July – September TBR

Back in March, I decided instead of doing a monthly TBR, I would write a three-monthly one. I had 20 books on my last one and managed to read 17 of them (along with a whole bunch of stuff that wasn’t on it). This time around, I have 19, so if I can make similar progress, I’ll be pretty happy. Instead of one big graphic, this time, I’ve divided my reading into sections. So without further ado:


Three of these are publishing within  the next three months, and in the case of the only one that is publishing later than that, the publisher doesn’t have any kind of policy about when reviews should be posted, so I figure I can get them all knocked off sooner rather than later. Yes, these are the only ARCs I have pending at the moment. I can’t fathom you people with 20 or 30 pending at once! 😛


Beat the Backlist Challenge 2017

Books that I own:

Books that were added to my TBR prior to 2016:

Probably not surprising that 3/5 of these have been on my TBR so long that I had no idea what they even were until I drew them out of my TBR jar and looked them up for this post. And even Station Eleven and We Were Liars, I know very little about.

Australian Women Writers Challenge

*Part of my challenge-within-a-challenge was to read at least two books by LGBTI authors. I failed in this part of my challenge last year, but hopefully these two will grab me this year, and maybe I’ll even end up reading more!

At the moment, I’m actually powering my way through a few more Series of Unfortunate Events books by Lemony Snicket, which I abandoned for a while while trying to get more on my TBR read. But I’ll be getting onto this list soon enough. Stay tuned!


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