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January Reading Challenges update + February goals

Hey y’all!

2020 is the first year where I take on reading challenges/readathons for the first time. I mentioned all the ones I’m participating in last year, and I was hesitant if I’ll be able to truly keep up with them. But I’m trying!

In this post, I’ll go through my updates on every challenge and the goals I have for this month.


I kept my goal 150 books, same as last year. But I’m already behind on the challenge lol.

Right now, I’m 3 books behind on my challenge with 12/150 books completed. 9 books were read in January. That’s a low number compared to previous years as January is usually the month when I read many books. But this time I didn’t have a full sem break in Jan so the reads went down as well.

My goal this month is to catch up with the challenge. If I don’t catch up by the end of February, I’ll mostly lower my goal. The rest of the year will just be more hectic so if I don’t catch up now, I won’t later.


Started by Fanna, the goal is just to read as many South-Asian books as you can. There are also Books of the Month (BOTM) picked by the hosts every month.

In January, I read one of the BOTMs which was My So Called Bollywood Life by Nisha Sharma. I almost didn’t read it but managed to squeeze it in at the end of the month.

For February, I’m reading 2 South-Asian books. One is Loveboat, Taipei by Abigail Hing Wen which I’m currently listening to as an audiobook. The other is Stories We Never Tell by Savi Sharma which I picked up in the bookstore recently.


In my excitement for this challenge, I made a whole post about what I’d like to read in Janurary. I read three books from that list and stopped following it. I’m a mood reader so I honestly expected it.

Books I read that fit this challenge:

  • Becoming by Michelle Obama
  • Thanks for the Memories by Cecelia Ahern
  • The Silva Mind Control Method by Jose Silva
  • Kafka on the Shore by Haruki Murakami

Books I want to read in February:

  • The Thing Around Your Neck by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie (currently reading!)
  • Stories We Never Tell by Savi Sharma
  • Frankly in Love by David Yoon


My progress on this challenge is LAUGHABLE. The only reason I got any ticked off was because I read books that fit two challenges.

Prompts I completed:

  • Book about a world leader: Becoming by Michelle Obama
  • A book set in Japan: Kafka on the Shore by Haruki Murakami
  • A book with more than 20 words in the title: My So Called Bollywood Life by Nisha Sharma
  • A book with a 3 word-title: The Bluest Eye by Toni Morrison

I’m doing the same in February as January. I’m trying to fit all my reads picked for other challenges into prompts for this challenge.

Prompts I’m aiming for in February:

  • A book that’s published in 2020: The Worst Best Man by Mia Sosa (already finished!)
  • A book set in a country beginning with C: Loveboat, Taipei by Abigail Hing Wen which is set in China.
  • A book you picked because the title caught your attention: The Thing Around Your Neck by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie which was a random buy at the bookstore because of the title.
  • A book by a WOC: Stories We Never Tell by Savi Sharma

And that’s it! It feels like a lot haha. Let’s hope I can do it all.

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Are you participating in any challenges? What’s your status?

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2020 Reading Challenges and Readathons I'm participating in

2020 is right around the corner and I am excited.

The upcoming year is the start to a new decade and the start to tons of new life experiences and opportunities. Everyone is abuzz with hopes and huge bucket lists and ambitious plans.

Going into 2020, I’m obviously going to keep up with my reading and am planning on making my reading a little bit more fun. Over the past month, I’ve seen SO MANY announcements for 2020 year-long readathons and reading challenges. It’s overwhelming to decide from several amazing options, but I’ve managed to decide on a few of them.

Now, I generally don’t participate in year-long reading challenges because I tend to forget about them. But this time, there are groups for these ones and friends from my bookstagram club are joining in as well. Hopefully, this will help me not forget and actually finish these challenges.

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Totally, I’m participating in 5(!!!!) reading challenges this year.

[1] Goodreads Reading Challenge

This is a staple for me every year. I’ve been participating in the Goodreads Reading Challenge since 2015 and it’s a great way to track your reading.

How this works: it’s a very flexible challenge because the goal is set by you. The goal is the number of books you want to read next year, and using Goodreads* helps track your reading. All the math about whether you’re behind or ahead in your reading is done by Goodreads to help you keep track of your status.

