TBR Lows & Highs 006

TBR Lows & Highs 006

Okay you guys have no idea how proud I am that I’ve been consistent with my blogs, and continuing to do these weekly memes that I signed myself up for. I’ve actually been feeling really stressed out to the point that I can’t sleep very well and I’ve been having nightmares about my livelihood (nothing to do with all the books I’m getting, thank goodness) but I’ve been wanting to crawl into a hole and disappear until 2020. I’m just so glad that I am staying strong and staying present in my own life. So thank you everyone that has been so supportive to me, and rooting for me even if you didn’t realize it. You have no idea how much it means to me.

As usual, thank you so much to Howling Libraries for creating this weekly meme, and feel free to check out Destiny’s page to find out the rules and join along.

  1. Out of the Past (Reed Ferguson Mystery #5) – Renee Pawlish
  2. Hollywood Assassin (Hollywood Alphabet Series Thrillers #1) – M. Z. Kelly
  3. Hollywood Blood (Hollywood Alphabet Series Thrillers #2) – M.Z. Kelly
  4. Hollywood Crazy (Hollywood Alphabet Series Thrillers #3) – M.Z. Kelly
  5. A Reign of Steel (The Sorcerer’s Ring #11) – Morgan Rice

  1. Before I Disappear – Danielle Stinson

    I got approved to be part of this blog tour through Fantastic Flying Book Club and I really hope I get to read this book soon! If not super soon, then at least when it comes out! The premise sounds so interesting!

  2. Sweet Black Waves (Sweet Black Waves #1) – Kristina Perez

    Well the second book is on Netgalley, and hopefully I get approved for that. So that means I need to read the first book first. Plus that cover looks freaking amazing.

  3. A Mortal Song – Megan Crewe

    Magic in modern-day Tokyo? Spirit Kingdom on Mt. Fuji? A cover with a bad ass protagonist who finds out she’s not who she thought she was? Wow. And to think this book came out in 2016? Kind of wish the author was at least part Japanese or even full, but hopefully it’s as good as the reviews say it is.

  4. Wings of Ebony – J. Elle (no cover yet)

    J. Elle makes her YA debut with this novel, pitched as “The Hate U Give with a Wonder Woman lead and a Black Panther/Wakanda world”. I honestly can’t wait to read this. That’s pretty much three of my favorite things rolled together into one!

  5. Mooncakes – Suzanne Walker, Wendy Xu

    Everyone keeps talking about this one. I think the second one came out very recently too? I mean, witchcraft and demons are always fun, so this is definitely going on my list.

I definitely agree with my lows for the time being, especially that 17 book series that I can’t find all the books for yet. I found the first one as an audiobook on Scribd, but I don’t see the rest? Well, maybe like a couple more but it’s not Books 2 or 3, so I’d have to find those somewhere.

Those highs though. Can’t wait for those. Any of these that I shouldn’t have taken off? Any of my highs that I shouldn’t read? I may be a little hesitant about A Mortal Song, but that’s because I don’t want to get disappointed if the Japanese culture and history is done wrong and isn’t salvageable. What do you guys think?

(I may or may not have switched my Face Claim to Jamie Chung because I need more of her in my life)

8 thoughts on “TBR Lows & Highs 006

  1. Oh no I’m so sorry to hear you’ve been feeling so stressed out, take care of yourself, I’m sending you all the positive vibes ❤
    I'm so happy to see Before I Disappear on your list here ahh I hope you'll enjoy it, I thought it was a good read! 🙂

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      1. I don’t know how this happened to be honest, I think I will forever be floored by getting an opportunity like that. 😭
        I can’t wait to hear what you think of it, keep me updated! 😀

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