February TBR

My February TBR looks a bit like this:

Finish both books that I started in January:

         

And three other books I hope to at least start (and hopefully finish)!

          
Click on the image and get taken to the Goodreads page! What are you planning to read in February?

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Another 2014 TBR Pile Challenge

So looking around, I have decided to take part in another challenge. Why? Well there is different rules to this challenge, and I feel doing both will help me focus on working my way through more of my TBR pile.

So to find out more about this challenge – hosted by Bookish – please click on the image above to see. The rules are more flexible which means I will be able to add more of my TBR pile to this challenge.

The level that I am aiming for is sweet summer fling = 31 to 40 TBR books.

I have identified 14 TBR books in my previous post:

1. Pretties By Scott Westerfeld

2. The Sense of an Ending By Julian Barnes

3. Elsewhere By Gabrielle Zevin

4. White Oleander By Janet Fitch

5. Shadowmancer By G. P. Taylor

6. The Memory Keeper’s Daughter By Kim Edwards

7. The Sunflower Forest By Torey Hayden

8. I Did Tell, I Did By Cassie Harte

9. The Thief Lord By Cornelia Funke

10. Ink Death By Cornelia Funke

11. Class By Jane Beaton

12. Raspberries on the Yangtze By Karen Wallace

13. The Informant Officer By Mark Mills

14. To Die For By Carol Lee

And here are 26 more books:

15. Paper Towns By John Green

16. Human Remains By Elizabeth Haynes

17. Sharp Objects By Gillian Flynn

18. Dark Places By Gillian Flynn

19. Finding Emma By Steena Holmes

20. Emma’s Secret By Steena Holmes

21. Northhanger Abbey By Jane Austen

22. I Never Promised You A Rose Garden By Joanne Greenberg

23. Cursed By Benedict Jacka

24. Fated By Benedict Jacka

25. Scarred By Julia Hoban

26. Finding Violet Park By Jenny Valentine

27. Grave Minder By Melissa Marr

28. Under the Never Sky By Veronica Rossi

29. Through the Ever Night By Veronica Rossi

30. Dibs in Search of Self By Virginia M. Axline

31. Go Ask Alice By Anonymous

32. Wormwood By G. P. Taylor

33. The Raging Quiet By Sherryl Jordan

34. Clockwork Angle By Cassandra Clare

35. Clockwork Prince By Cassandra Clare

36. Memoirs of an Imaginary Friend By Mathew Green

37. The Sacrificial Man By Ruth Dugdall

38. A Novel Death By Judi Culbertson

39. Pushing the Limits By Katie McGarry

40. The Hundred-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out of the Window and Disappeared By Jonas Jonasson

2014 TBR Pile Challenge

Please Click on the image above to find out more about this challenge!

My List:

1. Pretties By Scott Westerfeld (2005)

2. The Sense of an Ending By Julian Barnes (2011)

3. Elsewhere By Gabrielle Zevin (2005)

4. White Oleander By Janet Fitch (1999)

5. Shadowmancer By G. P. Taylor (2003)

6. The Memory Keeper’s Daughter By Kim Edwards (2005)

7. The Sunflower Forest By Torey Hayden (1984)

8. I Did Tell, I Did By Cassie Harte (2009)

9. The Thief Lord By Cornelia Funke (2000)

10. Ink Death By Cornelia Funke (2007)

11. Class By Jane Beaton (2008)

12. Raspberries on the Yangtze By Karen Wallace (2000)

Alternatives:

1. The Informant Officer By Mark Mills (2009)

2. To Die For By Carol Lee (2004)

January TBR

I don’t normally give myself TBR (To Be Read) lists, I just go with the flow. However, I have decided this year to be more organised with my reading to help improve my blog and regularity of blog posts.

So I will be doing monthly TBR posts, and at the end of the month I will do a review of that months reading, and other bookish things.

So what do I plan to read in January?

The Reflections of Queen Snow White By David Meredith

Human Remains By Elizabeth Haynes

The Eyre Affair By Jasper Fforde

The Name of the Star By Maureen Johnson

Okay so I am only putting four books on my list, but may manage to read a wee bit more than four. However, I want to keep my TBR lists manageable.  So has anyone read these books? What did you think? What do you think of my January TBR?

September TBR

So I thought I would start doing a monthly TBR as having a set list of books to read does help me read the books that I need to get through, many of which have sat on my self unread for far too long!

I will be back at university mid-way through September, which does mean my reading will slow down slightly, but if I have some targets I might manage to get through quite a few books each month!

As usual click on the cover and be taken to the goodreads page!

Gone Girl By Gillian Flynn

Mila 2.0 By Debra Driza

Concealed By Sang Kromah

Sister By Rosamund Lupton

Cracked: Why Psychiatry is Doing More Harm than Good By James Davies

Let me know if you have read any of these books, what did you think? Any that you think I should read first? Let me know. I really would appreciate your comments.