Just as a warning, this post is going to be a rambling mess. Today I want to talk about some of the books I'm currently reading, and some books I want to read very soon. I didn't put a TBR in my recent wrap up post like usual, because I have no idea how much I'm going to be reading this month since I'm starting university! Next week! I never really thought about what would happen when I got out of high school, but now it's happening and it's so weird... In a good way though, I think. So after three and a half months of absolutely no responsibilities I'm being thrust into hardcore study and I don't know if my reading is going to suffer.
Something else to note, as you will see, is that I figured out how to make tables stay in the centre of the page, so this is going to revolutionise my future wrap up posts :P
Anyway, after having a dodgy reading month in Feb, I still have some books from that TBR to read.
I've also currently got The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern out from the library, so I'm going to get to that soon too. I've heard nothing but good things about it, so hopefully my expectations aren't too high! I'm in the queue for both Red Queen and Every Word as well. I'm super excited for Red Queen because I haven't read anything like it in a while and it sounds amazing! I put Every Word on hold because I finished Every Breath this morning and enjoyed it well enough.
I also still have some books I own that I haven't read yet! In the coming while, I'm hoping to read The Iron Trial, finish Heir of Fire and start Falling Kingdoms. All of these I've talked about before, so I'm not going to say anything else about them.
This list is quite overwhelming to me, but at least I know that I will finish these books. Whether it takes a month or three, it doesn't really matter - at least, I'm trying to convince myself of that!
What's on your near-future TBR?
(Please help me out!)
Going off-topic, I was also considering whether I should make a blog button or not. What do you think about blog buttons? Are they all that useful?
I'm also thinking about making a "favourite blogs" page. My biggest concern with this is that it's going to take a long time, and I'm not sure if it would be worth the effort - do people actually visit "favourite blogs" pages?
Thanks for sticking with me if you got to the end of this admittedly boring post!