October is the perfect time to open the thrillers I have on my TBR stack.
Most of the books in my stack are new releases. I look forward i particular to reading Gilly MacMillan’s new novel as I have enjoyed reading every story she has written. in addition, Karin Slaughter is another of my favourite authors.
Are you picking up any thrillers this month? If so, which one are you going to read first?
This month I am hoping to read five books over the weekends and when I get back home from work. I haven’t been too ambitious with my TBR stack this month as school starts this week and the first few months back are filled with deadlines.
The two nonfiction titles should be perfect for this month as they are easier to put down than fiction. There is a book I am waiting for that I pre-ordered and I am sure to read that one (a sequel to a novel I loved!). The start of school has been set back by a few days so I may be able to fit that one in as well.
How many books do you have in your TBR for September?
I have decided to keep my TBR small for August: I have a couple of e-books, a few books from July’s TBR which i will try to get to, and these beauties. School starts up again in September so I know I will be spending a lot of time getting ready for the new school year – especially as I didn’t have a chance to clean up at the end of last year!
How many books do you have in your TBR for August?
During the month of June I plan to read a few more of the books that have been on my shelf for over a year. With both the library and the book stores closed, I have been slowly whittling down the books on my TBR shelf.
In addition to these, my plan is to finish reading the Throne of Glass Series by Sarah J Maas which I began in May. If I have time to read more, I will pick up a novel as dictated by my mood. June is the month for report cards so I will see how many titles I am able to enjoy.
When choosing my To Be Read stack for this month, I was not too ambitious despite my knowledge that I will be staying at home until the end of the month. Although I will be home, I will be working on creating tasks for my students through my online classroom.
I have tried to choose a mix of genres and have included some middle grade stories, fantasy novels, and some contemporary fiction. There are a number of titles here that I am quite excited to read.