Hello dear people, how is your new year so far? Don’t slip on those resolutions. You can do this. We can do this.
So, in the last post, I gave a detailed rundown of my 2020 progress. Unfortunately, I didn’t reach my target of a hundred books or the other goals I plan to achieve with this blog. On that basis, I didn’t see the need of setting new goals while the old ones remain unattended.
In that light, my reading goals still remains a hundred books, If I can do more than that. Beautiful. However, my target is a hundred books. No slipping this time.
I also mentioned in the first post, that I would be unveiling a new surprise on this blog. Ladies and Gentlemen, *Drumroll*, without further ado, I present to you; Flash Fiction Friday!
For those that are not familiar with the term. Flash fiction is a segment of fictional stories that are briefer than short stories.
Every Friday, I would be uploading a flash fiction written by yours truly. It would be of diverse genres. And if of course, you’d like to participate you can message me of any of the social media platforms linked to this account or send me an e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org). All credits go to you, of course.
Book Reviews would be once a month at least. I’m not going to bite more than I can chew with that one. I don’t like rushing reviews. I like to take my time to write them, as someone took as his or her time to write a detailed story.
Last but not the least, this year would include some interview with fellow bloggers, writers or authors. So stay tuned.
This is the run-down of 2021. Without wasting a breath, let’s dive right into January’s TBR’s.
- The Glass Hotel by Emily St. John Mendel
- The Girl with the Louding Voice by Abi Daré
- When You See Me by Lisa Gardner
- The Death of Vivek Oji by Akwaeke Emezi
- Black Sunday by Tola Rotimi Abraham
- My Sister The Serial Killer by Oyinkan Braithwaite
- Riot Baby by Tochi Onyebuchi
I’m excited to read all of these books. Every. Single. One. Of. Them. Have you read anyone of these? And what are your January TBR’s? I’d be happy to get new recommendations.
I’ve also linked all the books to goodreads, where you can decide to get a copy on Amazon or any other online store of your choice.
Don’t forget. I’m still your fave bee❣