My 2020 Book Plans…

I’ve had a pretty tough reading 2019.

Book slumps have come more frequently and have lasted longer than any year before and it makes me so sad! Then I over analyse why…..and it’s a vicious circle of all the WHY’S!!!!

For 2020 I’m having a year off my normal schedule!

  • No arcs (only review teams I am on),
  • No Netgalley requests
  • No reading lists,
  • No challenges,
  • Try and read 1 book a week,
  • Get the joy of reading back!

I have quite a large tbr so I plan on picking books off there, reading my Fairyloot books I receive and gorging on new releases I fancy……all guilt and pressure free!

Honestly it feels so great just typing this so I know I need it!

What are your book plans for 2020?

10 thoughts on “My 2020 Book Plans…

  1. I think it is super respectable to take a step back and re-find your love for reading! There is so much pressure on the bookternet to stay up-to-date with ARCs and new releases and it can be so easy to feel like you’re falling behind if you’re not reading all of the same books as everyone else… but it’s impossible to read every book that’s released PLUS review them PLUS interact with other readers online!! I hope you have a great start to the new year and that everything you read is extra fulfilling because you can take your time with it 🙂

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  2. I’ve slumped a lot more this year too, so I can relate! Sometimes taking a break from the usual routine helps, I agree. I didn’t do any challenges in 2019 and I’m probably going to do the same in 2020!!!

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    1. I have heard loads of people with more slumps than usual this year, it’s an epidemic!!! I am really looking forward to it so I know it’s the righ thing to do 😁


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