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Next month, I have 8 books on my TBR. I have chosen 8, as I know I will be able to reach this, as I usually read around 10. I never specifically plan what I’m going to read, so I’m going to give it a go. It’s purely accidental they are mostly blue!

  1. Made you up by Francesca Zappia: This is at the top of my list. I’ve been wanting to read for ages but have been unable to get my hands on a copy until now. The cover is beautiful and follows the story of a girl with schizophrenia.Β 
  2. They both die at the end by Adam Silvera: I was kindly gifted this copy in hardback, so am very excited reading this! It surprisingly will be my first book by this author.
  3. Β More happy than not by Adam Silvera: I saw this is the library and noticed it was by the same author, so picked it up!
  4. 1984 by George Orwell: Not a priority for me, but trying to read more well known classics, and has been on my bookshelf a while.
  5. When elephants fly by Nancy Richardson Fischer: I’m highly interested in this book, similar to what I usually read, very excited!
  6. All the little lights by Jamie Mcguire: Added this to my TBR as I read a really good review from someones blog, and was a copy waiting for me at the library.
  7. A list of cages by Robin Roe: Again this has been on my TBR a long time, so thought it was time to actually read. I recently decluttered my TBR list, so ordered a bunch of books I never got round to.
  8. Definitions of indefinable things by Whitney Taylor: I was able to get this book for free on my boyfriends kindle, so why the heck not!

I’ll do an update post at the end of October to see if I actually stick to this specific TBR. Write in the comments one book you plan to read this month!

25 thoughts on “My October TBR

  1. I LOVE When I Elephants Fly!!! I got so excited after reading it that I made a bunch of posts on my blog just for it! Lol, if you want to know more about the author, Nancy, feel free to check out my interview with her! Ahhh but your whole TBR looks amazing! I also really want to read 1984 and Made You Up!!

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  2. I haven’t read They Both Die At The End yet, but I’m so excited to! Great post, given me lots of ideas to add to my own TBR list. I’m hoping to try and get through a few Louise Beech books and ARCs I have received (but I can never stick to a monthly list – hope you have more luck!)

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