BookMas: Reading Goals for 2020!!

So this is the blog post and video I really loved making every year! I love planning goals and trying my hardest to complete them in a year time!! I am going to focus on both my challenge goals and also my general goal! In the video bellow, I will chat through them all!!

Challenges!!

  1. I will be participating in the a. Beat the Backlist challenge ( 50 books) b. GoodReads challenge 100 books (150 books) c. Pop Sugar Challenge, TBR and Beyond, Little Inkling challenges.

Other Goals:

  1. Professional Goals: Blog: 150, Youtube:300, Instagram:500 *followers*
  2. Read at least 12 audiobooks a year and my Challenge goal is to listen to two audiobooks a month.
  3. Find Homes for 100 books that I have read
  4. Read 50% of my NYCC books and BEA books by BEA 2020.
  5. Complete the Secondary Harry Potter Cannon
  6. Read At least 3 different genres every month.
  7. Complete 2020 booklists and use my planners.
  8. Complete the Cinder Williams Chima Canon and Tamora Pierce Cannon.
  9. Try and read on my Kindle more
  10. Read at least 10 books that are not young adult and middle grade and 5 graphic novels.
  11. Do a true 24 hour read-athon.
  12. Complete my Challenges
  13. Be less stressed to complete books by the end of the week or month!!

Let me know if you are making reading goals in 2020! Tell me in the comments what are they!!

Later book lovers!!

The Map From here to there (Arc Review)

The Map from Here to There  by Emery Lord

Published by   Bloomsbury YA on January 7, 2020

Genres: Young Adult, Contemporary

Pages: 368

Format: ARC

Source: BEA

2020 challenge: New Release

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I would give this book 4.5 for a review.

Summary!!!

Acclaimed author Emery Lord crafts a gorgeous story of friendship and identity, daring to ask: What happens after happily ever after?

It’s senior year, and Paige Hancock is finally living her best life. She has a fun summer job, great friends, and a super charming boyfriend who totally gets her. But senior year also means big decisions. Weighing “the rest of her life,” Paige feels her anxiety begin to pervade every decision she makes. Everything is exactly how she always wanted it to be–how can she leave it all behind next year? In her head, she knows there is so much more to experience after high school. But in her heart, is it so terrible to want everything to stay the same forever? 

Emery Lord’s award-winning storytelling shines with lovable characters and heartfelt exploration of life’s most important questions. 

My Thoughts:

I thought this was such a solid standalone novel to the first book in this series the start of me and you. I loved how this book was again set along almost a whole year of their life and took place directly after book 1. I hoped this book would have took us to the the end of summer but it only went to spring break. I am secretly hoping we get a third book to complete this series. I really loved the main characters in this book and the topics that were discussed. I loved the pace of this novel and really flew through it. I did not love the opening ending, but I am hoping we get a concluding novel. I really did loved the dynamics of this characters in this novel and how they changed from the start of this series. It was a great read!