I've been in bed since yesterday, and this is what I've been up to (I should have been in bed the whole weekend but things got in the way that needed me active): I've been catching up with some ARCs that I got throughout this month. I got them via a Facebook group called MM Romance ARC Group. I joined a while ago, and at first I was pretty chill about requesting, but this month was a bit crazy and I really thought I was going to be biting off more than I could chew (I've been rushing through my readings and now I'm actually ahead of schedule, go figure). The list (just in case my handwriting is more disastrous than I anticipated) goes: -Blackbird Fly Home, by Dara Nelson. - Crystal Coast Chemistry, by Sierra Brave - Trusting Him, by Laura N. Andrews -Out, by Cara Dee.
There's a couple others in this list, which are: All in Fear: A Collection of Six Horror Tales, (Un)Masked, by Anyta Sunday and All of the Above, by Quinn Anderson. The two former I got through A Novel Approach, while the other I got through the author, that's why I didn't include them above.
Hopefully, I'll be done with all these before the end of the month. I had a list for "main" readings (books that weren't ARCs) but I won't be able to pull that one off. It went like this:
- Autoboyography, by Christina Lauren - History Is All You Left Me, by Adam Silvera
- Radio Silence, by Alice Oseman - Every Heart a Doorway, by Seanan McGuire
- They Both Die At The End, by Adam Silvera
- Five Dares, by Eli Easton.
I am failing this one majestically because I made the mistake of starting with Autoboyography, and the book is so precious that I want to take it slow (I'm currently at 52%). So, this is what my plan for the month looked like, regardless of my inability to stick to it. Do you guys make a reading plan for the month/week? How easy/hard is it for you to stick to it?
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