I’m 7 days into November and I’m putting together my first TBR list. I usually never line-up my reads but I’m going to see how that works for me this month.
First off, I’m planning on finishing my audible version of The Black Prism by Brent Weeks.
I am absolutely loving it. I am looking forward to continuing with the series and completely kicking myself for prolonging the reading of Brent’s works. I’ll do a review on this once I’m done.
Second, I really want to finish Senlin Ascends by Josiah Bancroft this week! I’ve been S L O W L Y making my way through this because I stupidly kept adding books into my daily reading. Poor Senlin has taking a backseat in my reading schedule and it’s mostly because it is something I’m reading on my iBooks app. For some reason… audible, hard copies, and kindle get my attention first. I think that’s because I get distracted by notifications and a million other things on my phone. YOU DESERVE MORE THAN ME, SENLIN. Seriously, this is a unique and wonderful story thus far. The fact that this was self-published and originally didn’t garner much interest is a testament to the success that can come when authors NEVER quit while trying to get their work noticed.
Lastly, I want to finish up Fate of the Fallen by Kel Kade. I have not gotten very far. As I said before, I’ve been reading about four books at once, and with three of them being fantasy, it has gotten pushed aside. My book of the month box will be in today or tomorrow so I want to get through this one before starting one of those! Once I get through Senlin Ascends, I’ll be able to focus more on this.
Next up once I finish a few of these:
•Audible with continue with Brent Weeks! The Blinding Knife is next in line, so hopefully I’ll start that today or tomorrow.
•Next hardcopy will be: The Subtle Knife by Philip Pullman. I’ve been EAGER to get to this one so it will be a reward for getting through my current reads. Once that is finished, I’ll be going to The Family Upstairs by Lisa Jewell, which was one of my Book of the Month books.
•Kindle read will be Master of Sorrows by Justin T. Call. I have been wanting to read this for a while and got approved by Netgalley for it, so it has been bumped up on my TBR list.
Those are my goal reads for November but I’ve got a list of backups once those are finished:
•Lanny by Max Porter (one of my best childhood friends sent this to me so it’s high on my list)
•Before and After by Judy Christie and Lisa Wingate (I absolutely loved Before We Were Yours and can’t wait to read real life accounts of children who survived the Tennessee Children’s Home
•Tender is the Night by F. Scott Fitzgerald
•Limited Wish by Mark Lawrence
•The Great Pretender by Susannah Cahalan
•Something Wicked This Way Comes by Ray Bradbury
•Maybe You Should Talk to Someone by Lori Gottlieb
These are my current TBRs! Let me know yours, and if you read/enjoyed any of these in the comments below!