I was tagged by Ellis to do this fun-turned-torture tag and I take full responsibility for saying yes. I do want to mention that for a moment there, I did feel somewhat conflicted about wanting and not wanting to do it. Like do you guys even know Ellis? What kind of people tag other people with the task of burning one of their favorite books? Playing favorites with your favorites? Short answer: our kind. It was fun, though (which it wouldn’t have been if Saving Francesca and/or The Piper’s Son were also in the options) (thank goodness I hadn’t read them around the time I got tagged).
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How do you keep track of your TBR?
|Some of my print TBR. Emphasis on some.|
Is your TBR mostly print or eBooks?
How do you determine which book from your TBR to read next?
Whatever suits my mood. I try to stay on top of latest releases but as a mood reader, it’s pretty much out of the question. I’ve tried (and failed).
A book that has been on your TBR the longest?
A book you recently added to your TBR?
|A part of my Goodreads to-read shelf.|
A book in your TBR because of its beautiful cover?
A book in your TBR that you never plan on reading?
An unpublished book in your TBR that you’re excited for?
A book in your TBR that everyone recommends to you?
|Hell yeah. // No… // YASSS. // Of course, yes.|
Number of books in my TBR?
No idea, really. I guess the number is more than six hundred? It keeps changing because I mainly keep track of it on my Goodreads and I tend to cull every few months. I hardly ever keep track of my print TBR except when I’m buying books he he.
I’m an emoji abuser and when Meg tagged me to do the emoji book tag, I couldn’t resist because moar heart eyes for me. I think the tag started on YouTube back in June.
Victor Vale makes me go like this whenever I think about him. He’s such a genius and his habit of blackening his parents psychology books is just gaaah. No words only heart eyes emoji faces.