There is nothing better than a good spring cleaning. I know it is almost summer, but better late than never. I saw this over at Evelynreads.com and couldn’t resist tagging along. Be sure to check out Evelyn’s blog to see her wonderful answers.
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- Tag as many friends as you want!
- Have fun!
1. Getting started: A book series you’ve been meaning to read
Oh, so many choices, but I think these are the two that I keep bringing up as ones I want to start. The second book in the Impostors series comes out in the fall, but there are four books in the series. Maybe I should hold off bit longer. It looks like the same for Skyward, but the first two books are out, so I think this just went to the top of the list.
2. Cleaning/organizing the closet: The best way to organize books
So you would think that being a librarian my books shelves would be organized!. But alas, I can not say that is true. Now this is not what it does look like, but there is no rhyme or reason to my organization. About the only thing I can say is that series are together, and even some authors are together, but not all.
3. Getting rid of unnecessary things: book/series you no longer need
Hmm, not sure how to answer this one. I tend to regularly purge my books. I don’t buy that many for myself, most of the ones I have are special ones to me, or I received them from publishers at conferences and I haven’t read them yet. I don’t think I have any books right now that I am thinking of purging. Although I have been thinking about going through my Goodreads Want to Read shelf which is getting a bit unmanageable.
4. Get some air: your favorite light-hearted read
When I think of lighthearted, I of course go to what makes me smile and laugh the whole time I am reading it. These three certainly fit that bill.
5. Clean out the kitchen cupboards: Favorite food-themed read
This is another one that kind of stumped me. I don’t tend to read food themed stories, but these three have lots of food talk and descriptions of delicious sounding food in them.
6. Dust the shelves: What’s the fifth book on your bookshelf
7. Wishing for the end: a 2020 release you’re really excited about
So so many to choose from, but if we’re talking about most excited it would have to be these four.
8. Long but satisfying: The longest book series you’ve read
The longest series I have read is all of the Disc-World books by Sir Terry Pratchett. There are 41 books and yes I have read them all, some of them more than once.
That was a lot of fun. I hope you enjoyed it too. Consider yourself tagged if you want to join in!