New Year’s Book Resolutions

I know that this book tag is a little overdue but I don't think it's ever too late to make New Year's Book Resolutions!

I saw this tag on A Book Lovers Playlist by Kayleigh, who had originally seen it on Heather's YouTube channel.

So, now that the right people have been credited... let's get started!

To make these resolutions more likely to be successful, I've tried using books that I already have on my shelves. I will come back at the end of the year to see how I've coped!

1. An author you'd like to read (that you've never read before)
Jonathan Coe.

2. A book you'd like to read.
The Paying Guests by Sarah Waters.

3. A classic you'd like to read.
To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee.

4. A book you'd like to re-read.
Snow by Maxence Fermine.

5. A book you've had for ages and want to read.
The Feminine Mystique by Betty Friedan.

6. A big book you'd like to read.
The Stranger’s Child by Alan Hollinghurst.

7. An author you've previously read and want to read more of.
Lionel Shriver.

8. A book you got for Christmas and would like to read.
I didn't get any books for Christmas. I don’t know why… I can’t understand how people never know what to get me. It’s so simple. A book. ANY book!

9. A series you want to read (start and finish)
I’m not a big fan of series so I don’t have an answer for this one.

10. A series you want to finish (that you've already started)
The Saz Martin series by Stella Duffy. I have read the first two books and I believe there are at least another two.

11. Do you set reading goals? If so, how many books do you want to read in 2018?
I would like to read an average of one book per week. So, 52 in 2018.

12. Any other reading goals?
I would like to listen to more audiobooks and I’d like to explore graphic novels. If you have any recommendations, I'm all ears.

Please share the link to your New Year's Resolutions book tag in the comments below or on Twitter. I'm curious to see what you'll all be reading this year! 


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