My goal is 150 books, the same as 2019. Usually I stay ahead of my goal and manage to surpass it early enough but it wasn’t so this year. I barely managed to hit my goal. Because of that, I’m not increasing my goal next year. It would be nice to read more, but 150 is what I’m aiming for.

*by marking books as “read” along with the dates on the website

[2] A-Z Reading Challenge

This is another staple. I don’t consciously put effort for this every year. It’s more of an afterthought at the end of the year where I look back and see if I managed to get all the letters done. It’s just fun to look back and see how many you’ve managed to fill. This is also a very low effort challenge.

How it works: You read a book starting with every letter of the alphabet, with an exception for a few letters. See this post to know more.

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[3] South-Asian Reading Challenge 2020

Fanna @ fannatality came up with this brilliant reading challenge which aims to put more focus on South-Asian books and diversify our reading. More details about the challenge haven’t been released yet but I’m super excited to participate.

Click here to see the announcement post.

[4] #StartOnYourShelfathon

CW @ The Quiet Pond came up with this idea because she has a ton of backlist books on her physical which needed to be read last year. When she posted the idea on twitter and received a ton of positive response, she made up this AMAZING reading challenge.

To be honest, I don’t really need to be participating because my backlist books aren’t that many, but I want to just for the aesthetics and activities within this challenge. It’s very tempting.

The best part of this is that it doesn’t have prompts so I can mix it up with other reading challenges as well. Flexible challenges are my jam.

Click here to see my joining post and TBR!

me standing next to a stack of books of almost my height.

[5] 2020 Popsugar Reading Challenge

I found this challenge purely by luck after it was shared in a book group that I’m in. The challenge has a total of 50 prompts (a lot, I know). I was very unsure of joining this one because of the amount of effort it will take to find books for the prompts, and the large number of prompts.

After deliberating for a whole day, I decided that I might as well give it a go. I haven’t participating in a reading challenge like this before and I really want to try. Plus, the prompts are so good and interesting! They will definitely push me out of my comfort zone and introduce some new books.

Click here to see the official post.

If I said that I’m not overwhelmed at all by the thought of taking on all of these challenges, it would be a lie. But since most of them are flexible and can be mixed with other challenges, it should be doable as long as I plan my reads right.

I’ve already started planning on how to tackle the Popsugar challenge with #StartOnYourShelfathon bu choosing books that I own which fits some Popsugar prompts. I think I can do this.

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I'm joining #StartOnYourShelfAThon! + Jan TBR

There are so many interesting readathons and challenges planned for 2020, and I’m a sucker for many of them.

When CW first tweeted with her readathon idea, I was all for it, and eagerly awaited her announcement post. I knew that this would definitely be one of the challenges that I do.

#StartOnYourShelfathon is a readathon where the main goal is to prioritize reading books you already own (physical or electronic). To be honest, I don’t do very badly* with my unread books. I don’t have that many unread physical or electronic books. BUT. The books I do have tend to be ignored for a long time.

For me, the goal is to use this challenge to not neglect the books I own longer, especially physical copies.

*meaning, better than what I consider to be a problem haha

If you’d like to know more about this year-long readathon or would like to join in, go on over to The Quiet Pond where CW has written an impressive post with the most beautiful graphics*. She’s also done AMAZING planning for this readathon, completely infusing it with new elements and fun things. I’m super excited to join in.

*in fact, I took the banner for this post from her! Isn’t it gorgeous?


Although the readathon has technically already started, I’m joining in from next month and will be doing it as a 2020 thing.

My goals will be broken down to months. Some months may have more books on the TBR, and some might have less, but I will be reading at least 1 book every month for this challenge. Meaning, from my owned books, prioritizing the oldest ones.

CW has had a brilliant idea to also make a Discord server for the readathon in case we want to chat. I will be joining the Discord server. While I’m not sure how that will work or how much I’ll be talking there, that’s the part which actually drew me in. I’ve never seen Discord being used for reading challenges before so this will be a ton of fun.

To keep track of the readathon, I will be doing updates posts in April, August and December 2020, along with the star maps to track my progress and make my own constellation.


That all said, time to set my first TBR for the challenge! I’ve decided on 5 books for January.

