July TBR!

If you read yesterday’s post you know that I didn’t do so well with structured reading in June. I’ve been having some rough mental health days and took a step back from reading. For July, I’d like to get back into it because reading always makes me feel better. Also, I’m going on a week vacation so I’m sure I’ll be able to do lots of reading!

For July, I’m taking part in #fournationsreadathon, an Avatar the Last Airbender themed readathon! I’m going to read in honor of the Water Nation, so some of my planned books will be going towards that readathon, and that will be denoted in the list. If you’re interested – visit instagram @fournationsreadation.


  1. The Storm Crow (The Storm Crow #1), Kalyn Josephson
  2. The Crow Rider (The Storm Crow #2), Kalyn Josephson
  3. The Merciful Crow (The Merciful Crow #1), Margaret Owen
  4. The Faithless Hawk (The Merciful Crow #2), Margaret Owen
  5. Where Dreams Descend (Kingdom of Cards #1), Janella Angeles (also for netgalley)
  6. The Hunger Games (The Hunger Games #1), Suzanne Collins
  7. Catching Fire (The Hunger Games #2), Suzanne Collins
  8. Mockingjay (The Hunger Games #3), Suzanne Collins
  9. A Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes (The Hunger Games #0), Suzanne Collins
  10. Heir of Fire (Throne of Glass #3), Sarah J. Maas (fournations)
  11. In the Neighborhood of True, Susan Kaplan Carlton (also for netgalley)
  12. The Tao of Pooh, Benjamin Hoff (fournations)


  1. Set Fire to the Gods (Set Fire to the Gods #1), Sara Raasch, Kristen Simmons
  2. The Morning Flower (The Omte Origins #2), Amanda Hocking
  3. One Hundred Dogs and Counting: One Woman, Ten Thousand Miles, and A Journey into the Heart of Shelters and Rescues, Cara Sue Achterberg
  4. A Tortured Soul, L.A. Detwiler
  5. The First to Lie, Hank Phillippi Ryan (fournations)
  6. Hieroglyphics, Jill McCorkle (fournations)
  7. The Baby Group, Caroline Corcoran
  8. I Hope You’re Listening, Tom Ryan
  9. In a Holidaze, Christina Lauren


  1. The Lost City (The Omte Origins #1), Amanda Hocking
  2. Mortal Heart (His Fair Assassins #3), Robin LaFevers

It’s a lot of books, and I definitely won’t read them all. But I plan to choose between these books in a mood reading way, so we’ll see how far I get! I’m currently in the middle of In the Neighborhood of True and The Tao of Pooh.

What are you reading this month?

Happy reading, folks!

June TBR!

Happy (or frankly, not so happy as the protests continue) June! I am filled with hope for this month. I hope for freedoms to be given and change to be in the air. I hope for lives to be spared and differences to be made for POC across the world. In less serious terms, I also hope I read another ridiculously large stack of books.

For this month, I have planned 22 books to be read. This is indeed fewer than I read last month for those of you who are playing along at home. However, I feel like last month was largely a fluke and won’t be replicated for another hundred years. So, I will continue to prioritize my Netgalley list and continue working on getting those numbers down. I’m currently at ~87% ratio, and have many books planned for this month!


  1. Escaping from Houdini (Stalking Jack the Ripper #3), Kerri Maniscalco
  2. Capturing the Devil (Stalking Jack the Ripper #4), Kerri Maniscalco
  3. The Bone Houses, Emily Lloyd-Jones
  4. Beyond a Darkened Shore, Jessica Leake
  5. Crown of Midnight (Throne of Glass #2), Sarah J. Maas
  6. The Beholder (The Beholder #1), Anna Bright
  7. The Boundless (The Beholder #2), Anna Bright
  8. DEVIATE (LIFELIKE #2), Jay Kristoff


  1. Mirage (Mirage #1), Somaiya Daud
  2. Mortal Heart (His Fair Assassin #3), Robin LaFevers
  3. Courting Darkness (Courting Darkness #1), Robin LaFevers
  4. Smoke in the Sun (Flame in the Mist #1), Renee Ahdieh
  5. Ninth House (Alex Stern #1), Leigh Bardugo
  6. If I Never Met You, Mhairi MacFarlane
  7. The Ruin of Kings (A Chorus of Dragons #1), Jenn Lyons
  8. The Name of All Things (A Chorus of Dragons #2), Jenn Lyons


  1. Just Saying, Sophie Ranald
  2. Court of Lions (Mirage #2), Somaiya Daud
  3. Ever Cursed, Corey Ann Haydu
  4. These Vengeful Hearts, Katherine Laurin
  5. The Memory of Souls (A Chorus of Dragons #3), Jenn Lyons
  6. Igniting Darkness (Courting Darkness #2), Robin LaFevers – sampler

What books are you planning to read this month?

