I know Sarah has posted/tweeted a fair bit about YALC and the books she is reading in preparation but I haven’t really gotten as involved. I’ve been having a break from social media lately and I’ve barely been using it (my replies are shockingly late and I’m sorry!) so I haven’t really posted my YALC TBR or anything much to do with it. I have however been reading a lot to try and get the ones I’m most excited about read. Continue reading “Reading Before YALC”
I picked up Needlework on a whim in the last few weeks, and the day after Deirdre Sullivan was actually announced as an author for YALC. Now that i had her book, i figured it would be a great place to start my YALC TBR for this year and got straight in to reading Needlework.
I’ve been making a few posts this year after each YALC author announcement to let you all know how my YALC TBR has been growing. I missed the last one so i figured now that the final announcement has been released, it’s time to wrap up what my YALC TBR actually looks like now.
Last week the first set of YALC authors were announced, which means my YALC TBR has officially started to take place. I wrote a post about the books that were now on my YALC TBR last week that you can see HERE if you want to know what i’ll be reading until July.
The day finally came where we started to get announcements for the YALC guests this year. It’s always my favourite time of the reading year when we get some information of what books to be reading before the event in July.
YALC is getting ever closer and if you didn’t already know, i’m going to YALC! Unlike last year, i’m doing all three days with my bud Charlotte from Wonderfully Bookish. We’re going to have a right good time, and are definitely feeling the reading pressure right now.