My Weekly TBR Pile: 05.01.15 – 11.01.15

Happy New Year Bloglets,

I hope you all had a lovely Christmas and New Year. I got some lovely books for Christmas that I cannot wait to delve into. But before I can do that I seriously need to make a dent in my ever growing ‘To Be Read’ pile.

This is the first TBR blog that I have written in two weeks therefore I have a few blog posts to tell you about. The past few books that I reviewed include:

Trouble by Non Pratt

Ticker by Lisa Mantchev

A Christmas Feast and Other Stories by Katie Fforde

Jessie Hearts NYC by Keris Stainton

The Last Virgin Alive by Stephanie Crosby

We Should Hang Out Sometime: Embarrassingly, a true story by Josh Sundquist

The Last Days of Rabbit Hayes by Anna McPartlin

Dorothy Must Die by Danielle Paige

I Don’t Care About Your Band by Julie Klausner

No Place Like Oz by Danielle Paige

I have one review up and coming next week; I really need to get a wiggle on with that.

I am currently reading The Year of Taking Chances by Lucy Diamond. I’ve never read anything by her before but I am really enjoying it so far.

Now, it has come to my attention that I have a lot of books. This is not a big shock or anything but I have realised that I have a lot of books that I am itching to read. Therefore, I have resolved to read one review book and one personal book. I know that this will slow down my reviewing rates on NetGalley and BookBridgr but I do want to read some of the books that I have personally picked up.

With that in mind, from now on I will try to read in the following way:

1 x Review Book

1 x Personal Book

1 x Short Story

1 x Library Book (I work in a school and vet the YA literature before they are available for the students in case they are inappropriate for lower school)

If I have any time after that I will grab another review book.

Sounds like a great plan. How long this plan will last one never knows.

Wish me luck!

L x

Ps – I would love to know what you are all reading so please leave me a comment and let me know.

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