2020 (Netgalley) ARCS: The Complete List #NGEW2020

I joined this challenge during the last three years and every year so far turned out to be a big success. I’m hoping I’ll be less successful in 2020 though. Why? I want to focus more on my backlist titles; I managed to balance both better in 2019, but I didn’t meet the goal I was hoping for and I’m hoping to do better in 2020… This yearly challenge is currently hosted at Reading Between The Pages.

I’ll be aiming for SILVER – 25 books.

The list below is a list of ALL the ARCs I’ve been able to read in 2020. This includes other ARCs that won’t count for the Netgalley And Edelweiss challenge; those are marked in orange while the Netgalley ARCs are marked in green.

>>> Last updated February 19th 2020 <<<

ARCS READ IN 2020

# JANUARY #

Total this month: 7 Netgalley ARCs and 3 other ARCs.

# FEBRUARY #

  • Death Deserved by Jørn Lier Horst & Thomas Enger 4,5/5 stars ANNE CATER BLOG TOUR
  • Where The Lost Wander by Amy Harmon ?/5 stars NETGALLEY
  • The Boy From The Woods by Harlan Coben ?/5 stars NETGALLEY

Total this month: 2 Netgalley ARCs and 1 other ARCs.

 

FINAL NUMBERS THIS YEAR: 9 Netgalley ARCs and 4 other ARCs.


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15 thoughts on “2020 (Netgalley) ARCS: The Complete List #NGEW2020

    • Thanks! I kind of hope I don’t though as that would mean I was able to stick to my promise to not request too many ARCs. xD So far I have ‘only’ ten more titles pending…

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    • Haha the pressure thing is definitely a bit daunting! But I’ve learned to say no to ARCs and blog tours over time so my schedule doesn’t overflow too much… I kind of hope I won’t be able to reach the ARC goal though this year, as it would mean more relaxing and time to read my own books. 😉

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    • Thanks! I kind of hope I don’t reach this goal though, because it would mean I will become better resisting those ARCs haha. 😉 Good luck with yours! xx

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