Good morning everyone, [K] here
Here is a new feature for the blog that I hope will benefit my never ending and ever growing reading pile.
I am into the 7th bookbag, can’t believe we are over halfway through the year!
At present my local library has not reopened and I have a bagful of borrowed books to return. But still plenty more to keep me out of mischief!
As things are starting to go back to the new normal my opportunities to read are slowing down so I will adjust my reading amount accordingly.
Having a local library so close to my place of work, which you should support, means that whilst I do read, the pile of owned books at home does not get any smaller. The library has ex-stock for sale too which doesn’t help! Unfortunately at present this is closed due to the pandemic, which in turn is a blessing in disguise as it has stopped me collecting any more books (just need to rein in the internet shopping now!)
To remedy this, I have decided to set myself a challenge of 4 books a month (not alot I know, but I am trying to be realistic), including any for blog tours that I am participating in, which I will put in a bag and aim to finish by the end of the month when I will give an update as to how I progressed.
For this month, as I have committed to quite a few blog tours, I have got to stop taking a fancy to so many books! I am going to aim to read 12 books! (OMG!) So its quite apt my bag choice for this month!
July’s #bookbag selection for [K] in my Addicted To Books And Coffee bag:
My new Addicted To Books And Coffee holds the following reads:
The Tattooist of Auschwitz by Heather Morris
2000 Tunes by Karl Drinkwater
Midtown Huckster by Leopold Borstinski
The Demon Of Devilgate Drive by Colin Garrow
The Curse Of Calico Jack by Colin Garrow
The Moscow Whisper by Michael Jenkins
Murder In Montague Falls by Russ Colchamiro
The Strange Book Of Jacob Boyce by Tom Gillespie
The Summoned Ones by Darryl A Woods
The Uncommon Life Of Alfred Warner by Juliet Conlin
Utrecht Snow by Jonathan Wilkins
Utrecht Rain by Jonathan Wilkins
Is there any that you suggest I should read first? Or any that are on your TBR? Are you following a similar idea to start reducing your book towers at home?
Let us know in the comments below!