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The Good Reading Habits Tag

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I’m always ready for a book tag, and Sara at Millennial Book Reviews was kind enough to tag me in this one. Thanks Sara!

Rules:

  • Link to the original post.
  • List some of your good reading habits, the things you think you do well.
  • Nominate some of your blogging friends.

My Good Reading Habits

Making time to read each day

I set aside time every day to read. While I generally read as much as possible, I specifically read before bed. It has replaced watching television before bed, and it seems like I get more restful sleep that way.

Always growing my TBR list

I’ve always got my eyes open for new books to add to my TBR list. Seeing interesting books that others have mentioned, checking out upcoming and recent releases, and getting suggestions from some really amazing people (shout out to Kristy from Caffeinated Fae for being my book suggestion guru, and Kim for picking which books I read in January and introducing me to some of my favorite series).

Making a monthly list of books to read

I have a long, long list of books to read, and I add books to it almost daily. In order to prevent getting overwhelmed, I make a list of the books I’m planning to read each month. This helps me return my library books on time, and ensure that my ARCs and reviews are read and posted in time. It also makes it easier to decide which book to read next, since I’m a finish-one-book-start-the-next-right-away kind of girl.

These are my good reading habits. I’m looking forward to hearing about yours too!

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And anyone else who wants to participate!

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