I’m a mood reader so TBR lists are generally a no-go for me. But here are some books that I’m tentatively thinking of trying to read this winter:
1. The Institute by Stephen King
I’ve read two book by Stephen King–The Shining and Christine. I loved The Shining, but couldn’t stand Christine (I actually ended up dropping it, despite the fact that I was reading it for a college class). I’ve always wanted to try more of his books, I just never got around to it. My friend read The Institute recently and when I told her the premise sounded interesting she immediately lent it to me. I’m really excited to check it out!
2. Little Women by Mary Louise Alcott
Look, I gotta be honest here. I saw the trailer for the movie, and it looked good, so I decided it was time to finally read this book since it’s been on my TBR for a few years now.azx
3. Ninth House by Leigh Bardugo
Six of Crows is my favorite duology so of course when Leigh Bardugo comes out with a new book I need to read it. I’m technically already fifteen pages into it, but I’m putting it on hold so I can start The Institute.
4. Jane, Unlimited by Kristin Cashore
Basically the same reason as above. I loved The Graceling trilogy, so I want to try more of her stuff!
5. A Reaper at the Gates by Sabaa Tahir
I’ve been a fan of the An Ember in the Ashes series almost since it came out, but I’m seriously terrible at keeping up ongoing series. Last week I was looking through my TBR on goodreads to make this post and that’s when I realized that I still haven’t read A Reaper at the Gates! I’ve seriously been sitting around like a fool thinking I was all caught up…This is exactly why I have a TBR.
6. Big Little Lies by Liane Moriarty
This might sound dumb, but I’m trying to get into adult fiction and the tv show looks interesting (although I haven’t seen it yet), so I figured I might as well try this book out.
7. Rebel Seoul by Axie Oh
The plot of this sounds so freaking interesting. It’s honestly a crime that I haven’t read this yet.
8. The Hating Gamy by Sally Thorne
I’ve recently gotten into romance and I’m obsessed with the enemies of lovers to trope so of course I need to read this!
9. All the Rage by Courtney Summers
I read a couple of Summers’ books when I was in high school and wasn’t a fan. Then last year I picked up Sadie and absolutely loved it. Which made me wonder if maybe I just read her books at a time in my life when I wasn’t in the right mind set for them? I don’t know, but now I want to give the books of hers that I haven’t read yet a chance.
10. American Panda by Gloria Chao
I need one book on my TBR that takes me back to my YA contemporary roots (this genre was what truly got me into reading in the sixth grade). This look like it will be a fun read, so I’m excited for it!
What’s on your TBR?
P.S. Sorry this is way late. Things have been crazy around here, but after this we will be posting on a regular, well thought out schedule!