Am I REALLY sticking to a TBR?!

So January has almost passed, the start of 2019 is so far going splendidly. And maybe mostly because for once in my life, I set a monthly TBR (to be read), and followed through on it?! I’m as chocked as you are.

My theme for January was to finish books I picked up last year, but never finished.
I’ll introduce them in the order I started them in 2018, just so you can imagine what a wreck I am.

  • Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone by JK Rowling – started September 17th, 2017. (wow, this wasn’t even started in 2018… I’m a monster.)
  • Drums of Autumn by Diana Gabaldon – started January 13th, 2018.
  • The People in the Trees by Hanya Yanagihara – started May 1th, 2018
  • The Disaperance at Devil’s Rock by Paul Tremblay – started July 27th, 2018

(The stats are brought to you by the help of my goodreads stats, and also stories posted on my Instagram).
My goal was to finish at least half off the books this month, and to at least read from all of them.
I finished Disappearance at Devil’s Rock 2019/01/07 and The People in the Trees 2019/01/20. I’ve also read a couple of chapters from Harry Potter and started my reread of Drums of Autumn, since I started it a year ago I couldn’t remember anything of the plot.
So, one could say that I’ve completed my TBR goal for January already. I’ve completed half of the books, and continued on with the other half. My plan for now is hopefully finish at least Harry Potter before the month is over. Since Drums of Autumn is a chunk of a book with stunningly 905 pages, I’ll probably won’t be able to finish it until the end of the month.

But I guess we’ll see about that later! I’ll write a update entry when January is over. And maybe even announce my TBR for February.
Would that be something you want to see on my blog? Comment and tell me what you think! Do you want more posts like this, or are you just here for the reviews?


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