Weekly Reading Plans: March 21st

One of the biggest goals I have this year is to finally tackle the huge list of books I’ve accumulated over the past year. Especially the books were given to me in exchange for review. I haven’t intended to go so long without reading them. I am just really bad with time management. Hopefully, this year will help me get better with that.

Note: I realize I plan to read a lot of books every week. I’m a mood reader and I account for that by adding extras so if I’m stuck I can move on to another book. I do not think that I will get all of these during the week. There are some that will be prioritized over others for obvious reasons.

Readathons I’m participating in this week:

Owlcrate Read-A-Thon- March 21st-27th
Vault-A-Thon- March 21st-27th
TBR Jar Readathon- March 25th-27th
Queer Lit Readathon- March 26th-27th

Books I plan to read this week:

  1. A Royal Christmas Fairy Tale by Karen Schaler
  2. Only A Monster by Vanessa Len
  3. The Last Roman by B.K. Greenwood
  4. Gathering of the Four by A.E. Bennett
  5. The Desolations of Devil’s Acre by Ransom Riggs
  6. Ascenders by C.L. Gaber
  7. Pretty Killer by Truant & King
  8. Royal Decoy by Heather Frost
  9. Royal Spy by Heather Frost
  10. The Girl in the Blue Coat by Monica Hesse
  11. Remember Me by Estelle Laure
  12. See, Solve, Scale by Danny Warshay
  13. The Next Thing You Know by Jessica Strawse

What are some of the books you plan to read this week?

2022 Bookish Reading Goals

It’s hard to believe that we are less than two weeks away from the new year. I wanted to go ahead and plan out my goals for next year. If I don’t, time will slip away from me. I’m definitely no stranger to letting time get away from me. Anybody else planning their reading year out?

Reading Goals:

  1. One nonfiction book a month
  2. One LGBTQIA book a month
  3. One Graphic Novel a month
  4. One Book of the Month book a month
  5. Read more Netgalley books
  6. Read more book subscription books
  7. Try to be better at following reading schedule for ARCs

Review Goals:

  1. Review as close to finishing the book as I can
  2. Get in habit of reviewing across platforms. Including Amazon review account
  3. Get in habit of doing video reviews

Posting Goals:

  1. Get better at posting updates
  2. Start making graphics for my reading progress
  3. Interact with more people on mine and their posts

Reading Routine Ideas:

  1. One ebook for work/bedtime. I can read between calls and I’m trying to get to where I lay down an hour early and read until I fall asleep.
  2. One physical book/ebook.
  3. One audiobook.

Lately I’ve been attempting to read multiple books at once. It’s drug my reading down drastically. I’m thinking if I cut it down to the three listed that I will pick up speed a bit.

What are some of your goals for next year?

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