It’s another TBR clean up!
With the purchase of new books and an every growing list of TBR, I realized that I need to keep on top of this!
Even if death by a sea of books isn’t the worst thing to die from, I need to clean up my TBR BAD.
The book tag was originally created by Lia, formerly @ Lost in a Story.
For those of you who haven’t taken a look or participated, here’s the breakdown:
- Go to your Goodreads to-read shelf.
- Order on ascending date added.
- Take the first 5 (or 10 if you’re feeling adventurous) books
- Read the synopses of the books
- Decide: keep it or should it go?
This is a process that we (I) will be doing every week meaning that we (I) have to keep track of where we (I) ended and where we (I) will move forward from. From what I’ve seen many book bloggers have chosen their own intervals but many have done it in intervals of 5. For example Week 1 we (I) will do book/s 1-5 on the TBR list. Then Week 2 will be 6-10 and so on.
This will continue until the whole TBR list is filtered through, leaving only the books you (I) actually plan to read.
I can’t recall marking this book as TBR but the premise is intriguing enough that I’ll keep it.
Ehh. From the premise, it sounds like a Romeo and Juliet retelling. I don’t fancy those as much anymore so it’s going to be a no from me.
As obsessed with Vampires as I once was, I’ve think I’ve exhausted the Twilight-esque themes in YA Vampire Romance Novels.
Now this one is one I am still very intrigued to read. I’m very familiar with the concepts of Jinn (who isn’t, really?) but in a YA setting? I haven’t come across a book like this one. So it stays 🙂
I’m not entirely too sure on this one. I guess I’ll save it for a rainy day.
Overall Verdict: 2/5 books will be kept1/5 possible rainy day2/5 books will be removed
Have you read any of the books on this list?
Let me know in the comments below or tag me on your TBR post, I would love to see what books you guys have on there! ❤