On this final day of 2022, it’s time for my annual Year in Review post to reflect on my reading year and set some goals for 2023. This is one of my favorite posts of the year to write as it helps prepare for a new reading year as I reflect on my year in reading and prepare for annual Best of lists. Spoiler alert: if you like charts & data, you’ll love this post.
2023 is the year that I finally get my owned TBR under control. Yes, you read that right: I am embarking on a year-long adventure to read more of what I own, and I’d love for you to join me in the Reader Voracious Project Backlist Reading Challenge!
The goal of Project Backlist is easy: read your owned TBR. Where this challenge differs from others is you decide the details of your challenge. This challenge is deliberately built in a way that everyone can join the community and build the challenge to meet their specific goals.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year for those of us who love all things data! We all know that I live by my lists as a very Type A personality. I made the first version of my Book Blogger and Reader Spreadsheet Template in July of 2018. Since then, I have updated and improved the template each year and made it available to anyone who wants it for free. (If you want to leave me a tip to support my work, please check out my ko-fi!)
Pitched at Percy Jackson meets The Hunger Games, The Sunbearer Trials the next must-read YA fantasy. This book is full of heart with vibrant worldbuilding and characters you will both love and hate.
I’m honored to be a stop on the Fierce Reads Blog Tour for The Sunbearer Trials and am excited to share my love of this book with all of you. This is not a book you want to miss!
Part heist novel and part dark fairytale, The Drowned Woods is a lush and captivating tale that draws you in on the first page. It feels like nestling into bed for the night for storytime and the story unfolds easily around you with atmospheric writing.
2022’s end is rapidly approaching, but today I’m feeling a bit reflective as I prepare for the best season (Fall). Considering I forgot to do a top reads of 2021 post this year, I’m especially excited to do this tag
I found the 6 in 6 tag on Nicole’s blog BookWyrm Knits – and if you aren’t already following her, you should! Books and knitting content for your enjoyment!