The TBR Tag

I saw this tag on Kira Jeanette, and found it fascinating. I really don’t think much when it comes to my TBR, which is why I found it an interesting tag.

How do you keep track on your TBR list?

Don’t really know. Obviously, with the physical ones I know which ones I still haven’t read. Each year, I have one main classic I hope to read- like this year, it belonged to Hard Times. Or I already know what I want the year to start with.

If it is a series, I usually don’t take a break- unless of course, it is a new series where you know there are future books. Well, I don’t have a gigantic TBR list- as in like 50 or more- so it is easy to think of.

Is your TBR mostly print or ebook?

I think it is a good mix between the two.

How do you determine which book from your TBR to read next?

Depends on what I feel like- I do alternate between classics and fantasy and there are times when another genre sneaks in. Meaning I wouldn’t do two classics on top of each other- due to their toughness

Name a book that you recently added to your TBR list

Technically, 3 books recently got added since they are ALL part of a series. It belongs to A Tale of Magic series, the prequel to Land of Stories. I already fell in love with Land of Stories, which is connected to this particular series.

  1. A Tale of Magic
  2. A Tale of Witchcraft
  3. A Tale of Sorcery

Then, there are the additional Lord of the Rings books- as in the ones that are NOT The Hobbit and Lord of the Rings. Want to be able to continue exploring Middle Earth

Is there a book that’s on your TBR list strictly because of its beautiful cover?

I never choose to read a book based on its cover even though that might make me read the summary blurb. A lot of my TBR has nothing to do with its beautiful cover.

Is there a book on your TBR that you never plan on actually reading?

This never has happened to me

Name an unpublished book on your TBR that you’re excited for

Silverborn: The Mystery of Morrigan Crow- Jessica Townsend (more like the rest of the Nevermoor books- I actually am aware there supposed to be 6 more). Silverborn is the only one I know the name of for the future ones.

Well, I already read the first three Nevermoor books——so if I already fell in love with the series, it is time to continue reading them. Just have to wait for the others to come out.

Is there a book on your TBR that basically everyone has read but you?

Honestly don’t know- meaning I don’t know other people’s TBR

Is there a book on your TBR that everyone recommends you read?

I can think of the opposite- books that were recommended that were already read. I decided to pick up on House in the Cerulean Sea and Nevermoor: The Trials of Morrigan Crow due to seeing them recommended on the blog world.

A book on your TBR you’re very excited to read

Man Who Invented Christmas- I got this one last Christmas and considering my love for A Christmas Carol, it makes total sense to love this book. Man Who Invented Christmas is the story of how A Christmas Carol was created.

The number of books on your TBR shelf

I honestly don’t know. Hmmm, I will just list some of my TBR books here- some of which I don’t own. Some are rereads. Some I only left off due to not knowing the names.

  1. Silverborn: The Mystery of Morrigan Crow
  2. Tale of Magic Series
  3. The entire Lord of the Rings books (as in not just limited to Hobbit/Lord of the Rings)
  4. Harry Potter
  5. Jane Eyre
  6. Wuthering Heights
  7. Tess D (what is that Hardy book?)
  8. Pickwick Papers
  9. Little Dorit
  10. Gulliver’s Travels
  11. Kidnapped
  12. Singular Sensation
  13. Something Wonderful
  14. Defying Gravity
  15. A Hero with a Thousand Faces
  16. Sherlock Holmes
  17. A Little Princess

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