Despite the little time I had to read in the past couple of months, I did manage to read five books in the last month and so I thought I would give you a little wrap up. I read none of the books to review them, because I just needed some relaxed reading time and so I am just going to give you the little bits and pieces I wrote on Goodreads when I finished the books.
Oh it really has been a while, but I am back! You may have noticed that I have completely remodelled my blog and the URL is to follow when my plan runs out and I can get a new one. That’s why everything says ‘Jentakular’, except for the URL. Anyway, let’s get to the point. Here is my – provisional – To Read for the month of June. I write provisional, because I cannot guarantee that I will really stick to this list. Life will be more relaxed, as I have a couple of months off before my next semester starts, but there are a lot of other things I have to deal with before that next semester. Either way, I am hoping to read more again, as I have hardly read at all in the past couple of months. So here we go:
1. Do you have a certain place at home for reading?
Usually that is my bed. I would love to have a big comfy armchair, but that’s going to have to wait. So for now I have my bed, and sometimes even my desk.
I am not sure “wrap up” is really the right word for this. Let’s talk about how bad I have been at reading this month and how I eventually realised that I have officially fallen into a reading slump.
All right, here is another wonderful Wednesday with a great topic. I have a couple of authors and books that I feel are underrated. However, this is my personal perception. So I am not always going by amount of Goodreads ratings or reviews, but by me absolutely missing these books in any discussions on BookTube or on Bookish Blogs. Also: This is basically an LGBT+ books recommendations list.
With the end of 2016 and the beginning of 2017, I have been seeing a lot of most-anticipated-releases lists and videos. Yet, I have always felt like I am not knowledgeable enough about new releases to make a similar post. However, then, a couple of days ago I realized that I have been saving books on Goodreads in the past couple of months, which are to be released in 2017. So I guess I do have some knowledge of books that are going to be released and that I am pretty excited about… hence the saving them ahead of time on Goodreads. So here it goes, my personal most anticipated releases of 2017.
Considering my move to Florida and the beginning of my semester abroad, I would say my TBR for January 2017 is really really ambitious. However, I am still excited about all these books and really hope I can get to all of them. Some of them have been carried over from my December 2016 TBR, because I didn’t get to them in December, unfortunately.
I have several categories for these books, which also hopefully will help me get through them this January.
So without further ado, here we go…