In 2023 I am going to keep a log of what books I read. I do have a Book Review blog, that's here.
I do review books for this company Graff Martin, and the site is called Nut's About Books. If you click on the name there is a link if you want to apply to be one of the reviewers.
I write reviews over on my book review blog about the books I receive from that company. Though I do read a lot more books but don't review every book I read; maybe I should? I don't have a problem with doing a log, but am lazy at reviewing 😉
I will probably add the list on my side bar with links to the books and go from there.
I have just read this book:
Here is a link to the book overview on Amazon; it was a very light read, I call it a shopping list book, where you don't have to concentrate too hard to understand the story, I can also be thinking of other things.
One other thing I am going to do, is I don't like a book after reading 25% of it, I am not going to fight on with it. There are too many books in the world I haven't read, why read something you don't like?
One of my goals this coming year is to read what I have in the house, donate the books, and then use the library to borrow books. Since covid I have been very lazy in using the library and have been buying them instead. Granted I try and buy them from either Book Outlet a site I highly recommend or I buy the 3 books for $10 at Chapters/Indigo here in Canada.
Book Outlet has both a Canadian site and a US site. The only snag with looking on Book Outlet, I can be on that site for hours...LOL I have a weakness for books. I do though read them only once then donate them. Rarely do I read a book twice.
My genre of books is historical fiction. However, I find my tastes changing and love a spy/thriller/mystery/murder type book every now and then.
Do you read books more than once? Also do you love reading? What genre of books are your go to?