The fourth (and final full!) week of my ARC-tober Reading Challenge is done! What do you say we take a look at my progress and the books I read?
A quick reminder of the ARC-tober rules:
- Read ARCs
- Use #ARCtober on social media to check-in
My main goal is pretty simple — read 15 ARCs in October. My secondary goal would be to *actually* write reviews for said ARCs before the end of the month.
I’m giving myself credit for four ARCs this week, even if one of them was an audio review copy that I ended up buying the ebook for so I could finish it more quickly. (Shhhh. Don’t tell.) Not a bad week at all, honestly, especially considering I had one day of road tripping and another day where I didn’t read hardly at all because I went to a football game. But let’s not talk about that. Drive was utterly amazing. Easily one of my favorites of 2017. Read my (spoiler free) review if you’d like to know more. Tapping That Asset was fun, filthy and exactly what I needed after finishing Drive. I don’t even have words for American King yet. It was gut-wrenching at times, hotter than any book I’ve ever read at others… and it definitely made me cry. If I could give it more than five stars, I would. The Learning Hours was my first Sara Ney book, but it won’t be my last. I loved it so much. Rhett and Lauren gave me major heart eyes.
This leaves me 13/15 for the challenge so far! (And 6/13 on my secondary review challenge!)
Are you doing ARC-tober with me?
How’d your fourth week go?