Happy New Year’s, everyone!
I was tagged for the New Year’s Book Tag by my very good friend, Emma, at Bookish Daughters of the King. She’s a very sweet blogger, and a very nice person. I love to talk with her about books, and I’m honored to do this book tag. Thanks so much, Emma!
How many books are you planning to read in 2022?
Well, just like Emma, I don’t like to set too strict a goal for how many books I’m going to read, but I think I’ll go for over 50! The problem is, I have trouble remembering to keep track of the books I read, but I’m definitely going to be trying this year!
Name 5 books that you didn’t get to this year but want to make a priority in 2022:
Well, I want to keep reading Melanie Dickerson’s Hagenheim series (I’ve read two of them already, and enjoyed them both). I’m also so excited to read Porch Swing Girl by Taylor Bennett (I’m hoping to read it this summer, maybe). I’m looking into reading From the Start by Melissa Tagg, and I’m also looking to read something by Francine Rivers, or even something by Karen Kingsbury. I’ve got a lot of books I want to read!
What genre do you want to read more of?
Well, I’d like to try and read some more Christian fiction, but I’m also trying to read more non-fiction pieces, and I hope to read a lot more classics, too!
Name 3 non book related goals for 2022:
I want to work more on my Bible reading routine, keeping up on my bullet journal, and improving my cooking skills. I have lots of goals, but those are three of them!
What’s a book that you’ve had forever that you still need to read?
Um… I’m not actually sure. Usually, if I get a book, I read it pretty quickly. I have a collection of Charles Dickens books, and I’m thinking about reading one of those soon, but I’m still considering some other options. I have a few books that I’m going to be able to get on Hoopla (my digital library), and I want to get to some of those, but usually I read a book pretty quickly if I actually buy it, hehe.
What’s one book you started in 2021 and plan to finish in 2022?
My mom and I began reading The Fiddler by Beverly Lewis a few days ago, and we’re going to finish that this year, so I guess that counts, hehe!
One word that you’re hoping 2022 will be:
Well, the word I’m hoping my blog will define this year is peaceful. I want to make my little corner of the Internet a safe and peaceful Christian environment for people who are trying to live their lives for Jesus.
Tag a friend!
I want to tag Alicia Marentette from Alicia Marentette!
Well, Happy New Year to all of you, and I hope you have a great time! God bless you, and thanks again, Emma!