Downsizing the TBR Pile #amreading

Well – it’s been months since I’ve posted an update on this – been a little busy with the release of Sarah.  Good news and bad news – the good news is that I’ve read a lot of books, but not necessarily in my TBR pile.  I crushed my Goodreads challenge months ago.  The bad news (but it can’t really be considered bad news to buy books) is that I’ve added to the pile.

22299763Crooked Kingdom by Leigh Bardugo was released in September, but I held onto it until Thanksgiving to treat myself – I read Six of Crows at the same time last year.  This is undoubtedly at the top of my list of favorite series – richly detailed world-building, distinct and unforgettable characters, and an intricate plot that holds constant surprises.  I just loved everything about this book.



27138183I also finished Atonement, Tennessee by Teagan Geneviene (review here) and Food for Poe by Mae 25213788Clair (review here) – both well-written and entertaining books by indie authors that would make excellent Christmas gifts!

My next reads will be an ARC I received from an agent and some books I bought or received during Bad Moon Rising – I’d love to get these reviews posted by the end of the month.


Currently reading:







Up next:

And the final damage is:

TBR pile:  98

Read:  3

Bought:  12

Total:  107



12 thoughts on “Downsizing the TBR Pile #amreading

  1. Thanks for the mention about Food for Poe, Teri. I’m delighted you enjoyed it.
    Like you, I’ve been busy hammering out a deadline and now that it’s behind me, I’m excited to be diving back into my TBR. I shot low on by Goodreads challenge this year because I knew I had two looming deadlines, but passed it months ago. Books are such an addiction, LOL!

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