  • Kafka On The Shore by Haruku Murakami

I own this book as a paperback and it’s been sitting on my shelf for MONTHS. Since it’s bought from a secondhand bookstore, I can sell it back for half the price to buy more books. Definitely have a plan to go and get more books so I need to finish this one haha.

  • The Silva Mind Control Method by José Silva

My friend lent me this book a long time back saying it would be helpful for my mental health and how I deal with my shitty physical health. I read a bit of it but since it’s non-fiction, I can’t be motivated to read it. Hopefully, because of this readathon, I finish reading it once before starting to practice it.

  • Stillwatch by Mary Higgins Clark

I bought this book back in February 2019 in a book fair, and I don’t know why I still haven’t read it. It’s pretty small, and the author’s books are always engaging, so it should a quick read.

  • Becoming by Michelle Obama

This mammoth of a book is my real challenge in January. I own it as an ebook, and have started it, but have not made much progress yet.

  • I Owe You by Sophie Kinsella

Since I know that I will be reading romance at least once, better to check off an old ebook which I know I will enjoy. Kinsella never disappoints me and I’m looking forward to read this one.

And that’s my TBR! A few people from my Bangalore Bookstagram club are also planning on joining in for this readathon, so I will have company to do this. Hopefully they’ll remind me to follow this haha.

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Are you participating in any challenges or readathons next year? Do you think they are helpful?

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A-Z Reading Challenge 2019

It’s the end of the year! Which means that it’s time to look back on all the challenges and see how we’ve done.

I didn’t join in on any challenges this year since I knew that I won’t be able to keep up with them all. College has been HECTIC, and I was expecting it. But there are two challenges that I always participate in passively. It’s the Goodreads reading challenge, where I set my goal to 150 books this year. Another is the A-Z Reading Challenge.

How this challenge works is that we have to read books for every alphabet. For A, we should read a book whose name starts with A. The one rule is that “The”, “A” and “An” doesn’t count. For Q, X and Z, the letters can be anywhere in the title.

P.S. This is part of my blogmas! Follow my blog to not miss any of my posts since I’ll be posting everyday leading up to Christmas. You can also check out all the posts I’ve published so far.

Here’s what my list looks like!

A – Aurora Rising by Jay Kristoff and Amie Kaufman

B – Butterface by Avery Flynn

C – City of Ghosts by V.E. Schwab

D – Defy Me by Tahereh Mafi

E – Educated by Tara Westover

F – The Flatshare by Beth O’Leary

G – Girls of Paper and Fire by Natasha Ngan

H – Heartache and Hope by Jay McLean

I – Intercepted by Alexa Martin

J – Justice by K.C. Lynn

K – Knots by Deblina Bhattacharya

L – The Lie by C.L. Taylor

M – Muffin Top by Avery Flynn

me standing next to a stack of books of my height

N – Norwegian Wood by Haruki Murakami

O – On The Come Up by Angie Thomas

P – Punk 57

Q – Queen of Nothing by Holly Black

R – Red, White & Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston

S – The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid

T – That Girl From Nowhere by Dorothy Koomson

U – The Unhoneymooners by Christina Lauren

V – A Very Large Expanse of Sea by Tahereh Mafi

W – The Wicked King by Holly Black

X – The Poet X by Elizabeth Acevedo

Y – The Yellow Wallpaper by Charlotte Perkins Gilman

Z – The Friend Zone by Abby Jimenez

I completed it! When I was planning this post and noted down the books for every letter, I was still missing Q and Y. It was only last week that I managed to complete those haha. And that’s by cleverly choosing a small book for Y. But I’m glad I did 24 letters without consciously trying!

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Are you doing the A to Z Reading Challenge as well? Or are you doing any other challenge? Tell me in the comments!

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Read-A-Ton challenge wrap up

Hi everyone! It’s been a hot minute since I’ve posted something but I did manage to do a lot life and reading-wise in that time.

In today’s post, I just want to briefly talk about the books I read for a readathon which I participated in last month. #readaton was a week-long readathon where we just read with our own reading goals. It was hosted by @theloneflaneur on Instagram and I was fortunate to have the time then to join in.

I managed to finish 7 books and make progress on another during the readathon. I’m actually really proud of the reading I got done because I had events during that week as well.

