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New Years Book Tag

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Hello, my beautiful people. I found this tag from Nerdy Book Life and it looked like fun, so here we go!

How many books are you planning on reading in 2018?

Honestly, I’m hoping for 100. That’s typically about what I can do in a year, so I’d like to stick to that.

Name 5 books you didn’t get to this year, but want to make a priority in 2018.

  1. The French Girl by Lexie Elliot
  2. Lie to Me by JT Ellison
  3. Turtles All the Way Down by John Green
  4. The Story of Arthur Truluv by Elizabeth Berg
  5. It by Stephen King

What genre do you want to read more of?

This should come as no surprise to anyone, thrillers of all kinds!

Name three non-book related goals for 2018.

  1. Do well in school.
  2. Not cry when my daughter turns one (January 26th).
  3. Not cry when my son starts kindergarten.

Seems pretty simple but we’ll see!

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

Ummm, I have a ton, but one that I keep thinking about is Sharp Objects by Gillian Flynn.

One word that you are hoping 2018 will be.


Well, I guess that’s it! Simple and to the point, let me know if you guys are going to do this tag, I’d love to read your answers!

4 thoughts on “New Years Book Tag”

  1. I want to read The Great Escape by Charlotte Fallowfield. When We danced At The End of the Pier by Sandy Taylor. Christmas at the Gin Shack by Catherine Miller. London Noir by Ann Girdharry. Just one Time by K.S.Hunter. Handcuffs Truncheon by Gina Kirkham.

    I have no preferred genre. I just like books that lead me into another world, where I care about the characters, a story that makes me smile and intrigues.

    My goals? Write, write, write!

    I hope that in 2018 those who suffer from depression will find some relief when reading my stories. xx

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