MONTHLY TBR #9 | December 2018 TBR

Hi, everyone! So for my TBR, I usually just pick a bit of whatever sounds good and make a list out of it. But for December, I tried something different: I allowed the denizens of Twitter to choose my TBR through polls! Although, I do have to say, there were a few books I knew for certain I was going to read no matter what. If you want to look through the thread for yourself, here’s the link! To make it extra fun, I created categories for the polls, as you will soon see. Most of them are self-explanatory, but the last one, “Set in Stone,” is for the few books that I know I’ll read.

Now, let’s get into it!

Storm Front by Jim Butcher


A Darker Shade of Magic by V.E. Schwab

A Darker Shade of Magic by V.E. Schwab

It…wasn’t very close at all. Out of 23 votes, 87% were for A Darker Shade of Magic and 13% for Storm Front.

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