I’m definitely a mood reader but sometimes a person gets overwhelmed by a mood to read all the books at once (and watch all the films) so I’ve long since been looking for an excuse to do the Try a Chapter Book Tag (created by Book Paradise) in order to narrow down my options.
This could also be called: What I’m Currently Reading that I’m almost too Embarrassed to Put on Goodreads, Indecision Queen, How Not to Finish Pride and Prejudice or Perhaps You Missed the Point of this Tag.
But I seriously had the best of intentions!
It started on Sunday when I finished several books I was reading. My main goal was…
Which came out today and you bet I’ve already gotten my hands on it. (Which Congratulations Barnes and Noble for the first time in weeks you haven’t let me down!)
Me: (After checking several times over the last week.) Do you have the Aquaman edition of Entertainment Weekly?
Polite Salesgirl: (Double checks) Looks like we only got that edition…
(Points to the Jurassic World Special Collectors Edition of which there are about 100!)
Me: Well you know your customers well.
No. I didn’t say that last part. Besides I couldn’t find that stupid magazine anywhere! But I’ve gotten off track. I wanted something to tide me over so I thought perfect time to try the tag!
This showed up in a subscription box and was my first choice since it’s written in letter format to all Twinkle’s favorite female directors I figured it would be quick. It does read quick which is good because it takes a while to get into and before I know it I was probably 80-90 pages in when I decided to also give a try to…
This is the first of a fantasy series and honestly I was expecting this to start rather slow and be a bit easy to put down. Lots of intrigue, politics, myth and history. But damn it! Throw me a character that I immediately want to see die and I’m 150 or so pages in before I have to work!
Needless to say I’m enjoying Falling Kingdoms.
But then I was approved for a Netgalley copy of…
Which I didn’t realize I would have to read on my computer and once I bloody figured out how to make that work you bet I’m reading through it. So far I’m actually enjoying this story which seems like a portal worlds thing and has two strong sisters involved it’s just a pain in the butt to read on my computer.
And you’d think that would be enough but technically the tag is for 5 books and I had nearly finished Pride and Prejudice which was my “work” book and Mae is for Netgalley so I needed two more options since My Plain Jane was a done deal which is how I also wound up starting…
I got eight or so chapters into this story about a siren who rips out Prince’s hearts and a Prince/Captain hunting her. Honestly, this one is interesting but iffy. I’m worried about where this relationship will be headed. I also tried…
Which also started off pretty strong. Family. Betrayal. War. What’s not to like? Though honestly I think there’s something about Vikings that make me think… Winter. But for now I’m intrigued enough to keep reading. Going back and forth between this one and To Kill a Kingdom at work.
So if the point of the tag is to pick one I obviously failed.
Why are there so many good books????
And I’m finishing those last three chapters of Pride and Prejudice tonight!
Oh, and if I’m being completely honest I’m also currently listening to
But for some reason my mind doesn’t count audio books as books probably because they’re on my phone and I always have that with me. Or it just gives me an excuse to devour more books because audio books take me longer?
I’m also working my way through-
Which I don’t really count because it’s more of a “find your way with the help of Disney characters” that can be read here and there in chunks.
Next time I try this tag I might actually narrow it down to one book!