New Year’s Book Tag

Posted January 1, 2021 by Kim in Book Tags / 1 Comment

New Year's Book Tag

I’m not sure who the creator of this tag is, but I first saw it on Kristin Kraves Books. It looked like a fun way to kick off 2021, so I decided to participate too. Since I spent the last week looking back over my 2020 reading, it only seems fitting to look *forward* today.

How many books are you planning to read in 2021?

I’m almost afraid to answer this question given how poorly my 2020 reading went. I think I changed my Goodreads Reading Challenge goal something like 5 times over the course of the year because, well, my reading was so sporadic. That said, I think I’m going to set my goal at 100 for 2021. Hopefully, I’ll get my mojo back and crush it so hard I’ll have to raise it midway through the year.

Name 5 books that you didn’t get to this past year but want to make a priority in 2020.

Beach Read How to Fail at Flirting Take a Hint Dani Brown The Devil of Downtown Daring and the Duke

Beach Read | How to Fail at Flirting | Take a Hint, Dani Brown | The Devil of Downtown | Daring and the Duke

Learn more about some of the Books I Wish I’d Made Time to Read in 2020.

What genre do you want to read more of?

Romance. You might say “but don’t you already read enough romance?” and I’ll always respond “there’s no such thing as enough romance!” I read what brings me joy and I’m gonna keep doing it. Sure, I’ll mix in some nonfiction and other fiction genres very occasionally, but I have no plans for a major shift.

Name 3 not-related-to-book goals for 2021.

  1. Be kind to myself.
  2. Practice self-care.
  3. Be more organized.

What’s a book you have had forever and are determined to read?

Tempting the Bodyguard

I thoroughly enjoyed the first two titles in this steamy series but never got around to finishing it out. There’s really no excuse not to because these books are short, quick reads.

Unrelated: holy crap, after looking at my Goodreads TBR to find one of the oldest titles on there I know this much — I need to do some cleaning out. What a mess.

One word that you’re hoping 2021 will be.

Better. Interpret that however you’d like. 😉

Let’s Chat

Tell me about your bookish goals or books you’d like to get to in 2021.
Or, if you feel like sharing, tell me another of your 2021 goals, if you’re setting them.


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