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TBR Lows & Highs #5

Okay, so I’d been doing Down the TBR Hole for quite some time and really loved it. BUT, it started to feel a bit like a chore, which is why I’d cut down on it. Luckily, Destiny decided to create a new similar-but-different feature that’s loads of fun called TBR Lows and Highs!

Rules:

  • Link back to the original post at Howling Libraries
  • Sort your Goodreads TBR shelf by date added, ascending
  • Find 5-10 (or more, if you feel ambitious!) titles to purge from your TBR (the “lows”)
  • Post those 5 books in the list, with a brief explanation of why you removed it
  • Next, sort your Goodreads TBR shelf by date added, descending
  • List the last 5 (or more!) books you added to your TBR, with a synopsis or your brief summary of why you added it (the “highs”)

To Remove:

One More Thing
I can see why this interested me at one point (I love The Office), but it just… doesn’t anymore.

The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian
Everyone seems to love this and it sounds like an important book so I feel guilty removing it, but it just doesn’t seem like something that interests me.

Prozac Nation
Feel meh re-reading the blurb.

The Paths We Choose
Okay, how about I read the first book before I read the sequel.

Heroine Worship
Same as above: first book first, second book second!

Newly Added:

Dead Girls
I saw that Mallory O’Meara was reading this and thought it sounded suuuper interesting.

The Man in the Picture and The Small Hand
I finished my first Susan Hill read recently and had to add something else of hers to my TBR.

There Is No Good Card for This
I saw a friend of mine was reading this and, having a lot of friends who have gone through trauma recently, felt like it would be a good thing to pick up.

Courtroom 302
I started the new season of Serial (the podcast) today, and apparently this book was the inspiration!

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(Covers courtesy of Goodreads.)

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8 thoughts on “TBR Lows & Highs #5”

  1. Ah, I remember when Destiny introduced this idea. I like that you’re giving it a go as well! It sounds like a more fun way to keep on top of your TBR by looking at both the ‘highs’ and ‘lows’ rather than just the ‘lows’. I’ll add this to my list of memes to try one day, lol.

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    1. I definitely think it’s a lot more enjoyable! It’s also making me keep track of WHY I add books to my TBR, which is going to be very helpful to future me.

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