Bout of Books 17 {TBR}

Bout of Books

Participant 228~ Ner @A Cup of Coffee & a Book

Happy Sunday everyone!!

Today I’m bringing you my Bout of Books 17 TBR – all the books I’m planning on reading during this next week’s read-a-thon – the read-a-thon kicks-off tomorrow and you still have time to sign-up if you want (just click on the button above :D).

I’ve decided not to try to be too ambitious with my list since I always end up not reading all of the books I challenged myself. So, this time, I picked up only four books; one of them is to actually finish and other is a re-read.

So, let’s see what I have decided to read for this next week:

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All page numbers are according to Goodreads – they might actually vary with the book itself (since apart from Throne of Glass, they’re all earcs from NetGalley!)! As for Labyrinth Lost, I’m not entirely sure how many pages I have left but on Day 1 progress (tomorrow!) I’ll let you know 😉

I’m still not sure if I’m going to be able to participate in all challenges since I really want to mostly read and not spend all my days updating my progress. But it’ll depend on the challenge and how much I have read. We’ll see how that goes 😉

For everyone participating or not, good luck with your reading ^_^

Ner

 

TBR | July

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HAPPY 4TH OF JULY MY FELLOW AMERICANS FRIENDS!!!

Alright, another month is beginning (or is already underway hehe xD) and with it a brand new TBR!!

So far I’ve been quite good at keeping up with my list, never once straying from it. I’m really excited to show you all the awesome books I’m planning to read during this month of hot weather (depending on which side of the hemisphere you live) and vacations.

Check out the books I’m planning on reading this month:

TBR | July:

What about you? What are your reading plans for this month? 

Ner

TBR | June

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So, June is here, apparently! And I’m so glad that my pseudo-reading-slump is slowly fading!

As you guys have probably noticed, this year so far has been terrible when it comes to reading. I changed my Goodreads Challenge to only 35 books because I am so behind schedule!

So, here it is, the five books I’m planning to read during the month of June! Check them out:

TBR | June

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What about you? What are your reading plans for this month? 

Ner

TBR | April

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So, we’re in April now… seriously?! But the year just started and we’re already in April?! Come on time… stop flying like this. Ain’t nobody got time to do anything like this!!

Anyway… first of all, I’m not going to do a March wrap-up since I didn’t read anything *sighs* Maybe this new month will be different since I have a TBR planned and really want to go through with it.

Secondly… I need to share it with you… MALEC!!! Did you guys see MALEC kiss on Shadowhunters?! Wasn’t it beautiful, perfect, sexy as hell (seriously, I found it sexy) and simply amazing?! I’m still fangirling even after all these days! MALEC and Simon are pretty much the only thing that is making me watch the series so this was something quite of an accomplishment!! I mean, look at that (WARNING: don’t see the gif if you haven’t seen the episode and/or have heart problems!)

Okay.. I’m good *continues to internally freak out*

So, here’s my planned TBR for the month of April:

TBR | April

As you can see, I’m so in a Mortal Instruments moment!! As you know, I haven’t read the series yet but I am currently buying all the books so I can finally become a Shadowhunter. I’ll be buying one/two books a month! Yep, that is definitely happening! And I have to thank that kiss for that hehe ;P

And I’ll be extremely happy if I can read both my Uni books and The Inquisition (which will be released next month and I want to review it before the launch). We’ll see how that goes but do pray for me, please!

What about you? What are your reading plans for this month? 

Ner

TBR | Halloween

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I usually am not the type of person to read a specific genre depending on the time of the year. Thematic readings and myself normally don’t get along. But this year I have decided to try my luck and read a few “scary” books for Halloween. 

Therefore I have also decided to share with you my TBR for these last two weeks of the month of October which represent the Halloween period.

Halloween isn’t a very famous holiday here in Portugal. Sure, nowadays we have the costumes and the horror nights and the whole Halloween spirit but it’s not particularly ours. We kind of borrowed it from other cultures.

But I’ve always admired the way American people celebrate Halloween and always wished we had something like that here. We normally used this holiday as a way to visit our family’s graves and remember the dead. It’s when we are more conscious about the spirits around us and respect them.

Still, I have decided to be slightly thematic and read a few books I consider to be “spooky” or simply “Halloween-ish” enough. Let’s see how it goes 🙂

TBR | Halloween

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Ted Saves the World will be part of #readwithben read-along and is currently free to download so you can go and get your own copy in time for Halloween. To know more about the read-along you can follow Ben on Youtube or his Instagram account dedicated to this monthly feature. Trust me, I adore Ben so you should follow me 😉

What about you? What are your reading plans for Hallowee? You can share with me your scary book  on the comments 🙂

Ner

TBR | August

*For those who had received it – I had published this post by mistake before August even started! Sorry about that!*

July was a terrible month… I had so high expectations for that month and it ended up the worst! Still, I’m hoping that August will be better and that I’ll be able to read most of my TBR 🙂

TBR | August

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Hunter and Spelled are again part of my TBR since I really but really want to read them. And this time I’m not allowing any reading-slump to mess up my read/review schedule.

This time I have decided to do a bit of a Readers’ Choice but instead of you picking up the book I’ll be reading next month, you’ll be picking up the book I’ll be reading after Spinning Starlight. It’s pretty simple: from this list, you choose the book I should be reading after R.C. Lewis on by commenting on this post. Easy, right? As soon as I’m done with Spinning Starlight, the book you guys voted the most will be the one I’m reading 🙂

I had planned on adding a Doctor Who story but I looked at my NetGalley list of books to read and review and pretty much had a stroke. I have so many things to read and so little time. Let’s pray I’ll be able to tackle down my NGTBR *fingers crossed*

What about you? What are your reading plans for this month? 

Ner

TBR | July

July is here which means that it’s time to share another TBR list – because last month went really well (I only missed/skipped one book out of my June TBR) and I thought I should give this another go.

So, there is it, my July TBR:

TBR | July

TBR July + extras

After analysing just how many books I normally read per month while I’m on vacations, I’ve decided to choose eight books as a TBR goal for July. Six are the official list while the other two are extras.

What about you? What are your reading plans for this month? 

Ner

TBR | June

I don’t normally do TBR because I always end up reading something totally different to what I had proposed myself to read. But this month I’ve decided to try it since I have a lot of things that I want to read but never really got around to do so.

TBR | June

Really looking forward to all these books. I had them aside to read for a while but never got in the mood to actually pick them up. Hopefully this month I will be able to finally see what’s the fuss is all about with Station Eleven, Shatter Me and The Selection – everyone seems to be either in love or hating these books. Let’s see in which category I fall into.

But first, I need to finish A School for Unusual Girls by Kathleen Baldwin since I’m 90% done with it and will definitely be finishing it tonight..

What about you? What are your reading plans for this month? 

Ner