If you read my previous tag post, you’ll know I don’t often do book tag things, but I did enjoy it, so maybe I shall do more in 2020. We shall see.
1. Are there any books you started this year you need to finish?
So far, just The Testaments and Cricket Hunters. I don’t tend to pick up then put down books for extended periods of time, unless it’s something really harrowing I can’t read straight through and need short gaps from. There are more books I’d like to read before the end of the year, but none I’ve actually started reading.
2. Do you have an autumnal book to transition to the end of the year?
I don’t get books for specific seasons, but if I get a book and it fits a specific season (such as my recently reviewed Season of Wonder) I will try and wait to read it. But right now, I don’t have anything like that on my TBR.
3. Is there a new release you’re still waiting for?
To be honest, so many great books come out so often, I don’t really keep track of new releases, or separate them from my other books. And if it’s a book I really do want, I’ll usually find an excuse to pick it up.
4. What are three books you want to read before the end of the year?
I maybe should have tried to do this earlier in the month. I’m not sure if I’m going to get a chance to read three books before the end of the year, but we shall see. If I can, I would love to read Ritual – Steve Stred, Creature – Hunter Shea, and other than that, I’m not quite sure. Depends how much reading I get done in the next week. If you saw my December TBR post, you’ll know I was planning on reading The Dragon Republic, but it’s so big I can’t really take it away with me Monday, so this will probably get left until the New Year now.
5. Is there a book that you think could still shock you and become your favourite?
Considering the amount of good things I’ve heard about it, it’s possible this happens with Creature.
6. Have you already made reading plans for 2020?
Not really, mainly because I don’t like to plan out what I’mm going to read and when, because I would really struggle to stick to it. That said, I am hoping to clear most of my now backlog of review books, and maybe possibly join Netgalley, if I have the time. We shall see. Other than that, more of the same, though with the way this year ended, I’ll be reading a lot more horror next year than this year. Which is definitely not a bad thing.
Blogmas #1 – Christmas TBR / Blogmas #2: The Most Wonderful Time of the Year / Blogmas #3: Christmas Reads / Blogmas #4: Bookish Naughty or Nice List / Blogmas #6: 2019 Wrap Up & 2020 Goals / Blogmas #7: Favourite 2019 Books Part 1 / Blogmas #7: Favourite 2019 Books Part 2