Top Ten Tuesday – Bookish Resolutions/Goals


TTT was created by the girls of Broke and Bookish  and now is hosted by Jana over at  The Arsty Reader Girl

I  have already mentioned in  another post my Goals  but  never hurts to have a reminder of them as we are half through January already  and I’m failing definitely on some….

Read a 1000 books as we got  to have a crazy goal right?

I tried this a couple years ago and failed spectacularly and but I’m giving this another go this year and give it a good go. If you want to follow my adventures, feel free to add me on Goodreads. I’m always open to new friends

Get in to a  routine  with blogging. 

For  most of the time I have been blogging, I have been flying by the seat of my pants. I have tried a few options but nothing has  made me stick to a routine. However it’s a new year and I’m determined to get into a schedule so I have more time for reading of course . And so far I have managed to do  it

Restore posts earlier then May 2017.


Last year my blog went into a meltdown and I nearly lost over five years of this blog. Luckily for me I managed to recover them but I haven’t gotten around to upload most of the posts to the blog and it feels like my blog is missing a  part of me.

Do more discussion posts

This is straight forward but in the last couple of years. I haven’t been doing  these posts or memo ones. I missed doing them and I’m determined to do a year of TTT

Feature and review more non review books.

A bulk of my reading is books I read just for fun and I have found some gems over the years  that  I want to shout to world just read them.

Keep track of what I receive for review

I have a good general idea but does gets crazy at certain points of year and I have 2017  review copies I want to read still.

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  1. Finding a good routine with blogging is something I SO need to do. Instead, for example, the book review I plan to publish tomorrow needs to be finish, formatted, and scheduled still – all of which I’ll be working on up until I hit that publish button. Perhaps 2018 will be a great year for those of us who’d like to find that good schedule. 🙂

    Discussion posts are always great, and like you, those are something I’d like to write more of to.

    Happy 2018 – and best of luck with your goals!! 🙂
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  2. Finding a routine for my blogging is something that I am trying to do this year too. Right now, I’m not sure what that is, but I am working on it 🙂 Discussion posts are another priority for me as well — there are so many lovely discussion posts out there, I get a wee bit intimidated that I’m not going to be adding anything of consequence *face palm*

  3. I too want to organise my blog and keep up with all the scheduling 😀 And yes reading backlist books is the priority for me this year. And 1000 books?? Woah, you go girl 🙂 But I am wondering, how do you even do that?
    I hope you accomplish all of your goals this year 🙂

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  4. YES! A routine with blogging should’ve been one of my main goals! I’ve recently just stepped back into the book-blogoverse, and while I’m know to start off REAL strong, I tend to taper off as the months go because I get disappointed with my efforts, or just plain old worn out with it. >.< But I think if I make a real effort to reach out to other blogs, I might get a better outcome than what I've received in the past!

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