Upon discovering a few new blogs, I also discovered this tag on Book Princess Reviews. Though I wasn’t nominated, I felt a bit cheeky and decided to do it anyways. The month is a bit of inbetween season so I’m sorry for the lack of interesting posts. It’s too early to get excited for Christmas but I am thinking up some creative ideas for that season anyways… oops. The Good Reading Habits Tag was created to bring recognition to your good reading habits – instead of what you want to improve. It’s a very positive ideas and just what I need at the moment!
- Pingback to the creator’s post!
- List some of your good reading habits, the things you think you do well
- Nominate some of your blogging friends
Keeping A Small TBR
I’m very good at keeping my TBR small. At the moment it stands at only 22 books and most of them I will be seeking out at the library instead of buying. Having a small TBR means that I can go to library and pick up the books I want with freedom – instead of sticking to a TBR. This method works best for me because I’m a mood reader.
Finding The Cheapest Prices
If I have borrowed a book from the library and enjoyed it beyond belief (like The Hunger Games) then I will often proceed to buying it because I know I will read it again and again. I managed to find the whole trilogy undamaged in a charity shop for £3. Though this means I only ever browse in bookstores like Waterstones and WHSmith, it also means that I do not impulse buy.
I Don’t Buy ‘Bookish’ Items
Bookstagram is teeming with a hype to buy candles, stickers and various props for photos. It’s totally unnecessary and very wasteful. Though I would like my photos to look more decorated – fairy lights will do the trick. You can be a successful bookstagrammer without all of that!
Kay @ Hammock Of Books
Marta @ The Book Mermaid
Rebecca @ What Rebecca’s Read
Vinny @ Artsy Draft
Xandra @ Starry Sky Books
Olivia @ Purely Olivia
Thank you so much for reading today’s post! Please feel welcome to participate in this tag even if I haven’t nominated you. I know that you can’t see much creativity in the past few posts but I’m really struggling for ideas that are easy to do. If you have any ideas then please leave them below and, as always, collaborations are welcome!
I hope you have a lovely November,