I thought I was doing reasonably well with only buying four books this month, but then I had a bit of an end of the month splurge. It was for a good reason though so I guess it’s not too naughty of me.
I didn’t get much in the way of physical books this month, but somehow wound up with a handful of e-arcs. It doesn’t exactly help with reducing my TBR pile but they sounded too good to pass up.
I have to say given that it was my birthday in March I did fairly well and only acquired four books, meaning my goal to read more than what I accumulate each month is back in action.
Self-control is seemingly a foreign concept to me. “No more books,” she said. “Get through your TBR pile first,” she said. And yet somehow I gained 4 paperbacks, 4 e-books and 1 e-galley this month. I’m useless.
In continuation with the theme of not sticking to the goals I set for myself this year, I was a bit naughty and acquired four books in January. To be fair though two of them were ARCs so at least I didn’t go completely rogue.
I had to postpone the writing of my Christmas book haul due to changes in seeing my family over the festive season but I’ve finally received all my gifts and so can now share my books with you.
I went on Amazon to order a book as part of my mum’s Christmas present and somehow ended up ordering six books for myself as well. Oops. To be fair they were on offer (3 for £10) so can you really blame me?