August 2019 TBR

Alright, we’re hitchin’ up our boots and kickin’ our own butt. It’s time to get back into reading full tilt! Eight books. That’s how many I’m reading this month (whether I like it or not. It’s happening.) So these are my picks:

  • The First Phone Call From Heaven (Mitch Albom)
  • Red Queen (Victoria Aveyard)
  • Throne of Glass (Sarah J Maas)
  • The Wedding (Nicholas Sparks)
  • The Forgotten Child (Richard Gallear)
  • If I stay (Gayle Forman)
  • A Nearly Normal Family (M T Edvardsson)
  • The Silent Wife (A S A Harrison)

Bam. Those are them. I’ll be honest – I just pulled random ones off my shelves. Mind you, Albom, Aveyard, and Maas are ones I specifically bought to read (not just because they sounded good) so I think those will be easy to get through. We already know I love Albom’s work. And I’m (in a totally not crazy way) obsessed with Maas and have been meaning to read some of her other work for a million years now. And Aveyard’s books are pretty hyped but I read the back of Red Queen and was genuinely excited by the synopsis.

And then I always love a good sob-fest (which is what I’m constantly guaranteed with Sparks.) Gallear was one that caught my eye a few buys ago and Edvardsson was pretty hyped up a month or two ago, so that should be good. Forman and Harrison are the only two I’m not entirely sure I’ll enjoy (but if I’m being honest that could just simply be because I haven’t read the synopsis for either since I bought them and have absolutely no idea what they’re about anymore.)

But that’s it. I wrote it down, and I must do as my planner tells me. I am a slave to my planner. It runs my life. So if it says I shall read – then I shall read!

Wish me luck!

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