Books I Plan to Read in September, ft. Raybearer, You Deserve Each Other, & More!

I’m posting something low-effort because school is killing me, look away.

I’m sure you’ve had enough of me complaining about school, so I’ll spare you the excuses! Today I’m just gonna list a few books I plan to read in the rest of September. I am 0% certain that I’ll manage to finish all of these before the month ends, but a girl can dream. (Also, I need to step up my reading game because The Starless Sea put me behind on my reading challenge. 🙃 I’m sure you’re judging me for not just lowering it but I’m too competitive for that okay.)

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The Stuck at Home Book Tag // Basically my Pride Month TBR + Some LGBT Book Recs!

Today’s post wasn’t supposed to be a tag…

But since all the posts I wanted to publish before this one were taking too much time to write, here we are. I’m really excited to do this tag though!! I’m pretty sure most of us are now used to the Quarantine Life, so what better way to celebrate our assimilation than with a quarantine-themed book tag? Thank you so much to Rhi @ Marshmallow Harmonies for tagging me!! She has an amazing blog aesthetic, gives great book recommendations, and is super friendly—please go follow her. 🥺

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My (Late) April TBR + Mini Life Update!! // Books You’ll Probably Yell at Me to Read & Taking my O.W.L.s

Yes, I’m aware that we’re more than a week into April already.

But I have the ambitious goal of reading 20 books in April, and so far I’ve only read four. So here’s hoping that this post motivates me to read 16 more books this month! (Imagine how embarrassing it will be if I don’t read at least half of these books…)

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Seven Books that I Desperately Need to Read in 2020

Don’t mind me, just crying about the state of my never-ending TBR instead of actually reading.

As the new year dawns on us, I truly do hope to make a sizable dent in my to-be-read pile. I know that almost everyone says that at the beginning of the year, only to add even more books to their TBR, but in 2020, I’m trying to be serious about cutting my TBR down. And to hold myself accountable, I’m gonna be mentioning seven books that I absolutely, absolutely have to read in 2020. If I don’t get to them next year, feel free to punch me through your screen.

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Discussion: How Do You Choose the Books on Your TBR?

We book lovers always complain about our never-ending TBRs (to-be-reads) that we’ll probably never cut down to a sizable amount. I’ve always considered myself to be pickier than most when choosing what books I want to add on Goodreads, download an ebook of, purchase for myself, or add to my TBR. But if I were to estimate, my entire TBR—virtual and physical—would be around 150 books give or take.

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