NEW YEAR’S BOOK TAG

Hello, my fellow bookworms.

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Today’s post is a book tag, yeah. My plan this year is to spice things up regarding the content of my blog and tags are one of the things I want to include this year. So, I found this tag from Comfy Reading and it looked like fun. This is my first book tag ever and I hope to do more in the future.

Now, onto the tag!

How many books are you planning to read in 2018?

My goal is 60 books, as I mentioned on my previous post (2018 reading plans). My goal for 2017 was 50 books, and I surpassed that by 1 book, so I wanted to challenge myself and increased it to 60.

Name 5 books you didn’t get to this year (in 2017), but want to make a priority in 2018?

  1. They Both Die at the end by Adam Silvera
  2. Strange the Dreamer by Laini Taylor
  3. Half of the Yellow Sun by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
  4. Turtles all the way Down by John Green
  5. The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini

What genre do you want to read more of? 

Thrillers. I tend to shy away from this genre and I want to remedy that this year.

Name 3 non-book related goals for 2018.

  1. Grow Spiritual
  2. Stay active
  3. Find a topic for my research project

What’s a book you’ve had forever that you still need to read?

Half of the Yellow Sun by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

One word that you’re hoping 2018 will be:

Growth.

In every aspect of my life.

That is the end of the book tag, simple and straight-forward. Please feel free to leave your answers below, I’d love to know. This tag is open for anyone who wants to participate.

Until next time

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7 responses to “NEW YEAR’S BOOK TAG”

  1. I hope you enjoy Turtles all the way Down and They Both Die At The End! Loved them both even though the latter destroyed me and had me in tears, haha.

    Good luck on your goals! 🙂

  2. comfyreading says:

    Love your bookish and non bookish goals! I definitely need to read Turtles All the Way Down as well. I used to really love John Greens book, but it seems the last couple books of his I read were just mediocre. Hopefully this ones better.

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