TBR Lows & Highs 005

TBR Lows & Highs 005

Can you believe it’s already July? It’s like half the year has gone by already. Oh wait, it has. Duh. Thanks so much again to Destiny at Howling Libraries for this awesome weekly meme. Be sure to check out that post for directions on how to play along, and feel free to tag me in your TBR Lows & Highs posts so I can see as well.

So if you’ve been following my previous posts for this series, you’ll know that when I first joined Goodreads, I was adding books left and right, regardless of whether I would actually read them or where I would find them. I was even getting a lot of books on Kindle that were free or super cheap thanks to BookBub, so that’s really where the bulk of my old TBR came from. I’m talking like 2014 guys. I didn’t even have a book blog back then. So now that I found this, I’ll get to clean up my TBR and actually keep books that I am really interested in and will eventually read (even if not very soon).

  1. Storm Born (Dark Swan #1) – Richelle Mead

    So while I absolutely love Richelle Mead’s young adult novels, I am not sure if I want to read her adult novels just yet. Nothing against her, just not sure if I’m ready for it yet. We’ll see if I ever find it and come back to it.
  2. Slayer Slang: A Buffy the Vampire Slayer Lexicon – Michael Adams

    Taking this one off is going to break my heart, but I don’t know if I’ll ever find a copy of this lexicon. Maybe one day. Maybe when I’m looking for it a little better, but just not now. See ya, Buff.
  3. Reel Estate Rip-Off (Reed Ferguson Mystery #2) – Renee Pawlish

    If I already took off the first one, I gotta take off the rest of them, right? At least until I come back to it in the far future. Maybe.
  4. The Maltese Felon (Reed Ferguson Mystery #3) – Renee Pawlish
  5. Farewell, My Deuce (Reed Ferguson Mystery #4) – Renee Pawlish

Just keep adding. Just keep adding. Will it ever go down? Nope. I actually hope I never run out of books to read. That would be a total disaster.

  1. The Mirror King (The Orphan Queen #2) – Jodi Meadows

    I already added the first installment of this novel a while ago, and for some reason never added this one. Same mistakes again? Nah, this one actually sounds interesting to me.
  2. The Kingdom of Back – Marie Lu

    Historical YA Fiction from Marie Lu? Sign me the heck up!
  3. A Kingdom of Exiles (Outcast #1) – S. B. Nova

    I love the Fae, even if I’m barely reading about them lately. This one sounds hella interesting though, and that cover is freaking gorgeous.
  4. Becoming the Dark Prince (Stalking Jack the Ripper #3.5)- Kerri Maniscalco

    Novellas can be very fun, and since this is in the realm of one of my favorite series, I can’t wait to jump on it. Not to mention this is coming on time perfectly before the last book comes out? Sweetness.
  5. The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo – Taylor Jenkins Reid

    I’ll have to give this book a try since everyone keeps saying that it was worth it! Hopefully I’ll get to read Daisy Jones & The Six first to get a taste of TJR’s writing style. Will it work? We will see.

I’m sorry if this one looked to be too long. I know I added some separators in the form of flowers since I don’t like the regular line all the time, but I think it looks nicer when I think about it. Now, what do you feel about my decisions? All the lows are definitely off my list in the meantime. When I get to those highs, well you’ll find out when I find out.

6 thoughts on “TBR Lows & Highs 005

  1. Great post! I didn’t know about Kerri Maniscalco’s novella, but it’s so cool it exists! Sometimes we need to take off some books from out TBR if not, we would drown in it! (Even if we already do a little bit). Btw, I love the flowers!

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    1. I didn’t know about it either until recently! I’m glad I found out about it. I totally agree, plus just because something comes off your TBR doesn’t mean you can NEVER read it ever. That’s the fun part. Thanks so much! I figured since I have a floral theme, it would look nice with the rest of the blog ❤

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