top 10 tuesday - 2014 TBRs

Top 10 Tuesday – 2014 Releases I Haven’t Read Yet

Posted 13 January, 2015 in Features / 7 Comments

Top 10 Tuesday is a weekly feature hosted by The Broke and The Bookish. Every week they post a new topic/top ten list and invite everyone to share their own answers. I love lists, and I love weekly features, so yeah, I love these.

This is such a great list for me! One of my main goals for 2015 is to shorten my TBR list by cutting down on ARCs until I’m caught up a little more. It’s why I signed up for challenges around freebies and TBR books.

These will probably be some of the first books I knock out, because I kind of hate myself for not having read them yet:

(In no particular order, except for when I noticed them scrolling up and down my Kindle app on my iPad…)

(P.S. – I’m rounding it down to nine books because I’m hungry and want to go eat, but more importantly, that makes the grid even. 😛 )




Is there anything you’re ashamed to still have on your TBR list?

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7 Responses to “Top 10 Tuesday – 2014 Releases I Haven’t Read Yet”

    • I actually just started it, and IDK. I don’t really like the flashback chapters and how they’re written in a pseudo-poem…I guess it could be described as? I like the present parts though.

      • I’ve heard a few other people say they didn’t like that so your not alone. At the time it worked for me, I was in the edge of my seat like, what the heck is going on? What happened to make this sweet man so closed off? And… Not so sweet anymore :-/
        Can’t wait to hear your thoughts!

  1. LOL and to answer your question “Is there anything you’re ashamed to still have on your TBR list?” the answer is a resounding YES!!!
    The Fault in Our Stars is one I really need to get to. But there are sooo many others too…

    • I’ve read TFIOS, but it did sit on my Kindle unread for a reaaaally long time. I was almost afraid of how sad it would make me, but it was soooo good when I got around to it.

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