Perhaps I am exaggerating (but not by much). The conversation morphed into a discussion about to-be-read piles and how writer/readers are basically crack addicts, but instead of buying drugs from a shady dude on a street corner, they buy books.
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So here, without further preamble, is my TBR pile.
I seriously cannot wait to read every single one of these books. I'm particularly looking forward to The Night Circus, I Hunt Killers, and Awkward.
And here's my bookshelf with the holes where the TBR pile usually hangs out.
I tend to pack away the books I've read, only because there are four of us living in a really, really tiny house, but someday I will have a library, and ALL of my books will be on display. The day will come damnit.
The others included in this TBR pile challenge listed what they've read so far this year and I am embarrassed---so embarrassed---to admit I've only read five books so far this year. *hangs head in shame*
So here are the books I've read:
Stormdancer by Jay Kristoff
Dark Inside by Jeyn Roberts
Under the Never Sky by Veronica Rossi
The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight by Jennifer Smith
The Assassin and the Pirate Lord by Sarah Maas
And I also read an awesome unpubbed manuscript by my good friend Danielle Ellison.
I'm currently reading:
Storm by Brigid Kemmerer and False Memory by Dan Krokos
Bot Wars is due tomorrow, so I plan to finish both books in the next few days and then my total read so far this year will be a whopping seven!
Check out the other TBR Pile posts:
(Side note: when I started piling up the books on my desk to take a picture of my TBR pile, my husband said, "You haven't read any of these books?! Why do you keep buying books then?" And I said, "Let's pretend you never saw this pile.")