Do I really want to read this book…. or does the hype make me want to?

More often than not, I myself rushing to Goodreads to add a book to my TBR.

Whether it’s after blog-hopping and reading some incredible blog post, scrolling down twitter and seeing everyone screaming about the latest cover reveal for a very anticipated read, seeing a beautiful book cover over on bookstagram (despite not having one, I’m still lurking because y’all are so damn beautiful)….it’s like something takes over my mind. I see this book and I feel like: I need to add this to my TBR.

It’s the same story when I get to travel and find myself in the presence of goodness: shelves filled with young adult books in bookstores. I find myself compulsively putting way more books than I can afford into my hands and making a pile of them all. It’s funny, because 99% of the books I have in my hands, every time, are books I’ve heard only great things about from the book blogging community.

☂️ Related blog post: 10 books bloggers made me read (and I love them forever for it)

It’s funny, because my Goodreads TBR has over 400 books and, sometimes, I’m wondering whether or not I really want to read them all.

But why the hell, Marie, you’d ask, would you add books to your TBR you aren’t even remotely interested in? Why the hell would you make a gigantic pile of books you’ve heard of, but sometimes aren’t even remotely aware of whether or not they’re actually for you? Well…. let me ask you the same question.

Did you ever find yourself adding books, almost compulsively to your TBR? Did you ever find yourself needing a special book, right this very second…. because of the hype?

Oh, yes. The hype monster, crawling into your bed right back again. Whether we want it or not, I feel like we’ve all been victims of it.

Sometimes, it’s all for the best, because this book you’re adding to your TBR will end up being one of your favorite books of all times. Look at me, for instance, adding The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo to my TBR, because of the hype. Look at me, months later, still thinking about this damn book every single day because it was so good.

Sometimes, it’s not really all for the best, because you find yourself with books on your Goodreads TBR you don’t remember adding, books in your hands you find so pretty and have heard a whole damn lot about, but why did you take it off the bookstore’s shelves again when it doesn’t really appeal to you, at all?

The real question here is… why. Why do I have these hyped books in my hands, on my TBR, in my basket ready to be bought?

Why do I care so much about hyped books?

For me, it’s because they make us feel part of something big. Most of it all, they make me feel part of the community even more. When everyone can’t stop talking about a book…. we can’t help but being curious. We can’t help but want to feel part of this frenzy, too, we can’t help but want to scream and fangirl with everyone about it all, too. I know I do.

When I read Red, White and Royal Blue, I felt part of something big, this giant group of people screaming about how good this was. I was happy. I adored it all.

When I heard about King of Scars, The Wicked King, Aurora Rising, Wilder Girls, The Priory of the Orange Tree…. I almost wanted to get that happiness again. Then, I wondered.

Do I really want to read these books?

I deeply apologize for those of you familiar, deeply in love with these titles and everything, but… personally and despite all of the hype, the answer to that question, for me, is a big fat no. None of these books appeal to me too much at the moment despite their stunning praise and beautiful covers.

The hype helps us pick some books we love, but it’s also a traitor. It makes us want to add books we’re sometimes not that into because… just because everyone else is, so why not us?

The hype is a freaking traitor, because where is my hype for the books I adore? Where are the people hyping up Nothing Left To Burn, this stunningly brilliant debut I can’t stop thinking about? Where are my people screaming about my quiet contemporary reads that shattered my heart into a million pieces? Why don’t people add these books compulsively to their TBRs? I can’t control the hype monster with my contemporary lover tastes, even though I wish I could, but at my scale, I can scream about it, make their own hype and hopefully make you want to add them to your TBRs, too.

☂️ Related blog post: 10 books that deserve more hype

I don’t know the secret of hype. I don’t know whether or not I want to read all the 400+ books on my Goodreads TBR anymore and, when you just don’t know what happened to you, suck into a vacuum made by the community, made by yourself, your own expectations and deep, deep need to be part of something bigger….. well, it’s time.

It’s time to clean your TBR, book by book. It’s time to focus on the books you love. To shut all the noise out and focus on that synopsis and wonder. Do I really want to read this book, or does the hype make me want to?

