Currently Reading – April 8, 2020

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Checkout my current reads below – the name of the 2020 game is 200 books (who am I kidding, it’s 250 – but I set the bar low in GoodReads).

Week fifteen of 2020 is well underway and I’m at 104 books read so far!

I was in a major reading slump at the end of March. I thought quarantine would up my reading game but, instead, it’s just bogging me down. I need to pick up the pace or I won’t get too 1000 books before I’m 30. Just kidding, I’ve got two and a half years yet and I’m already at over 400 read.

Currently Reading

  • Diamond City by Francesca Flores 202/400 (50%) <– I started this ARC over the weekend and I’m enjoying it. It was officially released last month so I want to finish it soon.
  • Wicked As You Wish by Rin Chupeco 91/432 (21%) <– I don’t love this one. But you all know, I hate to DNF books so I’m going to power through this one.

I have 37 weeks to finish everything that finds its way onto this list. I’ve got this!

Books Finished Since My Last Update

  • They Went Left by Monica Hesse
  • The Epilogue by Kiera Cass
  • More Than Maybe by Erin Hahn
  • All Stirred Up by Brianne Moore

Items in My NetGalley Queue

  • The Little Village of New Starts by Donna Ashcroft
  • Hadley Beckett’s Next Dish by Bethany Turner
  • Kingdom of Ice & Bone by Jill Criswell
  • The Tourist Attraction by Sarah Morgenthaler
  • The Gilded Ones by Namina Forna
  • Dark Skies by Danielle L. Jensen
  • Crave by Tracy Wolff
  • Greythorne by Crystal Smith
  • My Greek Island Summer by Mandy Baggot
  • Where Dreams Descend by Janella Angeles
  • Shielded by KayLynn Flanders
  • The Glamourist by Luanne G. Smith

9 thoughts on “Currently Reading – April 8, 2020

      1. Just for fun. I thought it would be a good way to challenge myself. I read this article a while back that said the average American adult only reads about 200 books in their life and that kind of horrified me. There are so many amazing stories out there and I want to read as many as I can.

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      2. That’s what I thought too. When I really started tracking in goodreads, before 2019, I had less than 100 books read that I could really say I had read (not counting middle grade and younger books). The article went on to say that a goal of 10 books a year was “ambitious” for an average person.

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