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End of the Year Book Tag

This is a tag that really just talks about my reading plans for the rest of the year. Which there's not much left of! But I wanted to do it anyway. If you want to do this tag go for it! I wasn't tagged but I'm still doing it anyway. I'm a rebel... a really weird rebel haha. 

Anyway, let's just get to this little butterflies! 


1) Are there any books you started this year you need to finish?

Nope. I usually read every book I start or I go ahead and DNF it so it's not bothering me anymore. There is a series I wanted to finish this year and didn't get to so I'll be carrying that over into 2020. The Throne of Glass series is one of my favorites but I've yet to actually finish it. I never read past Empire of Storms because I'm not the biggest fan of Chaol but I will finish this series next year! 


2) Do you have an autumnal book to transition to the end of the year?

Nope! I got Christmas books to read but nothing autumn related. 

3) Is there a new release you’re still waiting for?

Not any left in this year. I mean Reverie came out on December 3rd but I did already read that book. Which is amazing by the way! 


4) What are three books you want to read before the end of the year?

Just books off my Christmas TBR. But I can add two more books to that list! So many holiday books so little time! GRRRR! 

5) Is there a book that you think could still shock you and become your FAVORITE?

This is a tough one! I hope every book I read will become a favorite because that means I'm enjoying it but I've read so many books that I fear I'm a little jaded and most books to me these days are good but none knock my socks off. But I'm always hopeful! 

6) Have you already made reading plans for 2020?

Not really. My own personal goal of reading 200 books is always there but otherwise I'm a mood reader. I know that I do want to read more books outside my comfort zone and hope to find some good ones. I started this year but I didn't read nearly enough. 

That's it for this one! I hope you're having a wonderful week and a great day! Happy Reading little butterflies! 

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