No matter what, you should focus on what you love. It’s nice to be part of the hype, but you know what? It’s also even nicer to have books you are genuinely excited about, yourself, in your heart, no matter what everyone around you says.

When it comes to this, I’m a work in progress, but I’m proud of the work I’ve accomplished. I’ll scream along with the hype for these books I’m also genuinely excited about and, if there are books everyone has read and I haven’t, well I’ll happily be the black sheep, for once. Or at least, I’ll try.

Do you often find yourself a victim of the hype? Did you ever add, or wanted to add books to your TBR, only because everyone talked about them?

Do you have any books you only read because they were hyped and ended up loving them…. or hating them? I’d love to hear your thoughts in comments!

 

 

 

 

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74 thoughts on “Do I really want to read this book…. or does the hype make me want to?

  1. This is such an amazing discussion topic! On one hand, I read a LOT of hyped books because I tend to enjoy most of them. On the other, so many incredible books get overlooked because of the hype around others. I think we as a community need to be better about balancing hype for books!

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    1. Oh thank you so much, so happy you enjoyed it ❤ I'm so happy you are mostly lucky with hyped books, that's great! I agree, it's a little tricky but it's always, always deeply appreciated when I see underrated reads kind of posts and recommendations, allowing me to discover new books that were kind of drowned because of all the other hyped reads haha 🙂
      Thank you so much for your sweet comment 🙂

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  2. This is a wonderful topic, and one that I wonder about myself a lot. I like feeling excited with everyone else! I love to read about how a popular story made everyone feel differently–but I think for me, hype makes me put a lot of unintentional…pressure?? on myself to like a thing I’m reading because I should love it just as much as everyone else does?? It’s like, reading a hyped book and feeling drastically different about it makes me wonder what I’ve missed even more than if I just left the book alone. Maybe it’s about time that I go through my TBR, too 🙂

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    1. OH YES, I agree! All the hype makes me feel all the pressure of reading and enjoying a book, just to feel part of it all. That’s why I, more often than not, take ages to get to hyped books, so…. I feel a little less presure, somehow 🙂
      I hope you’ll go through your TBR, it feels nice every now and then to clean it up a bit 🙂
      Thank you so much for your comment ❤

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  3. This is exactly why I don’t allow myself to impulse-buy books! If I’m excited about a book, I add it to my spreadsheet and then wait a few months. If I’m still excited, I’ll buy it. When I first started blogging, I bought all of the hyped books, and I was disappointed with most of them.

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    1. I never impulse-buy books because money and no bookshops and I’m too self conscious for that, as well haha. I love your method though and I’ve been mostly trying to do the same, wait a little while before deciding that I want to give this book a chance, just to be sure 🙂
      Thank you so much for your comment! 🙂

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    1. It’s so great that you end up liking the books most of the time! But yeah, expectations are terrible at times…. it’s so hard not to have any expectations when everyone is raving about something, though, haha 🙂
      thank you so much for your comment 😀

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    1. Oh no I’m so sorry you were disappointed by Daisy Jones 😦 thankfully this doesn’t happen to you too often, I’m glad! and red, white and royal blue is such a good read, I loved it ahhhh ❤
      Thank you so much for your comment 😀

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  4. I think when I first got involved with the book community, I used to succumb a lot more to the hype – until I started finding that I didn’t actually enjoy a lot of these books! Now I’m a lot more aware of my reading tastes & even if every blogger/bookstagrammer/booktuber & their mother is screaming about a book, unless it genuinely appeals to me, I don’t add it anymore! 😬 I’ve also started doing the Down the TBR Hole meme in an effort to control my TBR (bc it’s currently sitting at over 400 books too 😂)

    Loved loved LOVED this discussion, Marie!