Anyway, let’s get to the books!

Until November by Aurora Rose Reynolds

I reread this book in the readathon because I was browsing through my read books and noticed it, but I remembered nothing about it. I was partially in a slump so I thought let’s reread and picked it up. It got me out of my slump, but I ended up hating the book.

Until November has to be the most problematic book by Aurora Rose Reynolds that I’ve read, and I’ve read quite a few. The author specializes in alpha-male and possessive reads, which I can understand. There are many readers who like such romances and I enjoy them too, sometimes.

But I just could NOT like this book. The male lead was just too much. He was very problematic, let November have her way only once, made decisions and forced her to accept them all the time, and more.

I am planning on writing a whole review on this one, but only if I can get to it soon otherwise I’ll forget most of my points.

Homecoming by Rubina Ramesh

This was a short romance set in Kerala, India. I received the book for free on Kindle in return for a review and used the challenge to finish it in time.

The book is about Sanaya and Krish who had a fling a long time back but broke up due to some bad situations. Now, after a decade, Sanaya returns home from the US and faces the memories that she tried to run away from. We watch them as they meet each other and find their ways back to each other.

It was an okay read for me. It was short and not very impressive.

Until Trevor by Aurora Rose Reynolds

Only after reading Until November did I realize that I have read every book from the Until series except Until Trevor. I decided to pick it up on a whim, hoping it’ll give me some satisfaction. And it did!

Until Trevor is probably the least problematic book out of all books by the author that I’ve read. I actually quite enjoyed it! I like Trevor the most out of all the male leads in the series and I probably will reread the book someday.

The Boy Who Steals Houses by CG Drews

I’ve been awaiting this book ever since it was announced because I absolutely loved A Thousand Perfect Notes by Drews. That book broke my heart and I was looking forward to more feels caused by this book. And I wasn’t disappointed.

The Boy Who Steals Houses made me cry, clutch my heart, smile, laugh with tears in my eyes, broke my heart, and put the pieces back together messily. It was too good. I definitely recommend this to anyone looking for a book that will draw you in completely and play with your heart.

Until June by Aurora Rose Reynolds

I got emboldened by Until Trevor and wanted another romance book to read, and decided to try another by Reynolds. I also have read other books in the Until Him/Her series which I have quite liked so I had high hopes for this one.

While I did like the book in the beginning, it quickly went sour. By the end, I just wanted the book to end. So yeah, unfortunate read.

The Bride Test by Helen Hoang

I managed to nab The Kiss Quotient by Helen Hoang last year on Kindle when it was free for a day, and I LOVED IT SO MUCH. The female lead had Asperger’s and I absolutely loved the storyline. I was looking forward to this book and planned on reading it later but one of my friends in real life told me in no uncertain terms that I had to read it NOW.

So I went ahead and read it. And as expected, it blew me away. I fell in love with the characters and their journey. I liked the supporting characters just as much as the main characters. Definitely recommended if you’re looking for a unique romance with autism rep.

The Princess and the Fangirl by Ashley Poston

I picked this one up on a whim because I was in the mood for fluffy YA. I had a little bit of hard time trying to remember characters from book 1 and their stories. This book had a lot of references to book 1 which made me confused and left without some information. It became okay later on but I still felt that the author could have written the book such that new readers can read this without having read Geekerella.

I ended up really liking it in the end! It was adorable and fluffy, which was exactly what I was looking for.

The Lie by C.L. Taylor

This is the last read from the readathon which I didn’t complete but I did make progress on. This is a mystery/thriller book and it was really good! I had never heard of the book before I just picked it up in a book fair which i went to a few months back. I didn’t have high hopes for the book but I was pleasantly surprised and really liked it!

If you’re looking for a slightly dark thriller, check this one out.

And that’s it for my wrap-up! I’ll see y’all in my next post.

What have you been reading? Have you read any of the books I mentioned? Tell me in the comments!

2017 New Adult Reading Challenge // round-up

2017 New Adult Reading Challenge

There are so many amazing reading challenges, just keeping track of them takes work. This is why I don’t join in on many, and those I do are more general.

I’m a fan of New Adult books, especially romance, and this challenge was perfect because I’ll be doing it without putting much conscious effort. I read a lot of New Adult books anyway. I also didn’t do monthly updates because as I said keeping track of challenges is in itself a job.

