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Top 5 Books with a Polar Setting

This Top 5 series is a weekly meme created by Amanda @ Devouring Books.

Each week we’ll 5 book featuring the common theme provided. These can be books that we’ve read, or ones that are still on our TBRs. I’ll note beside each one if I’ve read the book yet or not, and provide a link to my review if I have one. 

A fortnight ago I picked 5 books with desert settings, so this week I’ve decided to polar settings.

 Feel free to share your own favourites or give me more TBR suggestions in the comments.

As always, in no particular order…

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Top 5 Books with Blood on the Cover

This Top 5 series is a weekly meme created by Amanda @ Devouring Books.

Each week we’ll 5 book featuring the common theme provided. These can be books that we’ve read, or ones that are still on our TBRs. I’ll note beside each one if I’ve read the book yet or not, and provide a link to my review if I have one. 

Feel free to share your own favourites or give me more TBR suggestions in the comments.

As always, in no particular order…

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Top 5 Books with Desert Settings

This Top 5 series is a weekly meme created by Amanda @ Devouring Books.

Each week we’ll share 5 book featuring the common theme provided. These can be books that we’ve read, or ones that are still on our TBRs. I’ll note beside each one if I’ve read the book yet or not.

I somehow managed to utterly lose track of last week’s Top Five Saturday, so I’ve decided to catch up with that topic this week.

 Feel free to share your own favourites or give me more TBR suggestions in the comments.

As always, in no particular order…

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Reader Problems Tag

Another tag I’ve spotted over at Alice in Bookland. This time we’re looking at reading habits instead of specific books.

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You have twenty thousand books in your TBR. How do you decide which book you will read next?

New releases I’m excited about and ARCs that are due usually come first since they’re fresh in my mind.

Other than that, I love readathons for the community and gameplay feel of them. As a nice bonus, matching up my enormous Goodreads TBR and the books I already own to the prompt is both fun and a great way to prioritise a months reading, often reminding my of books I’d forgotten about.

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