Downsizing the TBR Pile #amreading

This was one of my favorite weekends of the year – the SOKY Book Fest and Writer’s Conference.  Do I really need to tell you I bought more books?  But only 3!  I had a fantastic time and I’ll post pics later this week.  Still trying to figure out the whole Instagram thing, but I’m committed to posting there also.

Some friends and I are starting up a book club again – the first meeting is this coming weekend.  Always difficult to find a date that works for everyone’s schedule, and not everyone can be there on Saturday.  One friend is a teacher and will be attending her 26th (I think) prom – chaperoning, of course.  I should probably get started reading the book.

I finished a couple of books.  This one wasn’t included in my previous TBR post, but I read Whispering Corridors by Ambrose Ibsen for the book discussion at Lilyn’s blog, Scifi and Scary.  It was a miss for me (that’s an awesome cover), but I had a great time discussing it with others and look forward to the next selection in June.

The Impending Possession of Scarlet Wakebridge-Rose by S.L. Saboviec is a well-written, compelling book with some surprising twists.  I didn’t find Scarlet to be particularly likable, but still an enjoyable read.

Currently reading:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Up next:

TBR:  109

Read:  2

Bought:  3

Total:  110 (heavy sigh)

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20 thoughts on “Downsizing the TBR Pile #amreading

  1. I do love these posts. Downsizing the TBR pile is awesome and like these introductions to new reads. (Though I just bought two books yesterday… *sigh* I’ll never get to all of them. I applaud you for even counting them. I think I’d cry.) 😉

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    1. I’ve tried to keep an accurate count – would I bet my life that it’s correct? Do I look crazy? (Maybe don’t answer that) I’ll probably never get to all of them, but it sure is fun trying.

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