The To-Be-Read Book Tag

Hi guys, how are you? The end of the week is here, and this always puts me in a  better mood! And Christmas is coming soon, and with it, well, the new year is right around the corner…how scary is that?! But let’s stay positive and happy. Because all of this means, obviously, tons of new books to look forward to, yay!

So today, I’m going to talk about something dreaded, yet something we can’t help ourselves with. Books we want to read, but haven’t gotten to, yet. It’s the struggle of the TBR lists! Maria @ Marwal Reads and  Alice @ Arctic Books tagged me for The To-Be-Read tag. If you don’t know those amazing girls, then do check out their blogs right away, they’re both sweethearts. On to the tag!

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1. How do you keep track of your TBR pile?
Goodreads is THE BEST. I don’t know what I would do without it. If we’re not friends on this, then feel free to add me!

2. Is your TBR mostly print or e-book?
It’s mostly print, because I much prefer to read my books in print. I do however have some e-books to read on my TBR as well, but they are mostly e-ARCS.

3. A Book That’s Been On Your TBR List The Longest
every dayEvery Day, by David Levithan. I only read the book he wrote with John Green, Will Grayson, Will Grayson, but I really enjoyed it. Aw, no, forgive me, I read Nick and Nora’s Infinite Playlist, too!! Well, the point is, I never read a book written by him, only. Plus, this synopsis had me so intrigued, I just want to read it. But I keep adding books to my TBR all the time, it’s so hard to keep up!

4. A Book You Recently Added To Your TBRenter title here
Enter Title Here, by Rahul Kanakia. This book sounds SO good, just read the synopsis and tell me you don’t want to read that.

5. A Book In Your TBR Strictly Because of Its Beautiful Cover
aristotleStrictly? I don’t really have that, but I love the cover of some books on my TBR, though. Aristotle and Dante Discover The Secrets Of The Universe is one example of that. Plus, I keep hearing awesome things about this, so I should read it!

6. A Book On Your TBR That You Never Plan on Reading
Hm, I couldn’t find any of that, if I added those books it’s that I want to read them…even if it will take me years to do so.

7. An Unpublished Book on Your TBR That You’re Excited Fortell me three tings
Tell Me Three Things, by Julie Buxbaum. I found out about this book thanks to this week’s Top Ten Tuesday. And damn, I fell in love with this synopsis, and this story. I can’t wait to read it!

8. A Book On Your TBR That Basically Everyone’s Read But You
more ha^ppyMore Happy Than Not, Adam Silvera. I’ve heard a TON of people talking about this book, and saying how awesome this is. I put it on my TBR, but haven’t got the chance to read it, yet. I hope it’ll live up to the little hype!

9. A Book On Your TBR That Everyone Recommends To You
the knife of never letting goThe Knife of Never Letting Go, Patrick Ness, because well, it’s Patrick Ness!! I only read one book by this amazing author for now, and I’m really eager to get to another one of his books. This one won prices and the heart of SO many bloggers I know, so I’m really excited to read it!

10. A Book On Your TBR That You’re Dying To Read
pretending to be ericaPretending To be Erica, Michelle Painchaud. This book has been on my TBR for the longest time now, and I still didn’t get the chance to read it. I really love the whole idea behind this story, and knowing that it’s a debut, and that it got so many great ratings, well this makes me even more impatient!

11. How many books are on your Goodreads TBR shelf?
116. Wow, I think I’m doing okay, actually.

How many books are on YOUR Goodreads TBR shelf? How often do you add new books to your TBR? Let’s talk about our TBR in comments! 💬

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26 thoughts on “The To-Be-Read Book Tag

  1. Great post! 🙂 Love your answers! The Knife of Never Letting Go is SO good! I really want to read More Happy Than Not. I bought it when it was released, but haven’t gotten around to reading it yet. You are definitely doing good with your Goodreads TBR, because I have about 500 (probably more) on mine LOL!

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  2. I don’t have Goodreads, but I approve of all the books you mentioned. (That I’ve heard of. I would like to read More Happy than not), but most I’ve either read or haven’t heard of (should check out synopsises (is that a word?) Every Day was super cool, if I remember correctly. It was such a great premise and ending. The Knife of Never Letting go and Aristotle and Dante are both amazing. It’s great they’re on your TBR!

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    1. I don’t know how you do without Goodreads, it’s such a great website, I’m obsessed with it and constantly search for new reads on this, haha! 🙂
      I’m so glad to hear you liked those books, it makes me even more impatient to read them!! 🙂
      Thank you so much for stopping by! 😀

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  3. Every Day and Ari and Dante are two of my favourite LGBTQ+ books! You have to give them a go! I absolutely love David Levithan’s writing and there hasn’t been a book of his that I haven’t loved yet (I’ve only read 3 but still…I plan to read 2 more this month though!). The Knife of Never Letting Go is a book that I can absolutely vouch for. It is AMAZING! Chaos Walking is probably the best dystopian series I’ve read so far.

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  4. Only 116 on your goodreads TBR shelf? Well done. 😉 Mine is…um…1,000+ AHHH I HAVE PROBLEMS. I basically want to read every book ever and that can be difficult. hehe. Goodreads is the ultimate lifesaver for keeping track of everything though. It is my favourite place on the internet. :’)
    Thanks for stopping by @ Paper Fury!

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