Top 5 Books I Want to Read Before 2016: TOP 5 THURSDAY

Top 5 Thursday is a new series of posts I will be starting on my blog. Every Thursday I’ll have a list of five bookish related things to share with you all! I hope you enjoy this series and feel free to join if you would like. 🙂

This Thursday’s topic is Top 5 Books I Want to Read Before 2016. Believe it or not, this year is coming to an end meaning we all have to rush to finish up the books we wanted to read at the beginning of 2015! Here is my list:Screen Shot 2015-11-19 at 7.07.41 PM

  1. City of Bones by Cassandra Clare: I always hear about how amazing The Mortal Instruments series is, but I have never even thought about reading it (I know, I know, you’re all gasping in shock). But I am a book blogger/reviewer so I feel I absolutely need to read this series so I can finally join in on the discussion! This series is also becoming a TV show called The Shadowhunters in early 2016 so I need to read at least the first book before then! Read more

How To Read MORE

“How do you read so much?” “I want to read… but I don’t have any time!” “Do you just like read all day? How do you have time?” These are questions I get asked A LOT by friends, classmates, and coworkers. As someone who spends a lot of time reading but also a lot of time doing school work, working, and hanging out with friends and family, I thought I would share how I read and how you can read MORE.

1. Set a designated time everyday to readScreen Shot 2015-08-20 at 5.16.59 PM

After a long day of doing homework or working, there’s nothing better than knowing you already have a set time to read and unwind. For me, this time is around 9 o’clock at night. It gives me an hour or more to read before I have to go to bed. Having this kind of a routine will motivate you to read, even if you only end up reading 5 pages! Your set time could be 7 o’clock in the morning before you have to get ready for school or work, 5 o’clock in the afternoon, or whenever you know you won’t have any plans. You’ll notice that having time for yourself to just READ will increase how much you read. Read more