I try to be realistic about my tbr lists. As many of you know, I’m not the reader I once was and chances are I’m likely to only finish one book on this list. I’m a mood reader and a slow reader, but the good news is that I’ve come to love reading again and strive to do more this year. With the way the years turning out, I think a good book is the best way to shut out the world. Here’s my spring TBR.
The elusive 5-star rating does not come out often, so when it does, you know you’re in for a treat. Some books are great, others are memorable, and some are so profound and moving, and stay with you for years afterwards. Those books are usually my 5-Star reads, and here are my predicted 5-Star reads on my TBR.
1. Us Against You by Fredrik Backman: As someone who has already declared Beartown to be the best book they read in 2020, there is no doubt that Us Against You will be an equally compelling story about the residence of Beartown. I’m ready to go on this emotional rollercoaster ride.
I can confirm that 2019 has quite possibly been the worst reading year yet. In 9 months I’ve succeeded in reading a staggering 5 books in total. This might be my new normal now since I’ve long accepted the fact that I can’t do massive reading spree’s like I use to, but I am determined to at least read a couple more books before the year is out. So, here is my short but hopeful to-read pile for autumn.
I don’t have the best track record with TBR lists. My inner rebel often deviates whenever I even try to set one. On top of that, my reading game has seriously been slacking for the past couple of years. I like to think of this summer tbr list as a motivator to remind myself of all the wonderful book I own and really should get to reading.
As most of you know I suck at sticking to tbr list. Every year I set one and only read about 3 or 4 of them. It’s almost like my inner rebel is telling me to deviate from any tbr list I set. So, this year I’ve decided to narrow down my list and focus on the books I own. With luck, I might be able to tick one off by time summer rolls around.
It has been over a year since I wrote a tag post, but this one was just too good to pass on. This tag is literally my shame list. I should have read most of these books by now, but as you can this is not the case.It’s actually surprising to see how many popular books are still on my tbr list.
Happy Tuesday everyone! As readers, one of our biggest challenges is getting a handle on our never-ending to-be-read list. With all the amazing books set to release this year, my tbr list has once again grown. Here are the latest 10 books to have been added to my tbr list.