Hey everyone!

If you saw my April TBR you will know that it was pretty ambitious, but I have actually found myself in a bit of a reading slump, so in order to make sure I complete my O.W.L.s etc. I decided to rejig my TBR a bit and share it with you! So here it is!

I decided just to the books I need to fulfill prompts or that I need to finish!

I still need to finish Untold Night and Day by Bae Suah. I’ve been really busy recently so I just keep not picking it up as it is a book that requires me to actually pay attention to it, so it’s still not finished.

Apart from that…

History of Magic: Magic Bites by Ilona Andrews

Transfiguration: Magic Burns by Ilona Andrews

Herbology: Magic Strikes by Ilona Andrews

Defence Against the Dark Arts: The Starless Sea by Erin Morgenstern

Muggle Studies (and the Murakami Marathon): Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage by Haruki Murakami

Charms: The Lady and the Little Fox Fur by Violette Leduc

Potions: The Glass Menagerie by Tennessee Williams

That’s all for this quick little update! Let me know how your reading is going!

Happy reading,

Keira x.

April TBR 2020! (ft. OWLS, Murakami Marathon, etc.)

Hello everyone and welcome to my slightly belated April TBR!!! Please excuse me if I happen to not mention that I have already read some of the books on this list…. Also, I’ve got lots of prompts and readathons happening this month, so feel free to skip to the part where I actually list the books I’m going to be reading if you’re not interested in that!

This is yet another long TBR (14 and a bit books), but I decided not to make it less ambitious than March, seeing as I was really successful in March, and I’m only going to have more time in April (I’m at home due to coronavirus, and I do the IB, so I no longer have any schoolwork to do either. I essentially have six months of freetime now… except it’s scary and I can’t leave the house… *totally not at all worried no not me*.

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March TBR: TBR Round 1, #FemmeFanTale

Hello everyone and welcome to my very belated March TBR! (To be honest, I’ve made some progress through this already, but no matter.)

If you haven’t seen my previous post, I recently created a TBR game, and this is the first month that I’m going to be trying it out! I will also be participating in the #FemmeFanTale readathon as well!

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Hello everyone! Welcome to the FINAL of my TBRs (until February, at least). I decided not to do a ‘Top X Books I Want to Read in 2020’ because I think the TBRs for my year-long challenges is enough hehe. I’m changing a couple of things up with my TBRs this year: they will hopefully be around 4-7 books long, depending on what books end up on them, and apart from ones I need to read for read-a-longs, a class, or a readathon, I will be using a TBR jar (more on that later ;)). I hope you enjoy TBR 2.0! Without further ado, let’s take a look at the books I will be reading this month.

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International Reading Challenge 2020 TBR

Wow, SO MANY TBR posts. I’m so sorry. Seriously, it must be getting pretty boring. Luckily, this is the PENULTIMATE TBR! (Actually, there might be 2 more after this… sorry!)

Anyway, this is a particularly important TBR, because it’s a TBR for a reading challenge that I AM CO-HOSTING with the lovely Adele of @bookishdella. The aim of the challenge is to encourage us all to read books written by authors from many different countries. There are prompts, read-a-longs, points to be won etc. so we would love to have you! If you’re interested, check out the announcement post and the Goodreads group!

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