    💛 Ngoc

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    1. YAY! I think that’s so great that you manage to have it all under control. I am making progress, but I still have a little way to go haha. I should do these down the TBR hole things, too, they seem so helpful and my TBR could use a little bit of cleaning haha 🙂
      Thank you so, so much for your sweet comment! ❤ ❤

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  5. I’m reading Moonstruck, which the hype lead me to. I like it, but I also have the Gilded Wolves waiting, and I’m not sure I want to read it; I’m not sure what it’s about!
    Hype can be good and bad, but it would be harder to find queer books so it ultimately good.

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    1. Oh I’m glad you’re liking it so far! 🙂 and I get that – more often than not I have books on my TBR and… I’m not certain what they’re about, I only heard great things about them haha. It’s only later when I’m looking for a new book to get that I pay more attention to it sometimes haha. I hope you’ll give the gilded wolves a try though, I really liked it 🙂
      thank you so much for your sweet comment ❤

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  6. I am right there with you. I have 522 (!!!!!!! dear lord) books on my TBR shelf on Goodreads, and that’s after I went through it recently and was like “where did this book even come from?” I definitely need to do it again and just super purge because I KNOW there are some books on there that I have no interest in anymore. Ugh, damn the hype!

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    1. Wow that’s a big TBR…. well mine it fairly big, too so I completely understand that haha. It gets a little overwhelming, doesn’t it? I need to do a purge just as well, soon, because… I need it haha 🙂
      Thank you so much for sharing your thoughts 😀

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  7. 98% of the time I fall prey to hype. And yes, you’re right it’s good because you’re in the loop, but it’s hard when we’re talking about items we have to buy, and on top of that, they’re hard to get, especially for non-US based folks. It becomes a painful feeling of being left out. There’s no other way to put it.

    But I’ve found that the cure for this for me,-accidentally, is always time. Since I can’t get books the moment they’re out, I usually have to wait, and during that time, for some I lose interest. If I do, that means I probably just wanted it because a lot of people were talking about it. But if the buzz has calmed and I still really want to get it, then that means something genuinely called to me about the book.

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    1. Ugh yes you’re SO right about that, Pam. it’s so frustrating, even more when you’re intl because you can’t necessarily get to the book as soon as you’d like to and …. we feel even more left out. I so get that feeling as well 😦
      I think it’s a great cure, really! I think I’m trying to use that more too, lately, let time pass and generally, it tells me whether or not I’m still interested in a book, or if it was just because of the buzz 🙂
      Thank you so, so much for your comment Pam! ❤

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      1. No problem! It’s has its advantages to have to wait! I regret so much jumping into the Nevenight bandwagon so early on because of the hype. I won a giveaway for the book and now I feel so guilty I haven’t read it. But I’m so grateful for all the push about V.E. Schwab’s books! Her books have given me a lot of indirect lessons about storytelling! ♥

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      2. Oh yes same here! I was a little on the fence about reading Schwab’s books, at first, since they were very out of my comfort zone, but…. damn she is just so talented. ❤

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  8. I have bought some books that have been hyped because like you say you want to be part of something, but then some of them have been so disappointing. I like my crime dramas so now if that’s what is being hyped about I will possibly buy it and haven’t been disappointed. But lately I have purchased so many books my shelves are overflowing as well as my kindle and I really need to take time to read some of them, but then you see more being recommended and you think I just have to have that one, and if it’s part of a set I cannot read a book out of order so I need to get the earlier books as well. Then I was reading two of Christina Dodds books at the weekend as I have the third one as an ARC but when writing a review I felt this kind of embarrassment and I don’t know why, we’ll I do it’s a contemporary romance thriller with suspense, romance and humour and I absolutely love her writing and it’s been so long since I have picked one of hear books up. But I had the first two in the series and knowing I needed to read number three before September the 19th I decided to read them. The pleasure they gave me, I don’t have to focus to heavily like on some books but I hung on every word. Is there like a bit of snobbery I wonder when it comes to this type of book. I don’t know but I do know that Christina Dodd has been writing for a number of years and I have read almost every book. Sometimes you just want that but of light relief a book you know you can pick up and read and laugh, enjoy the romance as well as the drama. I’m half way through the final book then back to my other books. But I do need to stop feeling guilty about writing a review on a book that I won’t see mentioned much on social media etc. But that I know I will enjoy.

