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This week topic is the top ten books on your TBR list. This is kind of a recurring topic since it appears every year. I like these kind of themes because they are somewath easier to create a list for and lately I don’t have a lot of time to update m blog so things that require less time always welcome.
On the other hand it’s also a tricky one for me, because I dont create a solid TBR pile beforehand. I always go by my mood at the moment. So my TBR pile is a huge shelf with all of the books I want to read someday. Alas I changed the directive a bit, I choose the 10 books from the upcoming winter releases that I look forward the most, that I already pre-ordered and definitly going to try and read as soon as it comes out.
Top ten tuesday is a weekly post originally hosted by The broke and the bookish.
In the spirit of the nearing Thanksgiving this week topic is about the books I’m thankful for in 2017. I added an extra requirement to this because without that my list would be quite long. So in the end it’s:
Top 10 books I’m thankful I finally read because originally I didn’t plan to read them (2017)
Not all of my chosen ones are 2017 releases; they are just books I already read this year. Continue reading “Top Ten books I’m thankful for in 2017”
Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly post originally hosted by The broke and the Bookish.
For this week the instructions stated to choose 10 books that I want my future children to read. Well since I honestly don’t really think that far ahead I decided to do the top ten books that I want my little sister to read. In my family I’m the only one who reads as hobby, I don’t know when was the last time that my parents or my one of my sister read a book. On the other hand I’m trying to turn my 15 years old little sister into a reader with the help of good book recommendations. So I choose 10 books that I think are beautiful, phenomenal, digestible for a girl her age and some of them even ha some meaningful issues to teach those who read it, not all of them mind you, some only are simply amazing and enjoyable stories.
I didn’t think about these books to much, m goal was to list the first 10 books that came to mind practically without any deep thinking in this category.
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So once again I didn’t get the time to write this post in time so its coming out late. This month I read less book than in september but even I’m surprised that I still read as many as I did since this month I only read befor going to bed because my days were otherwise occupied. Also around the middle of the month I completley forgot the challenge that I put up for myyself. However if I counted it right then I miraculously only up by 1 book in the 2017 pile.
Well what else happened to me this month? I won two giveaways tha is a big thing in itself because before this I won exctley one in my whole life. Then I went to watch the new Thor movie but while it was funny I was a bit dissapointed in it. I caved and bought the new Assassin’s Creed game now insted of for Christmas as I planned. Oh, and I got a job offer as an art director assistant for a movie they shooting in my country which pays extremely well and I couldn’t say no to it but it means that insted of almost two months I got two weeks to finish my thesis because when I’m working I won’t be able to do research and such. Whisch leads to a really stersfull and sleepless period in my life. As for the books I read, here we go:
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