Hey friends! We have decided to do Blogmas this year! Since it is our first year and we don’t have time to write 24 posts; we are starting today and will be doing 12 posts!
Most of our posts won’t be very Christmas-y, so don’t worry if that isn’t your thing. If it is your thing, we apologize and hope you will still check them out!
Today we are both going to share a few books we want to finish before the end of the year, since it is fast approaching. We both want to finish Kiss Me in New York by Catherine Rider, since it is our Book of the Month (review coming at the end of the month).
Coming to you at the end of blogmas, but if you end up on this post after the fact here are all the posts linked:
BLOGMAS DAY TWO: Bookish Gift Ideas
BLOMGAS DAY THREE: A Very Large Expanse of Sea Review
BLOGMAS DAY FOUR: Rip it or Ship it Booktag
BLOGMAS DAY FIVE: Books That Would Make Good Gifts
BLOGMAS DAY SIX: Book Outlet Haul
BLOGMAS DAY SEVEN: NetGalley Goals for 2019
BLOGMAS DAY EIGHT: Netflix Christmas Movies – RATED
BLOGMAS DAY NINE: Books That Surprised Me in 2018
BLOGMAS DAY TEN: 2019 Releases We are Excited For
BLOGMAS DAY ELEVEN: A-Z Book Title Challenge
BLOGMAS DAY TWELVE: Our Top Seven Reads of 2018
The list of books I would like to finish before the end of the year is quite ambitious but I hope to get through as many of them as I can this holiday season. Some of them are library books that have a late December return date, others are NetGalley titles that I would like to finish ASAP, and the rest are books that I want to finish so I can read the last book of the trilogy.
Art Boss by Kayla Cagan
Lady Midnight by Cassandra Clare
The Afterlife of Holly Chase by Cynthia Hand
To Be Started:
Lord of Shadows by Cassandra Clare
This Mortal Coil by Emily Suvada
All the Crooked Saints by Maggie Stiefvater
I have read most of the books I have wanted to in 2019. Well, to be completely honest, I have read the books that in November, I wanted to get to (I’m a realist). Next year is a whole different story. But, 2019 goals are not part of this post! I do need to read The Hazel Wood for, um, reasons, and I would like to get to some NetGalley titles (because four of the titles I have now are being released in January).
The Hazel Wood by Melissa Albert
Three Little Words by Jenny Holiday
Famous in a Small Town by Emma Mills
If I accomplish all that and feel the need to stick to a TBR (I am such a mood reader at heart) here are a few more titles.
To Read (if feeling ambitious):
The Gilded Wolves by Roshani Chokshi
Puddin’ by Julie Murphy
xoxo, Tree & Bree