State of the TBR Pile: February 2014

I don’t suppose it’s just me, but I have this habit of throwing things on this pile, and then a month (or two) later looking at them and realizing I have NO desire to read this. Right now, but maybe ever. So, I take them off. And then I feel bad: I really did mean to get to that book, I did want to at one point and time. Maybe sometime.

Still a bit of a slump, and hoping to find a great book that makes me just want to keep reading….

On this month’s pile:

The Road Home, by Ellen Emerson White (Laura has said I must. read. this. I always do what Laura says.)
The Shadowhand Covenant, by Brian Farrey (The Sequel to The Vengeeep Prophecies.)
Across the Universe, by Beth Revis (It’s about time I read this trilogy.)
The Ghosts of Tupelo Landing, by Sheila Turnage (the sequel to Three Times Lucky. I’m happy just knowing this exists.)
The Diviners, by Libba Bray (for the YAckers this month.)
The Mark of the Dragonfly, by Jaleigh Johnson (same reason as last moth)
The Year of Billy Miller, by Kevin Henkes (It’s “only” an honor book, but I’m still curious.)
March, Book 1, by John Lewis, Andrew Ayden, Nate Powell (because the SLJ’s Battle of the Kids’ Books has it on its list. And there are always good books on there.)
The Thing About Luck, by Cynthia Kadohata (National Book Award winner. I should read it. I don’t know if I will.)
The Coldest Girl in Coldtown, by Holly Black (Because Holly Black. Of course.)
Landry Park, by Bethany Hagen (I should. I will. I’ll get to it. Soon.)
Red Rising, by Pierce Brown

What’s on your pile this month?

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2 thoughts on “State of the TBR Pile: February 2014

  1. I read Across the Universe but never read on… I was thinking I should do that. The Diviners is really good! I really need to read The Coldest Girl in Coldtown and Red Rising.

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  2. You completely captured my feeling about my TBR pile. Sometimes I look back I wonder what I was thinking, and then I feel guilty. But when you discover that fabulous book I just inspires you again. Gook luck. I have enjoyed your recommendations!

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