Thursday Discussion is a meme I started mainly for myself, but I thought others might enjoy doing it too. It used to be called Thursday’s Top 4, but I never liked that name, so it’s been rebranded. Essentially, I’ll post a topic for every other week, and you write a post about that topic. It can be as long or as short as you like, we’re not fussy here.
Thanks for participating! Make sure you tag me so I can read your responses too 🙂
November 14: favourite childhood books November 28: books you need to read before the end of 2019 December 12: books to give as gifts December 26: no topic, Christmas hiatus!
May 25: book dogs June 8: hyped up books you think are worth it June 22: books that remind you of a specific place July 6: books to read when you’re in a slump July 20: books that didn’t need to be series August 3: books that have been on your TBR the longest August 17: favourite fictional worlds August 31: books that take place in high school September 14: best villains September 28: books you immediately had to read October 12: authors where you liked one of their books but not the other October 26: books that haunted you (get it, like for Halloween??) November 9: non-fluffy books (not necessarily books without romance, but books where any romance isn’t fluffy) November 23: books with bad endings/endings you want to rewrite (but no spoilers!!) December 7: books with good Christmas scenes December 21: favourite 2017 releases
January 4: favourite endings (to books or series) January 18: books to read when you’re in a slump February 1: favourite short books (get it, because February is a short month??) February 15: favourite fictional couples (for Valentines day!) March 1: books with bad endings that you liked March 15: books that remind you of a time or place March 29: books you want to re-read soon April 12: super emotional books April 26: books people might not know about May 10: great Young Adult books May 24: books with no romance June 7: books you read because of something superficial (ex. the cover, the general topic) June 21: books that feature a beach (for summer!) July 5: favourite titles July 19: books you recommend to everyone August 2: recent favourite book covers August 16: books you’d like to rewrite August 30: books that make you want to time travel September 13: top books on your TBR
September 27: cover reads
October 11: books to get you out of a reading slump October 25: books from your favourite genre that you want to read November 1: least favourite books (or lowest-rated books) November 15: favourite books (or highest-rated books) November 29: books someone recommended to you December 13: books you’d give your parents for Christmas December 27: books to read in 2019
January 10: books with bad endings January 24: series you still have to finish February 7: best plot twists February 21: worst plot twists March 7: books that could’ve been longer March 21: books that could’ve been shorter April 4: new releases you still need to read April 18: books you have mixed feelings about May 2: summer reading goals May 16: favourite books titles of books on your TBR May 30: books with LGBTQ+ representation you recommend June 13: books with LGBTQ+ representation on your TBR June 27: books by LGBTQ+ authors on your TBR July 11: books with tropes you dislike that you still enjoy July 25: series or books that should be made into TV shows August 8: favourite books by female authors August 22: favourite books by male authors September 5: books you want everyone to read September 19: least favourite tropes October 3: books with pink on the cover (because it’s Mean Girls day!) October 17: books that make you laugh out loud October 31: best spooky settings