Blogmas – Book Challenge – M

Happy Blogmas bookish friends! ❄️

Previously on The Bookish Chick’s blog, we talked about some of my most memorable reads and books still sitting on my TBR with the letter L. This week we’re moving on to the letter M!

If you missed last post you can check it out HERE.
You can add me on Goodreads HERE.

Let’s dive in!

Most Memorable Reads

  • I haven’t really talked too much about The Hunger Games on my blog or Goodreads, but I’ve always been a pretty big fan. They were one of the the first books I picked up when I got back into reading and instantly fell in love with the plot. One day I would love to go back and reread this trilogy!
  • More Than We Can Tell was such a good book. It’s the companion novel to Letters to the Lost which I also loved, but this was such a well written character driven book that will always have a special place in my heart. You can check out my review HERE.

Books still on my TBR


  • Earlier this year I listened to the audiobook of My Lady Jane and loved it. It was freaking hilarious and quite the experience. I’ve had this book sitting on my bookshelf for awhile now but I think I might have to listen to the audiobook of this, especially if the narrators are the same. You can check out my review for My Lady Jane HERE.

That’s all for today!

Until next time,


5 thoughts on “Blogmas – Book Challenge – M

  1. The Hunger Games series was one of the very first books I read when I got back into reading as well. They were the books that got me back into YA, it’s such a good series!
    I haven’t read the other two but I’m definitely gonna check them out.

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