March TBR + TBR Highs and Lows

When thinking about what I wanted my TBR to me this month this thought popped up which was that I didn’t read as many of the most popular LGBT+ books in 2019 releases. The top two list articles that showed up when I googled it were Harper’s Bazaar Magazine and The Oprah Magazine. From Harper’s Bazaar Magazine list, I read 2 out of the 20 books and from the list of The Oprah Magazine I read 0 books from that list. So, I picked five books from those two lists.

Find Me (Call Me By Your Name, #2) Please Send Help (I Hate Everyone But You, #2) Patsy: A Novel Mostly Dead Things

Find Me is the sequel of Call Me By Your Name which I have read but haven’t seen the movie yet.

 

What is TBR Highs and Lows?

When you pick several books from your tbr list and see if you still want to read that book and if no, you unhaul that book. It’s an excellent way to get rid off of the books you don’t want to read anymore.

Fever (A Ballroom Romance, #1)

I just re-read the blurb of this one and it got me intrigued.

Verdict : Keep

Wanted (Love in London #1)

I feel like it has too many likenesses to other books I read the same type of story.

Verdict : Unhaul

Don't Read the Comments

A 2020 release, that I feel I can relate to.

Verdict : Keep

The Finding (The Legend of Oescienne, #1)

I don’t feel that it’s the kind of fantasy I want to read plus it’s a huge with 500+ pages.

Verdict : Unhaul

Shameless

After re-reading the blurb, this book isn’t interesting me.

Verdict : Unhaul

So now, I have 36 books in my tbr list. Can I read them all in one month? I guess we’ll have to wait and see!

Alex

 

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