Happy reading, folks!

May TBR!

Happy May!! Yesterday, I scheduled a time to go donate blood plasma in Delaware to help those sick with COVID-19 since I am already recovered! I’m not necessarily looking forward to it, but at least I know I will be helping people!

My May TBR is going to look a little different than normal, I’m trying something new out! I will only be planning my ebook and eARC reads because I had such a hard time getting into physical books last month. So instead of stressing myself, I will plan my library and Netgalley books and just leisurely read physical books without the pressure to read all of them! It’s just a test for this month, so we’ll see how this goes in like 31 days!

EBOOKS (from the library)

  1. Grave Mercy (His Fair Assassin #1), Robin LaFevers
  2. Dark Triumph (His Fair Assassin #2), Robin LaFevers
  3. Mortal Heart (His Fair Assassin #3), Robin LaFevers
  4. Courting Darkness (Courting Darkness #1), Robin LaFevers
  5. Get a Life, Chloe Brown (The Brown Sisters #1), Talia Hibbert
  6. The Bromance Book Club (Bromance Book Club #1), Lyssy Kay Adams
  7. The Night Circus, Erin Morgenstern


  1. The Bride, Wendy Clarke
  2. The Plus One Pact, Portia MacIntosh
  3. Dark Skies (Dark Shores #2), Danielle L. Jensen
  4. The Trouble With Hating You, Sajni Patel
  5. Set Fire to the Gods (Set Fire to the Gods #1), Sara Raasch
  6. More Than Maybe, Erin Hahn
  7. Love Sold Separately, Ellen Meister
  8. Queen of the Unwanted (The Women’s War #2), Jenna Glass
  9. Where Dreams Descend, Janella Angeles
  10. Dear Emmie Blue, Lia Louis
  11. Keep My Heart in San Francisco, Amelia Diane Coombs
  12. The House Guest, Mark Andrews
  13. Igniting Darkness (Sampler) (Courting Darkness #2), Robin LaFevers

So, this is pretty adventurous, but we’re going to try to get through it all! My Netgalley ratio will love me!

How do you plan your TBR’s?

Happy reading, folks!

April TBR!

Happy April folks! I wish I could say this month would be better than March, but I’m not sure that’s going to be true… So I’m hoping to get a lot done this month in order to help ignore the fact that life is so different than usual! I started spring cleaning my house this past weekend, and I’m working on adding housework to my daily routine so it can stay that way. I also want to get a bunch of wedding planning done this month, even though we can’t have in person meetings. Those are just a few of my goals for this month, non reading wise.

In terms of reading goals, I planned to read an astronomical amount of books again this month, that I likely won’t follow because of who I am as a person!! But, it makes me happy to aim high (I know that’s backwards). I like striving towards higher goals. So, see below for the books I hope to read in April.


  1. The Wife Between Us, Greer Hendricks & Sarah Pekkanen
  2. The Beckoning Shadow (The Beckoning Shadow #1), Katharyn Blair
  3. Well Met (Well Met #1), Jen DeLuca
  4. House of Salt and Sorrow, Erin A. Craig
  5. The Merciful Crow (The Merciful Crow #1), Margaret Owen
  6. Diamond & Dawn (Amber & Dusk #1), Lyra Selene
  7. Magic For Liars, Sarah Gailey
  8. Defy Me (Shatter Me #5), Tahereh Mafi
  9. Imagine Me (Shatter Me #6), Tahereh Mafi
  10. Muse of Nightmares (Strange the Dreamer #1), Laini Taylor
  11. Assassin’s Blade (Throne of Glass #0.5), Sarah J. Maas
  12. Crown of Midnight (Throne of Glass #2), Sarah J. Maas


  1. The Girl With the Whispering Shadow (The Crowns of Croswald #2), D. E. Night
  2. Last Memoria, Rachel Emma Shaw
  3. Chasing Lucky, Jenn Bennett
  4. What Lies Between Us, John Mrrs
  5. By the Book, Amanda Sellet
  6. Queen of the Unwanted (The Women’s War #2), Jenna Glass
  7. A Taste of Sage, Yaffa S. Santos
  8. The Circus Rose, Betsy Cornwell

Like I said, I planned too many books because of who I am as a person!! Come tell me what books you’re planning to read this month!

Happy reading, folks!