We’re back for another biweekly installment of Taming my TBR, in which I look at my ever growing list of books I want and try and narrow it down just a bit. Last week we ended up keeping all the books, as well as adding seven others, bringing out list total up to 248. I feel like as long as I can keep it under 300 I’ll be fine.
It’s day six of quarantine, and besides the occasional restless bouts, I’m sort of loving this. Being a homebody introvert has it’s upsides in times like these. Also my cat is confused, but loving how much more together time we are getting.
But I digress!
*bows with a flourish*
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Hello word birds, it’s time for another edition of my new series, in which I systematically destroy my TBR list in an attempt to get it under control. This week our five books feature (as promised) lesbian nuns, Gentleman Jack, poetry, ghosts, and a book so popular that I’m sort of ashamed that I haven’t gotten around to reading it yet.
*points blade towards the dawn*
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I’ve mentioned it before, but my to-be-read list is out of control. It’s not so far gone as some peoples- I’ve heard of them being a thousand books deep and growing, so at 244 I feel like I’m not doing too bad.
Of course, that doesn’t change how many times I gone on a book adding spree, throwing books willy-nilly onto it as though I’d never have another chance. It’s happened before, it will happen again, what I need to do is to start being more demanding, to take the time to read excerpts and reviews before I decide if it’s another book I want to add to the list.
So, I’m starting a series where I return to 2016, the year I started using Goodreads, and checking out five books at a time from my list. I’ll read the excerpt, look at high and low reviews, and decide based on rationality instead of impulse whether to keep it or kick it.
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