    Great interesting page loved reading your thoughts and it’s true. I remember getting Gone Girl when there was all the hype and without offending anyone I have to say I could not read it. I loved the film but the book nope, and I know lots of people enjoyed it and most psychological thrillers seem to now be compared to it and everyone is trying to work that sort of formula.

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    1. Yes that’s exactly it! You want to feel part of it all and before you know it, there are tons of books on your TBR haha. I think it’s great to reevaluate the books we have every now and then and to focus on the ones we really think we’ll love, regardless of what others are thinking or hyping up 🙂
      Thank you so much for sharing your thoughts! 😀

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  9. I have such a weird relationship with hyped books. I can’t resist them mostly because I have major FOMO and I just want to be a part of all the discussions 😂??? But also I notice that a lot of hyped books are YA fantasy which isn’t a genre I read a lot so when I first started blogging I felt like I forced myself to read them because I felt like I had to? I feel like I’ve read so many books that deserve more hype, but I know they won’t get the same attention because they’re genres a lot of people don’t read like thrillers or darker contemporaries. I feel like now I am a lot better at reading what I want to read whether it’s hyped or not, but still if everyone is talking about a book on Twitter I’ll probably be very tempted to make it my next read, haha. Brilliant post like always, Marie 😊.

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    1. Oh I get that so much, I have that fear of missing out as well sometimes and… well it makes it hard for me to resist 😂
      oH YES I relate to that A LOT. I don’t read a lot of fantasy usually, and blogging made me discover fantasy books, some I fell in love with it and some that… well, I wanted to read because of the hype but didn’t love.
      Thank you so, so much Lauren ❤

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    1. OHhh yes, this always always happens when you start blogging haha. You learn to resist a little more with the months and years, but still… sometimes it’s hard haha.
      Thank you so much for your comment 😀

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  10. I really relate to the hype monster you’re talking about here so much!! I do find myself falling into the hype pit at times, I think in the presence of such overwhelming praise my gut can get super quiet and doesn’t way in knowing that I’ve been sucked in. My problem is that I truly love fantasy. And the hyped books I get sucked into… are fantasy! So its not like they aren’t a genre I love. They are. It’s just I don’t get hyped about the same things as other readers. I guess I need to learn to DNF more. I’m thankful to mostly be able to use the library for hyped books. I’m sorry that you don’t have that same opportunity Marie. ❤️

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    1. I’m right here with you on that! Whenever some books are really really hyped, I feel like I can’t see straight and just feel like I have to get to the book no matter what. Only a bit of time will help me see straighter again 🙂
      Thank you for saying that, Dani, it really really means a lot. ❤
      Thank you! ❤

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  11. Hype definitely makes me more interested in books! But recently I did start to think twice before reading hyped books, because it has happened to often that I did not end up enjoying them. And I could have known before hand, since they are outside of my comfort zone for example!

    (www.evelynreads.com)

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  12. I’ve become really aware of exactly this lately and I am trying to make a conscious effort to consider the book in terms of my own reading. When I did the ‘Down the TBR Hole’ meme, I found so many hype-driven books that I just did not care about.

    BUT I also trust my book bloggers, so if they are hyping something up then yes, I may add it just because,

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    1. I really should do that meme, or just go down my tbr hole myself to do a little clean up sometimes haha 🙂
      I’m right here with you on that one! There are bloggers I’ll trust and will listen to always, when it comes to the books they hype up 🙂
      Thank you so much for your comment 🙂

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  13. I love this post! Before buying or even think about buying a book I always go first to goodreads to see what people say about it (this shows how big goodreads is as an influencer). My goodreads list is pretty big and I need to admit that maybe 20% are just because the cover of the book!

