October Is Here | Goals and TBRs

Hello October

Where has the year gone?  The days just seem to fly by and before you know it we are in  October!  Someone needs to invent a contraption to slow time down. My goodness!

What fun plans do you have for October?

Goals for this month:

  1. Focus on a minimum of 2 blog posts a week.
  2. Continue to grow my social media accounts (increase by 6%)
  3. Read more and clean up my NetGalley shelf
  4. *REMEMBER* PROGRESS OVER PERFECTION (There will be hiccups along the way, just keep moving forward)

Octobers TBRs:

Her Last Move

 

Her Last Move

by John Marrs

 

The Spy who was left behind

 

The Spy Who Was Left Behind

by Michael Pullara

 

An Anonymous Girl

 

An Anonymous Girl

by Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen

 

The Case of the Golden State KIller

 

The Case Of The Golden State Killer

by Michael Morford and Michael Ferguson

 

Painless

 

Painless

by Marty Thornley

 

I’m excited to see what this month brings. 

What books are on your TBR list for this month?

September Is Here! Goals and TBRs for this month

I am so excited to be moving into September! A new month, with new opportunities.

Goals for this month:

  1. Increase my posts to the blog
  2. Continue to grow my social media accounts (increase by 6%)
  3. Create a blogging schedule, and stick to it
  4. *REMEMBER* PROGRESS OVER PERFECTION (There will be hiccups along the way, just keep moving forward)

Septembers TBRs:

SeptTBRs

Sweet Little Lies by Caz Frear

Not That I Could Tell by Jessica Strawser

Our Kind Of Cruelty by Araminta Hall

Final Girls by Riley Sager

I also have a few e-books, courtesy of NetGalley, that I have also added to my TBR List.

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Perfect Girls (Detective Rachel Prince Book 3) by Alison James. (This one I wasn’t sure if I should include in this months  TBR list as I am a little over half way through it…But I’ll finish it in September, so I thought, why not?!

The Wife’s Secret by Kerry Wilkinson.

 

I’m excited to see what this month brings. 

What books are on your TBR list for this month?