I am probably one of the most unorganised people to walk this earth! Every week I intend to do a weekly update to collect my posts and reviews. But I think this is only the second time I actually get around to do it.
Here’s my reviews from the last week:
- Tracking Fate: Reverse Harem (Ravana Clan Legacy Book 2)
- Goddess (Starcrossed #3)
- Everything He Wants: Obedience (book #1)
- Held by Magic: A Reverse Harem Urban Fantasy (The Demon’s Covenant Book 1) | ARC review
- Private Prick by (Carnal Mischief #2) | ARC review
- Everything He Wants: Lies (book #2)
- Letters to an English Professor (The Connaghers #1) | Review
- Dear Sir, I’m Yours (The Connaghers #2) | Review
I also hit my first follower milestone 50 followers, yep, I’m still over the moon with that one. And I’ve been tagged and nominated for a lot of different things, which I love, so please don’t stop tagging me 😀
- The Entertainer Blogger Award
- Liebster Award
- Mid-Year Freak Out Tag 2018
- 3 Days, 3 Quotes tag
- FIFA World Cup Book Tag
- The Book Addiction Tag
- The Lunar Chronicles Book Tag
I’ve gotten around to use the build in “schedule” tool for my posts, which have helped me manage my posts a lot better. This is especially great as it seems summer is finally here, which to me means I HAVE to get as tanned as possible. Oh, and thanks to the amazing Lori I think *fingers crossed* that I’ve finally learned to use WordPress’ pingback, so people can actually see when I tag them in stuff. Thanks a lot for spelling it out for me, Lori ❤
DNF’ing a book sounds like one of the easiest thing to do. You pick up the book, don’t like it? Then stop. Don’t finish. Put it aside, save it for a rainy day or just forget about it.
I constantly see bloggers and people on Goodreads saying that they had to DNF a book. And I envy them! For some reason, it’s really hard for me to do. Once I start a book my curiosity makes it almost impossible for me to stop reading. This sucks because this turn books I don’t like into chore reads and more often than not, it leaves me feeling drained once I’m done.
Whenever I talk to people about it IRL, they look at me like I’m crazy and ask the inevitable question: “why don’t you just stop reading if you don’t enjoy the book?” and I don’t know how to explain to people, that it’s not “just” something that comes easy for me. Obviously, the less invested I am the easier it should be to DNF the book – at least in theory. But when I try I usually end up second guessing myself. Did I give up to quickly? But what if THAT happens, would that make the book better? It’s actually quite frustrating.
So, I’d like to ask fellow readers: do you have an easy or hard time DNG’ing a book? What makes you decide to DNF a book?
I hope y’all have had a great week!