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Grimoires’ Notes (Oct tbr part 2)

Happy sunday, everyone !

In case you haven’t seen my part 1 – please do go follow the link to give you an idea of what my tbr for October was, in the date of the end of September.

Today’s post is now Lauren’s last blogoween prompt, which is of course called “Grimoire’s notes”, which is basically an update on what you did read, what your thoughts was, and anything else you may wanna add. Feel free to go visit her post here.

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They got my back, or 5 characters i’d want by my side during Zombie Apocalypse!

Good morning !

That’s right, sticking with another #blogoween prompt today ; this time pinpoint on the right date and not late for once ! This prompt was imagined by Kaleena @ reader voratious ; you can see hers [here]. As you can tell by the title, today’s prompt is which 5 characters I would want in case of a zombie apocalypse!

Spoiler alert ; my characters will all be from my only two fantasy book i’ve read, aka “The Gilded King” by Josie Jaffrey and “Heavenward” by Olga Gibbs.

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Let’s talk about the horror genre, & what’s the best horror book ?

Blogoween has officially began!! 

To start this off onto the right foot, how about we have a conversation about the horror genre?! This is the start of the seasons for spooks and scarily jumping into our loved ones’ arms, after all, wether you prefer books or movies as media to get spooked.

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Blogoween tbr !! (Oct. tbr part 1)

Heey guys !!

October is so close I can smell it, and with it – so is blogoween !! aaah !! are you in yet? 😏 because you should.

With it being so soon now, I was thinking I shall give you my “To be read” for this event and thus, the month of October. I say “part one” as one of Lauren’s prompt, if you  had checked them, is called “Grimoire notes” – Which is kinda recap what you have read, your thoughts, rest of the tbr & etc. So I thought that would be my “part 2” where i’d go over how many I did read, some thoughts, which I wanna go for next, and other things I might wanna mention.

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The reading deadlines VS what I really wanna read ..

Hello all !

Like a few of us have, I’ve been accepting/requesting way too many books in thoses past months and now struggle to finish them all. Which, i’d like to finish all thoses on “deadlines” before going to my real to be read shelf and go back to my printed books (as, internationnal oblige, all of thoses I got was e-books only.)

Let’s take a look onto what thoses are, shall we ?

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Do “DNF” count as finishing books ?

After publishing my DNF review of ghostheart, It made me think of something..

Do books we DNF should count in our books we have finished this year? 

 

It might be a wierd question, as it does say it “did not finished”; as in haven’t read it cover to cover, when however we are being done and won’t be reading it anymore and pass to another call.

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Why do I personally DNF books ?

DNF – meaning “did not finished”, the art of starting a book and purposely choosing not to continue any longer and therefore, not seeing how the book will end.

As many other people in our community, I was first on the fence about Dnf-ing. I didn’t even knew that was a thing before I join book blogging – It had just never crossed my mind that one could just put a book down to never picking it up again.

I still feel a bit iffy about doing so, for my own self rather than “I owe it to the author’ kind of thing, in some particular cases it is just needed.

So why do I feel the need to not continue a book ?

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