I really don’t like to get ahead of myself — like thinking about the end of the year when summer isn’t even over yet — but I do like fun book-related things. Ariel Bissett created this BookTube tab, but I’m going to do it on my blog (because I don’t have the resources to make YouTube videos anymore).
Here are the 6 questions:
1. Are there any books you started this year that you need to finish? I’ve been trying really hard to only read one book at a time. So the only book I have started is the one I’m currently reading and there’s a 99.99% chance I will finish this book by the end of the year. There are books that I started this year and decided not to finish, but that decision’s been made so I won’t be picking them up again.
2. Do you have an autumnal book to transition into the end of the year? Hmm… haven’t really thought of that setting-wise. There are a few books I want to read soon that have orange-y reddish yellow covers, but I don’t think any have any specific autumnal themes. Oh! Except Before the Devil Breaks You by Libba Bray, which is the third in a supernatural series set in the 1920s that I’ve really been enjoying. It’s autumnal because creepy + spooky = Halloween-y and Halloween is in the autumn.
4. What are three books you want to read before the end of the year? I want to reread the first 2 books in The Stormlight Archive before Oathbringer comes out. So that’s The Way of Kings, Words of Radiance, and Oathbringer. For a whopping 3,325 pages. I don’t really care about finishing them all before December 31 at midnight or anything, though. I also have, like, 15 more books I want to read soon, like, in the next couple of months <<blush>>.
5. Is there a book you think could still shock you and become your favourite book of the year? I don’t know what may “shock” me… but I do have high hopes for Oathbringer and Strange the Dreamer by Laini Taylor. Hmm… maybe a shocker will be Time and Time Again: A Collection by Tamara Ireland Stone because I don’t know much about it or the author; I bought it based on the cover and blurb. So, yeah, I hope I like it. It would be awesome to find it to be a new fave!
6. Have you already started making reading plans for 2018? Nah. It’s enough that I even planned anything for the rest of 2017. I guess I could consider “Read what I want, when I want” a plan. And I suppose I want to continue practicing reading only 1 book at a time.
So that’s the tag! I had fun with it. Enjoy the rest of your reading year!