So! Now that we’re nearing the end of 2017, I thought I’ll do a round-up of this challenge and see how I’ve done.

This challenge is hosted by Catia @ the girl who read too much. There are two parts to this challenge:

  1. Focusing on the number of NA books read. There are labels for certain milestones.
  2. Focusing on the themes of the books read. There’s a bingo for this.

I decided to participate only for the number and not the bingo, but I think I’ll just see in the end if I can manage to cross a few off in the bingo as well.

Overall number of books read this year (yet): 197

Number of NA books read this year (yet): 57

Whew. I actually didn’t read that many NA books. YA for the win this year, looks like.

So I get to claim the New Adult Expert label!


the love gameBest NA book read: The Love Game by Emma Hart

This is a hate-to-love story, cliched and yet not, and I LOVED getting to know both the characters as they tried to trick each other.

It’s THE college story I want, with all the crazy college elements to it plus romance plus how each individual’s past affects their view on love.

Read my review here.

enticed by you.jpgWorst NA book read: Enticed By You by Amy Muscat

I DNFed this book, and I don’t think we can go any worse than that. To be fair, I DID read almost 60% but I simply couldn’t bear it after that. I meant to write a review, but I kept putting it off and finally decided not to because I didn’t finish reading it to give a proper review anyway.

I didn’t like it because we are given A LOT of details about very small mundane things that the MC does, but we never get to see the couple talk. NEVER. It was random details, sex scenes and narration about their talks. After two times of the MC narrating in her head what he said about his years away from her, without us seeing one proper talk between them, I DNFed. Yeah, no thanks.

Now onto the NA Bingo..

Let’s see if I manage to tick off some boxes without trying (yes I try to be talented like that).


Book set in college: Oh this is easy! The Love Game by Emma Hart.

A reread: Wait for you by J. Lynn. I don’t know why I reread it but I did.

Book about friendship: A little tricky to find.. Can I say Friends without benefits by Penny Reid? *shrug*

Book with only male POV: This will be hard? Let me check my Goodreads lol. Oh okay found it! Leo’s chance by Mia Sheridan. This was a reread as well, actually.

Book based on it’s cover: From previous experiences I usually try not to go on the cover for NA, but Text 2 Lovers by K. Webster and J.D. Hollyfield DID have a nice cover. I was drawn to it more based on the title, though lol.

New to you author: Lauren Stewart! I read Darker Water by her and really liked it!

Diverse novel: The Partnership by Charlotte Penn Clarke had a female MC with Hawai’ian heritage.

Book you can finish in one day: Pretty much every NA romance novel, to be honest. But I’ll go with Here’s to falling by Christine Zolendz.

Hyped book: A Court of Wings and Ruin by Sarah J Maas. (I refuse to accept that it is YA) I also hyped it up a lot prior to release but it actually disappointed me.

Book set in summer: Ah.. this will be hard to find. Oh wait! It actually wasn’t. The boy I hate by Taylor Sullivan.

Book that made you laugh: Truth or Dare by Mira Lyn Kelly!

2017 release: Easy. Most of All You by Mia Sheridan, a recent read.

Book with music or art: I’m trying not to repeat books so Breakable by Tammara Webber with a male MC who draws really well.

Book about roadtrip: Again, The Boy I hate by Taylor Sullivan.

Book out of your comfort zone: I mean.. I don’t really have one? I’ll say Virtually Impossible by Lauren Stewart which had affair and boss-employee relationship which I don’t really like. (Review coming soon)

Book you knew nothing about: I don’t usually pick NA books I know nothing about. I always see the Goodreads synopsis and maybe a few reviews. I’ll go with Faking it by Cora Cormack because I picked it up simply because I really liked the first book in the series. I DID read the synopsis beforehand but I would have read the book even if I didn’t.

New Adult Bestseller: Easy! Without Merit by Colleen Hoover. I think it’s NA, not YA.

Start a new series: I read lots of NA series so I’ll pick Losing it by Cora Cormack.

Debut novel: Nooo how do I know which are debut? I’ll have to sit and look through everything! :/ Okay I think I found one. Reason to breathe by Rebecca Donovan.

