Hello again honeybees! I’ve been incredibly sick for a month now, and while I’m pretty much consigned to my bed for the time being, I don’t have much to do besides read (not that I’m complaining too much). So I thought I’d give you a little insight into what I’ll be reading for the next two weeks, and the last two weeks of 2020.
Quiet by Susan Cain
This is going by pretty slowly as it’s nonfiction and I like to really dive into my nonfiction reads (annotations, outside research, etc) but I am loving this book. I’m only 1/4 of the way through but I hope to get more of it read now that I have more time to devote to it.
Onyx and Opal by Jennifer L. Armentrout
I need about 100 pages left in Onyx (maybe a reread since it’s been a minute) and then I really want to move on to her newer series (see my last post for details on that).
The Naughty List by L.A. Kelley
This is on Kindle Unlimited. I think it’s a fantasy, kinda spicy, Christmas novel and since I’m not really feeling in the spirit this year, I figured I’d try to read more Christmas books to help with that. I’m really hoping I can get to this one.
Crave by Tracy Wolff
I had started reading this in April and after getting majorly disappointed, I DNF’d it. But my friend and fellow blogger Octavia @ The Book Mermaid asked if anyone wanted to do buddy reads with her and I gladly said yes to one for Crave. So far I’m almost 200 pages in and I’m having fun, even if I’m not understanding a lot of this hype.
Usually, this would be an ambitious TBR for two weeks but I truly am incapable of doing much else besides staying in bed and reading, so I think I can finish a lot of these. I’ll keep you updated in my December Wrap Up!
Do you have any end of year reading plans? Are you planning to read any holiday books? Have you completed your reading goal? I’d love to know!
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