What is on your TBR list?

Do you have a massive “to be read” pile? I was starting to think that mine was under control, but then I noticed that my “want to read” list on GoodReads is 47 books long.

47 books!

Here is a selection of books that I want to read, but haven’t yet got around to…

What is on your TBR list?

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Book blogger & aspiring author.
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35 Responses to What is on your TBR list?

  1. Sometimes I wish I was immortal. I want to read EVERYTHING.

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  2. Caitlin says:

    If your pile is out of control, then mine is beyond saving (152) 😛

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  3. Bernadette says:

    I’ve just stopped counting…

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  4. Ha! Mine is about the same if not more. I keep finding awesome novels I want to delve into and add them to wishlists. Someday I’ll find the money to start purchasing some of them. Some day.

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  5. It doesn’t help me that people keep publishing and I keep buying. I’m still working towards reading the classics such as all the Bronte books

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  6. bookmarklit says:

    Oh god I would kill to have mine be 47 books. Mine is about 400 books!

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  7. The reading pile does have a habit of growing out of control. Maybe it is a matter of our eyes being more ambitious than our time management skills.

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  8. My TBR list is huge, but the actual books on the shelf aren’t so many right now. Thank God for Amazon Wish lists!

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  9. lacrow1040 says:

    Eek! I have 120!! My list includes ‘The Descent (The Taker #3)’ by Alma Katsu, ‘The Perks of being a Wallflower’ by Stephen Chbosky, and ‘The Forgotten Crown (The Iron Fey: Call of the Forgotten #3)’ by Julie Kagawa. I also have ‘Unwind’ on my list!! 🙂 So many beautiful books, so little time 😉

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  10. Connor Howlett says:

    I have a pile next to my bed of about a hundred, and then a Goodreads ‘want to read’ list of more than a hundred on top of that…

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  11. I don’t have a TBR….I just grab something from my wanderings that I have remembered I have wanted to read and read it. For me too much anxiety goes along with making lists for things to read. I have enough pressures with other “HAVE TO DO” thoughts rolling around in my.mind. I don’t ever want reading to be a thing I must be doing ..I just wanna do it like when I was a kid.

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  12. Coffee2words says:

    Current TBR list number is 1379. I will die with a pile of books I’ve been wanting to read, sitting there beside me. I love it! I need a time turner like Hermione had in Harry Potter. So many books, so little time.

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  13. Mine’s 878 and that’s only on Goodreads *laugh* I did just complete two books on my “to-read” list: “Deep: Freediving, Renegade Science, and What the Ocean Tells Us about Ourselves” by James Nestor, and “The Extreme Life of the Sea” by Stephen R. Palumbi and Anthony R Palumbi. “Deep” was actually great, as it had the side perk of giving me tips on underwater living for a book(s) I’m working on….gotta love serendipity 🙂

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  14. rlsharpe says:

    I must confess my Goodreads want to read list is over 800, which include a couple of hundred I own. I’m trying to work my way through as many of the books on my shelf before my birthday in November because I’ll be getting a lot more books then.

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  15. Fever is great! But be warned, you will want to read the whole series. At least they’re all available right now. I have so many books I want to read right now, especially because it’s Halloween season, and I’m receiving lots of scary stories for review consideration. I’ve always been a scary story fan, along with some fantasy and sci-fi, when done well. Ditto for dystopian and survival stories.

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  16. sklase says:

    I have a pile next to my bed also; actually two piles, and then there are some in my bookcase in my bedroom and probably a few upstairs as well. And I keep adding to them. Sigh!

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  17. janceewright says:

    My Goodreads TBR is currently at 1,346, a lot of which are the first books in a series. So essentially I will never read everything I want to.

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  18. dustomundo says:

    Oh jeez, my Goodreads TBR shelf currently exceeds 1,000, possibly 2k. I don’t even know the exact number off the top of my head.:)

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  19. dustomundo says:

    BTW, Jodie, I had no idea that you’re a GR author. I’ll check out your page!

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  20. You just gave me a great idea! I’ve seen so many books out there but I never write them down. Now I don’t remember them lol…

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  21. I feel you. My Goodreads list is pushing 100 and I’m trying to keep it in check. But then there’s the library and the book store and Amazon. Such temptation!

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  22. raulconde001 says:

    Almost every book are good to read. 🙂

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  23. daringdoll says:

    95% of my owned books are TBR in all honesty…

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  24. Crystal Barnes says:

    I have quite a few that I have to go back to my Goodreads account to check. And it keeps on growing 🙂

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  25. I have a ton to read too. I love Sophia Kinsella. 😉

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  26. Aye, my TBR list is HUGE too. Ive seen a lot of people add ThenUnbecoming of Mara Dyer to theur lists this fall. By the way, I nominated you for the Sisterhood of the Woman Blogger Award! http://wp.me/p4MMvX-7i

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  27. Astorienne says:

    I just posted about my Summer Reading Project, which was to read every book on my TBR list! I vowed not to acquire another book until I cleared the pile. (Spoiler: I failed.) Currently I have The Bone Clocks, Bad Feminist, and One Hundred Years of Solitude on the pile, among others.

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  28. fireflyin says:

    That’s not so bad. My “to read” Goodreads pile is 236 books long and growing! I’m a slow reader. 😦

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