Monthly Goals and the Possibility Pile for September

Posted 02-09-2021 by Marion in Allgemein / 4 Comments

Hey, guys!

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.

Reading/Blogging Goals

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?

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4 responses to “Monthly Goals and the Possibility Pile for September

  1. 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.

  2. 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

  3. Louise

    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

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