Saturday, March 14, 2020

Tackling the TBR Week 10: Mar 8 - Mar 14, 2020

My TBR has been out of control for YEARS. Then in January of 2019 I started tracking weekly my true reading/acquiring habits, and voila! I have been able to keep on top of things a little bit better. I may never get below 1,000 books, but at least I won't be topping out over 5,000! When a book cover is linked, it goes to the review here on my blog.

I will be posting on the 7th, 14th, 21st, and the last day of the month. Feel free to join in if you'd like!

If you read these posts often, you will recall that it's usually just a boring list of numbers. I am trying to make it more interactive and show off what I am reading and potential treasures I am finding.


Previous Week's TBR Total: 3,110

Currently Reading: 10
  45046797  24450837 45046716 5334090  

Books Added to TBR: 9
51351964 13426638 51256446
29977072. sy475  36739320. sy475  41104077. sy475  44657349 
Books Removed from TBR: 2
Books Read: 7
36610139 51060018. sy475  29625336. sy475  20428284

Books DNF-ed: 0

Duplicates Removed: 0

New TBR Total: 3,116

I ain't even mad about the slight increase. School has been cancelled for the coming week for Eleanor and I, so we will have plenty of time to read!

Any of these catch your eye? Have you already read any? Let me know!

Happy Reading!


  1. I see that you added 'Invisible Women' [grin]. I'm betting that you get around to reading it before I do. I look forward to your thoughts.

    1. Oh yes, you KNOW that is one I am bumping to the top of the list! I have requested the ebook from the library - that will be the hardest part of this pandemic for me, not going to the library for my weekly therapy of books books books. I am 7th in line for the ebook.

  2. I already dislike the book justifying the hell inflicted on the English language by the internet. :p

    1. Saaaaaaaame. Though, as you acan see, I am also part of the problem, haha ;)

  3. the wreck of the old 97; there's a song about that isn't there? or am i confused... again...

    1. Yes, there is! You are in the UK, right? In the book the author talked about a group of students who had gone abroad and at customs the customs officer saw where the students were from (Danville) and mentioned the wreck and the song. I had no idea the whole story was so universal!

    2. well, no.. near Astoria, Oregon actually...

    3. Wow! I wonder why I thought you were in the UK also. Odd. For the life of me, I can't even remember why I thought that!

  4. I hope you are able to make a big dent in your tbr pile while you are off next week. I hope you enjoy all of your new additions!

  5. Looks like a nice mix. I see a few there that look like great Easter reading.


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