top 5 wednesday: forgettable books


This post is a part of the Top 5 Wednesday series from the Goodreads group of the same name. Check it out for weekly #T5W post prompts and to see how other book bloggers have answered!


I want to write a quick disclaimer for this week’s Top 5 Wednesday before I step on any toes. The books on this list are not ‘forgettable’ in a negative sense. Most of them are books that I remember enjoying, I’ve just for some reason completely forgotten what they are about!

So here are my Top 5 ‘Forgettable’ Books:

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top 5 wednesday: books i didn’t get to in 2017

Picnic at Hanging Rock, dir. Peter Weir (1975)


This post is a part of the Top 5 Wednesday ‘meme’ from the Goodreads group of the same name. Check it out for weekly #T5W post prompts and to see how other book bloggers have answered!


If I could have any superpower in the world it would be super speed reading. Ideally, I would be reading at least 4 or 5 novels a day. That way I could actually get through everything I have on my mental ‘to read’ list. Seems reasonable, right?

Unfortunately, I’m cursed with average reading speed capabilities and a wish list of books that could wrap itself around the planet. Because of this, I did not get to a number of books last year that I was really hoping to read. Condensing this long list to a selection of five was difficult, to say the least.

From this list you might notice a bit of theme. I’m absolutely fascinated by books with paranormal, surreal, and bizarre themes. Not necessarily scary, but the stranger the better! So in 2018, I am making the following five books a priority (or at least that’s what I’m telling myself right now). If you know of any similar books that I might also enjoy, let me know in the comments!

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top 5 wednesday: reading resolutions

Amersham, England © Ashley Paolozzi, 2017

Since I’m new to the whole book-blogging world I was looking around for advice on what types of things to blog about. One of the fun ideas I stumbled upon is a Goodreads group called Top 5 Wednesdays. The idea is that every Wednesday a prompt is given for creating a book related ‘top 5’ list. The first prompt is to write about your Top 5 Reading Resolutions for 2018. So here it goes!

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