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    1. Oh yes goodreads influence me a lot as well, I often check whether or not people I know have read and enjoyed a book haha. The cover also has a big influence on me, too! Pretty covers are hard to resit, at times haha 🙂
      Thank you so much for your comment ❤ ❤

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  14. I find myself adding a lot of book to my TBR-list too, all thanks to you 😉
    But there are some hyped books that I immediately say no to, like dystopian and sci-fi things. I recently cleaned out my TBR-pile and deleted 12 books (from 400+ books), which felt like a lot. I must say that since then I added more than twelve books… Some books are just great and a lot of bookbloggers are just really good at promoting haha
    I really liked this discussion post, knowing I’m not the only one 😀

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    1. Awww well I’m happy to hear that 😀 I have to agree, bloggers are way too good at convincing me to read all the books hahaha 😛
      Thank you so much for your sweet comment ❤

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  15. I’ve definitely added books to my TBR because of hype and not necessarily because I wanted to read them. Those don’t normally turn out to be great reads for me, or I end up deleting them from my TBR before I read it!

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    1. Oh no! I’m sorry you don’t end up loving these books, usually. It’s a sign we should clean our TBR more often and think a little more before jumping into new reads, I know I need to do that more haha 🙂

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  16. I RELATE TO THIS POST SO MUCH WOW!!!! i seriously love your discussion posts, theyre always so well explained and thoughtful.

    there are SO MANY times i’ve added books to my tbr SOLELY bc of the hype and then when it all dies down, i feel like i’m REALLY not that interested in it and end up taking it off my tbr. i think its a really difficult scale to balance, there are so many times the hype disappoints and then so many times where the hype was everything it promised. (how do we read every book in the world to find out?? 🤔🤔)

    yessss, we NEED some more voices screaming and hyping up contemporaries. it always makes me so happy to see contemporary books get the love they deserve. some of them are so beautifully developed and deep and empowering and heartbreaking and i want to share that with the world 🤧🤧

    fantastic discussion post marie!!

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    1. ahhh may you’re too sweet thank you so, so much, I’m so happy you like my posts ahh ❤ ❤ ❤

      YES. That's exactly it! Once the hype goes down I sometimes find out I'm not interested in the book that much, or well…. sometimes I end up adoring it. Nothing to do here but trust our gut and hoping it's right I guess? 😛

      YES YES let's hype up the contemporaries togetheeeeeeer!! ❤ ❤

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  17. Love this topic!!! I don’t usually consider hype or buy into it because as a concept it just doesn’t always feel relevant to me? I’m always like, ack, taste is subjective, their feelings about this book are 100% valid and their brand, but if the synopsis doesn’t do anything for me I just like… blink and move on? I don’t know if I’m making much sense?? BECAUSE I’M VERY EXHAUSTED. And my brain hung the “gone fishing” sign about an hour ago so it’s a little slow up there.

    But, what I’m trying to say is, this is a really good question to ask. Like, are you hyped because of the book or because of others experiences with it, and it’s honestly interesting how many different responses there would be to this question.

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    1. ahah yes you’re making A LOT of sense and I think that’s so great that you’re not that influenced by the hype overall and are still able to think straight when it comes to it, it’s such a great quality to have! I feel like I’m making a little bit of progress, slowly getting there haha.
      That’s exactly it, sometimes I don’t even know if I’m hyped because of the book in itself or just because everyone is screaming about it haha.
      Thank you so much for your comment 😀

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  18. Gosh, this post is so relatable, because one of the only reasons I add a book to my TBR is the hype! I am prone to fear of missing out, and I hate it when people always talk about the same book, and I have no idea what they’re talking about. For me, books are hyped for a reason, and my favorite books are actually pretty hyped! But I think that some hyped books are books that I know deep down that I won’t like, but I add to my TBR anyway, because the hype blinded me. I just really think that I should get better about removing books that I don’t actually think I’ll enjoy from my TBR even if they’re hyped! Great discussion, Marie 💜 Honestly, if you don’t want to read King of Scars, Wilder Girls, etc., you are so valid, and I admire you so much for not reading them despite the fact that they are always being talked about!

