How is everybody? I’m having a bit of a problem with wordpress, so I hope you will actually get to see this post. If not, then I don’t actually know why I’m writing this. Anyway.
It’s September and the last half of August was already pretty rainy, so I don’t know what to expect of this month weatherwise. I feel like autumn came already early which is not a bad thing per se but still, it would be nice to be able to trust in the seasons, you know?
Anyway, anyway. Here come my goals for September.
🦊 Read more arcs.
I really have too many and I want to get at least a few one off the list. I mean, I really have requested too many. Fell right into that hole. But I am attempting to dig myself out, so I hope it’s gonna be okay.
🦊 Write at least four reviews.
I mean, blogtours are coming up anyway. But even with those, I still want to write reviews because this is a bookblog, thank you very much.
🦊 Write some kick-butt blogposts.
One or two would be enough for me, but I don’t know how many I will manage. I still don’t know how you guys do it with the discussion posts. And the creativity. And the reading. And the reviewing. Seriously, I have had my blog for six or seven years now and still feel like a noob.
🦊 Read at least one non-fiction book.
I need to broaden my horizons. I have a few non-fiction books at home and I think it would be good to read one or two of them. For this goal, I will just say, I will read one but hey, the sky is the limit, right?
The Possibility Pile
🦊 How to cheat a Dragon’s curse by Cressida Cowell.
🦊 Skyborn – Sparrow rising by Jessica Khoury.
🦊 For the wolf by Hannah F. Whitten.
🦊 The sun is also a star by Nicola Yoon.
🦊 Ghost Girl by Ally Malinenko.
🦊 Mistle End – Die Jagd beginnt by Benedict Mirow.
What do you think about my selection? Do you know any books of my pile?
I need to post my monthly goals too, maybe I’ll be more motivated to reach them. LOL. goodluck on doing all these Marion and happy reading. 💖
I’m not sure what WordPress is doing, but I can see this post at least. So I call that a win! 🙂
I agree about wanting to read more non-fiction. I have a lot of books that I want to read and learn about the subject, but I have been procrastinating them lately.
How to Train Your Dragon was such an excellent audiobook – David Tennant narrates and he is, predictable, excellent.
I am gearing up for NonFiction November – Have you ever participated? The bloggers that run it are absolutely amazing and they have me reading nonfiction all year long. If you are looking for inspiration check out https://whatsnonfiction.com.
That’s a great looking possibility pile! I hope you manage to meet your goals. I hardly read none-fiction either. Sometimes I tell myself I will try more but then I never do haha