Down the TBR Hole #2

Hey Guys!

It’s Sunday – and you know what that means! REVIEW DAY!
People who Read the Title: *cough cough* May, this isn’t a review post!
People who Read a Lot of My Posts: *Hmmm..* May, this feels very like the last time you did a Down the TBR Hole…
Yeah…well you are both right again! I know it isn’t a Thursday so I shouldn’t technically be doing a Down the TBR Hole post but my best friend Anna told me that I needed to clear out my TBR and I haven’t read any book that I could do a full review on recently so that’s why I am doing this today instead of my typical review Sunday post. Also this took me far too long to type out because I have pulled a muscle or a nerve or something in my shoulder so now I can’t move my left arm without a stabbing sensation killing me haha. So apologies for potentially a shorter post depending on how long I can keep up the typing.

Anwaaaaaay, if you don’t know what the Down the TBR Hole Bookish Meme is, then I will explain. It was originally created by Lia at Lost in a Story but now it is done by basically every book blogger and their second aunties, cousins, dog twice removed. Here are the rules, and let’s jump into this!

  • Go to your Goodreads to-read shelf.
  • Order on ascending date added.
  • Take the first 5 (or 10 if you’re feeling adventurous) books
  • Read the synopses of the books
  • Decide: keep it or should it go?

Glimpse by Stacy Wallace Benefiel

This does sound really good and very like a lot of books I read but I haven’t been liking many supernatural reads at the moment so my first reaction was to kick it. Then I found out that it’s only like 250 pages and I decided that I should keep it because it does sound very cute and definitely gives me Fallen Star by Jessica Sorenson vibes.


Artichoke Hearts by Sita Brahmachari

Nope. I read the blub and instantly knew this wasn’t for me. I don’t even remember adding it to my TBR to be honest but either way it is gone now.


So Not Happening by Jenny B. Jones

This is another one that I don’t remember adding and it is really not my cup of tea now. It just sounds dull and kind of stereotypical. I am in the mood to be brutal about the list today so I am kicking this one.


Also Known As by Robin Benway

I don’t even have to think about this! Keep it all the way! Spies, Romance, High School Drama – this seems like everything I love in a book.


Breaking up with Barrett by Katy Regnary

Can I stop writing my post right now to read this? This is exactly the book I have been looking for all month and it was hidden on my own TBR?!? And the fact it is the first in a series of 6!! Do I even need to say Keep?


So I know I was joking about ending my post here to go and read that but actually I am because the call of it is too strong haha! I found it so satisfying and I will definitely do it again! I decided just to do 5 the same as last time because it seemed to work quite well. Anyway, I hope you have a great day and I will see y’all tomorrow ❤

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