One word title: Um. Dirty by Kylie Scott.

Book about sports: Whoa have we finally come to a category I can’t tick off? Ooh okay how about instead of choosing a book with an MC who plays sports (Getting Lucky Number Seven by Cindi Madsen), I pick one with an MC who covers sports? Now and then by Mira Lyn Kelly has a female MC who is an NBA camerawoman. I’m letting it count.

LGBTQ novel: Nope I got nothing. I just go for straight romances!

Book reccomendation: Okay..? If I’m going to recommend an NA book, it’s definitely going to be The Love Game by Emma Hart.

Bottom of your TBR: I assume this means a book I read which I’ve marked to be read a LONG time back. I generally pick up NA as they come so.. I’ll have to leave this blank as well.

Hey, not bad! I’ve checked 22 out of 24 boxes without even trying!

So that’s the round-up of the New Adult reading challenge I participated in this year. I’ve really got to go and do some studying now as I spent the first part of the day hanging out with friends, and hence not studying for finals. See ya tomorrow!

Did you participate in any challenges—reading or otherwise? Did you have any challenges that you set for yourself? Are you planning on having any 2018 challenges? Are you an NA romance fan? Tell me everything!

A Classic A Month challenge


Another reading challenge I’m participating in! This one is hosted by my friend Charley from awriternamedcharley. (My laptop is running out of charge so I’m going to do this fast)

This challenge is basically the title: to read one classic every month of this year. I don’t like reading classics so this will give me some motivation.

(Also, Charley I hope you don’t mind that I’m combining the signing up post with the announcement of what book I’ll be reading.)

For this month, I’ll be reading Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte which I also listed in my Beat the Blacklist challenge.


Are you participating in any reading challenges this year? Have you read Jane Eyre? Do you want to?

2017 Beat the Backlist

Hello hello hello!

There are quite a few interesting challenges this year, and most of them have been announced just in time for the new year that all my planning is not adequate?! I can’t also NOT do these just because I’ve already planned a lot of stuff (i.e. blog posts and bullet journal spreads). Anyway, this post is about me signing up for the Beat the Backlist challenge! It is hosted by NovelKnight (whose blog I found because of this challenge and I loved it immediately).

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The Beat the Backlist Challenge is focused on knocking off titles that have been on your TBR for a while, or even ones that get pushed aside for new releases. Over the years, and especially this one, we’ve noticed that new releases are getting more and more attention while our TBRs continue to grow. While we LOVE new releases, we also want to show some of those older titles love too.

This challenge doesn’t have levels or a set number of books you need to read.

YOU set your own reading goal. YOU pick the books. YOU read at your own pace.

There are going to be twitter chats, there’s an Instagram challenge for every month, there’s a Hogwarts house cup challenge (which I’m not joining in how much ever I want to because #overwhelmedwithchallenges). This challenge looks to be really thought out and I love how most of it is neatly explained in one blog post (kudos to NovelKnight!). Neat and clean explanations make me happy. Not to mention all the planning. #planninglove

(I should make a spread in my bullet journal for all the challenges etc) (will I remember to and keep up?) (hopefully)

So! I’m keeping my TBR simple for now.

  1. We Were Liars by E. Lockhart. I seriously need to get to this.
  2. The Summer I turned Pretty by Jenny Han. This has been on my TBR for SO LONG.
  3. Heartless by Marissa Meyer. I’ve had this for months, honestly.
  4. Frostfire by Amanda Hocking. I’ve read her Trylle trilogy and want to give this a go too.
  5. Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte. I’ve started it and am more than halfway through but I need to FINISH IT.
  6. The Rest of us just live here by Patrick Ness. Do I even have to say why I must read this?
  7. This Savage Song by VictoriaSchwab. Again, do I?
  8. The thousandth floor by Katharine McGee. A lot of bloggers I follow have been raving about it.
  9. Seven Days of You by Cacilia Vinesse. It sounds nice 😛
  10. Milk and Honey by Rupi Kaur. It’s been well reputed and loved and recommended to me. Plus, the author is Indian. So yeah.

This is my TBR for now. If I finish it, I’ll make another maybe. I’m excited to do this challenge!

Are you participating in any reading challenges? Have you read any of these books? Or are they on your TBR?