I already kicked off the month by starting two audiobooks and a physical book! Go me! Anyway, here’s my TBR for August!
1. Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins
I had this on my July TBR, but just never got to it. However, I started it just yesterday on audiobook! I’m only 40 minutes in, but loving it so far. Hoping that it’s just as good as The Hunger Games!
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I hereby dedicate this month to all the library books I took out at once… Which means those are pretty much going to be the entirety of my July TBR.
1. The Brightsiders by Jen Wilde
Saw this at my library, and decided to pick it up. I’m always down for some bi girl rep, so when I saw my library had this on the YA New Release shelf, I wanted to snag it. I guess it’s also a way to distract myself until Queens of Geek comes back so I can read that, too.
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June is here once again! Yay! I honestly love this month; not because of the weather (because, ew, summer), but because it’s Pride Month! And since it’s Pride Month, I’m going to try to read as many books either about the LGBT+ community, or with characters who are a part of the LGBT+ community…along with reading whatever books I have that I haven’t read after years of owning them.
1. The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins
I actually started listening to this on audiobook last month as a way to introduce myself to, well, audiobooks. I love it so far! I only have an hour and a half left, so I’m hoping to finish it within the first half of the month.
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1. A People’s History of the United States by Howard Zinn
This was the only book I couldn’t get to in April, so I’m making sure to get to it this month. I read parts of it for APUSH four or five years ago, and I’ve been meaning to read it since then.
2. Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi
I saw this at the library yesterday and decided to snag it due to all the hype surrounding it. I can’t wait to start it because YA fantasy with magic and a black cast of characters? Yes, please.
Continue reading “MONTHLY TBR #2 | May 2018”
I decided to start doing monthly TBRs (TBR: to be read, for those who didn’t know)…we’ll see how these go, haha. I’m much more of an emotional reader, so I’m not sure if I’ll stick to this list, but I’ll try since it will be the first time I’ll be doing it. So, without further ado, let’s get into it!
1. Do Your Laundry or You’ll Die Alone by Becky Blades and 1001 Things Every College Student Needs to Know by Harry H. Harrison Jr.
Both of these books were gifts from my parents when I graduated high school back in 2016, and outside of flipping through them, I never actually read them. I decided I’ll just group them together since they’re really short books, and I’ll also review them together as well. They have similar content, so why not? Moving on to my (hopefully) second read this month:
2. Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo
I read Six of Crows twice before, but I just got my hands on Crooked Kingdom, its sequel, and I forgot what happened at the end of Six of Crows. So, here I am, planning to reread it in April. And since I just said I recently bought Crooked Kingdom, it seems pretty obvious what the next book is going to be…
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