Down the TBR Hole was originally created by Lia @ Lost in a Story
Hey friendies, welcome back to our normal Down the TBR Hole service. Last time, we took a little diversion from the usual format of Down the TBR Hole to use the KonMarie method on my physical book shelves. ICYMI you can find the post here! It turned out to be a super successful way to sort through all of my books and my house (and bookshelves) feel a lot nicer. I’ve also been making some progress on my first Down the TBR Hole deadlines which I’ll be sharing in a progress post soon.
For now though, let’s crack on with our normal service and keep tackling that pesky Goodreads shelf.
How it works:
- Go to your goodreads to-read shelf.
- Order on ascending date added.
- Take the first 5 (or 10 books)
- Read the synopses of the books
- Decide: keep it or should it go?
Continue reading “Down the TBR Hole |#5” →
I got tagged in this Netflix book tag by Kat. A tag that combines both reading and Netflix? How could I say no?!
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I clearly got a little bit too arrogant with my amazing reading progress in January and completely dived this month. In contrast with the 10 books last month, I only finished reading 6 books and DNF’d 2! February over in the UK was LGBT History Month and although I had lots of optimistic TBR goals I barely read any LGBT History Books or attended any events as we had a few unexpected life events happen. Where did the month go?!
Continue reading “Wrap Up | February 2018” →
February is already 7 days in and that means LGBT History Month is upon us. Unlike those of you in the US who are currently celebrating Black History Month, February is LGBT History Month for us (BHM is in October). It’ll no doubt be a little bit confusing for both you and me due to the difference but hopefully you’ll still enjoy my LGBT History Month-inspired posts anyway! In addition to sharing my February TBR with you in this post, I’ll be posting additional blogs throughout this month sharing with you some of my favourite Queer historical figures, Queer books, recommended reads for LGBT History Month and any LGBTHM events I go to!
Continue reading “February TBR | LGBT History Month (UK)” →