State of the TBR Pile: March 2015

When I was very little, I tended to serve myself a ton of food and my mom would always say “Your eyes are bigger than your stomach.” I have come to realize that I have the same problem when it comes to books. I’m always seeing new ones I want to read, and grabbing them. Then they stack up and I come to realize that I’ll never ever be able to read ALL the books, no matter how much I want to.

And that kind of makes me sad.

On the pile by the nightstand this month…

Provence, 1970, by Luke Barr (I meant to read this when it came out because JULIA CHILD)
The Tapper Twins Go to War, by Geoff Rodkey (I liked his pirate series… well, the first one. And this sounds fun)
Moonpenny Island, by Tricia Springstubb (Curious)
The Kidney Hypothetical, by Lisa Yee (Because I do like Lisa Yee)
Miss Mayhem, by Rachel Hawkins (Because I read Rebel Belle a while back and really liked it)
Hold Me Closer, by David Levithan (Two words: TINY COOPER)
The Wrath and the Dawn, by Renee Ahdieh (Curious.)
An Ember in the Ashes, by Sabaa Tahir (Because M really liked it.)
The Door in the Moon, by Catherine Fisher (Its the third Obsidian Mirror!)
The Trap, by Steve Arntson (for an event in April)
Eddie Red Undercover: Mystery in Mayan Mexico, by Marcia Wells (for an event in April)
Willy Maykit in Space, by Greg Trine
Dash & Lily’s Book of Dares, by Rachel Cohn and David Levithan
With a Name Like Love, by Tess Hilmo

What’s on your pile?

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