I stumbled across this thanks to Literary Elephant. I love this idea and I’m jumping on board!! Here is her description of Top Of The TBR (TBR by the way, for those who may not know, means To Be Read)…
But what is Top of the TBR? Good question. It’s a weekly post that will showcase any new books I’ve added to my Goodreads TBR recently, with a short explanation of why each title caught my interest. I’ll aim for 5-10 books per post; in weeks that I’ve added more than that, I’ll hold some back, and in weeks that I don’t have enough, I’ll include titles I haven’t discussed yet. Each title will be linked back to its Goodreads page for anyone interested in exploring further, as I’m not a fan of copy/pasting synopses. Anyone who wants to take part in this series with me is absolutely welcome! Please link back to any of my Top of the TBR posts so I can see what you’re reading!
Personally, my Goodreads TBR is filled with books that I have entered giveaways for. My TRUE TBR list is on Amazon. Here are the last 3 I added to my Amazon Wish List!
How I found it: Melanie’s Reads
Why I added it: “I love a good mystery and this has so many it sent me head into a spin.” – Melanie
Priority: Low. It sounds like an AMAZING read, but this is one that will probably stay on my list until my current shelf dwindles down some.
How I found it: Novelgossip
Why I added it: I first found this through Novelgossip and her review blew me away.
Priority: Medium. I am really considering cancelling a pre-order that Amazon is messing around on and just ordering this one! It’s in my cart as we speak!
How I found it: *looks around* I don’t remember!!! I’m fairly certain I saw it in an ad.
Why I added it: I need more light, fun reads in my TBR pile to break up all the serious thrillers. I tend to read books like these fast and it’s nice to have a break between serious books!
Priority: Medium. This is a book included with Prime Reading so when I next need a break between serious reads, this will be at the top of my list!
What books are on top of your TBR list??? Maybe I need to add them to mine! 🙂