and there´s no bigger sign than all the hearts, chocolates and flowers being sell everywhere!
I´m usually not a fan of Valentine´s Day, but this year I´m trying new things -like baking Valentines Day cookies! I´ll try to post about it-, and last year I enjoyed the books I chose to read so… why not give it another go, right?
Anyhow, that´s why this month´s books are all about love and friendship, so… without anything else to say here we go!
I know, I know, it´s late, but in my defense, I did make some post before the year began, and I´m almost finished with my first pick of the year so…
Anyhow, this time last year, I made my book list of the month to start the year on a good -or at least interesting- note, and this time around is no different, except that I´m hoping to start it with optimism. Which is why my January picks are all about winter wonder, magic, and fluffy feelings -with maybe an exception-.