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    1. Oh I’m so glad you could relate to this, I feel less alone! I just feel so influenced and, compelled, somehow, to add a book to my TBR because everyone is talking about it? I don’t want to miss out on anything, but…. I also want to think really harder before adding books to my TBR… it’s already way too big haha 🙂
      Thank you so, so much for your sweet comment ❤ ❤

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    1. Yes exactly! It’s so easy to be influenced by all the hype and just… to fit in and want to know what everyone is talking about, haha 🙂
      Thank you so much for your comment, Nicole ❤

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  19. I feel this!! I know that if I were to start reading (& reviewing) so many of the titles that I hear about, read about, and add to my TBR, I’d probably gain more clicks and grow. As much as I want to do that–to an extent and at some point in the future, within reason–my preference is, primarily, classics. I know there are some other book bloggers out there who would enjoy that too, but most might not. I think I’d rather read & write about what makes me happy, and hopefully, the passion that I have for that will shine through, and bring new readers anyways!

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    1. I think you’re really doing the right thing, because… in the end, reading and writing about the books that make you happy is what matters the most and it’s also where you will shine more. Passion shows for sure 🙂
      Thank you so much for sharing your thoughts, Macey ❤

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  20. I am actually the opposite. Hyped books kind of scare me off and it takes me ages to get to them 😛 I usually read them either when they come out (rarely) or years later when the hype is lessened and impacts my opinion less (or so I like to think). Mostly I read backlist titles and other genres anyway 😛

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    1. OH I’m the same way! I often wait for ages before getting to a book, but I tend to want to immediately add it to my virtual TBR 🙂
      And there are so many gems in backlist titles, they deserve all the love 🙂

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  21. In terms of actually adding books to my GoodReads list I used to be SO guilty of this. Anytime I’d read a book list of must-reads or a blogger’s favourites I’d add alll the books even if I didn’t care abut them. But as I read ebooks it’s actually good that I only tend to buy a book if I’m actually interested and if I genuinely want to read it.
    This was such a great topic to write about and one I think we can all be guilty of.

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    1. I’m glad I’m not the only one! I always take ages to decide which books to buy, for sure, but I’m sometimes so quick at adding books to my goodreads TBR haha, I need to be more careful with that 🙂
      Thank you so much for your comment 😀

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  22. Fantastic post and so very true. It’s really hard not to feel compelled to read a book because of the hype (and like you my TBR is way too long). It makes you feel like you’re missing out on something if you don’t plus you end up curious as to what all the fuss is about. It can lead to you discovering some fantastic books. But it can also make you put the ones that you’re excited for in hold. I’m also kind of scared to read hyped books though as I’m worried about being the one person who doesn’t like them /:

    Im not even sure what makes me want to pick up books sometimes though. There’s a book out this month for instance that I really liked the sound of but wasn’t planning to pick up immediately as I have so much else that I want to read and felt like those books appealed to me more. Yet it got stuck in my head and I knew that actually I had to read it (so I’ve already ordered it at the library) but that book wasn’t even hyped so I have no idea what changed. Plus I don’t understand why some books get overlooked when it comes to hype either. I have some books on my TBR that I’m desperate to read but never see mentioned anywhere /:

    Generally I feel like book hype gets to me but, oddly, film hype does the opposite a lot of the time. If a film is raved about by the critics I generally avoid it now as ones I’ve seen previously like that I’ve hated /: the one exception is Kings Speech which I really enjoyed.

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    1. I don’t understand how it all works, either, there are some books that sound fantastic and yet they seem to be forgotten, while others are everywhere and everywhere. I guess it’s just the crowd’s noise overall drowning the smaller ones hyping up some books…. It’s a little strange how it all is and how we discover, or miss certain books because of it all.

      oh that’s an interesting thing to ask yourself, I never thought about movies, really, I don’t usually watch what everyone is on that field though haha, I’d rather stick with my romances and comedies aha 🙂
      Thank you so much for your comment, Charlotte ❤

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  23. This is such an amazing and relatable post, Marie! ❤ There are so many times when I compulsively add hyped books to my tbr, and then I realize later that I honestly don't have much interest in reading it, aside from potentially joining the fandom. It's so difficult to ignore the hype sometimes, but I think it's important to remember that we should try to focus on choosing books that we personally think will bring us joy!

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