Wednesday, June 22, 2011

TBR: Library Edition


Today, I’m switching it up. I want to let you all in what’s in my TBR (To Be Read) pile, the library edition. Let me know if any of them are particularly awesome or if you need to add something even more awesome to the list, because I am ALWAYS looking for new books to devour, typically YA (okay, mainly YA). This is not to say, however, that I would count anything out. If it’s interesting and will keep me up, I want it, and if it’s romance based, I want it NOW (or yesterday…hurry up, please). On to the list:


TBR pile: Library Edition: (Here are the books that I have checked out currently)

            Vesper byJeff Sampson (almost done)
            TheGardener by S. A. Bodeen (awesome premise, much?)
            Candor byPam Bachorz
            Devil’s Kissby Sarwat Chadda (library teen section recommendation)
            Love Is Hell anthology (I don’t do short stories, but wth *shrug*)
            Possessedby Katie Cann
            Accompliceby Eireann Corrigan
            TheReplacement by Brenna Yovanoff


I know. I get way too many books from the library at one time. BUT, I do typically read them all (even if it takes a few renews). If any of them are particularly amazing, I’ll let you know, and if I abhor them (or any other book), I won’t say because karma is a B, and I want all authors to do well and live in harmony *cue the violins*.

Sometime soon (probably this week, if not soon, soon in the next few days,) I’ll give you the “TBR: bought and waiting on my shelves” pile.

Now to leave you with a song to write by, "Nicest Thing" by Kate Nash, one of the nicest songs I've ever heard. [The link is to the YouTube video, because Blogger won't cooperate with me right now...]




2 comments:

  1. I envy you! I'm the same when I pick up books from the library but I often leave them after a few pages. Why you ask? Because I didn't like the beginning, lol. See, this happens with movies, i can live with that, but books! Sheesh. *pokes brain to wake up* Anyway... Haven't read those. I'm not the most well-read writer, *blushes* But! I recommend anything written by Elizabeth laird and Kevin Brookes. ^_^

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  2. lol. I'll have to look into those. Thanks for the suggestions!

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