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TBR

The creative juices just aren’t flowing right now. The weather is perfect. It’s day two of quarantine and, honestly, I’m already feeling a little stir crazy. I’ve done all of the things on my list, so next up? Reading!

I thought I’d share my TBR list today. I currently have several books from the library waiting to be read on my Kindle. (Pro tip: put your Kindle on airplane mode and you can hoard your books but the library can take the license back. Win-win!)

Currently reading:

  • What Alice Forgot by Liane Moriarity: I’m only a few chapters in, but I’m intrigued. Basically, lady falls of stationary bike, thinks it’s 10 years earlier than it actually is. To the reader, it’s obvious her life has changed a lot in ten years, but she is only slowly realizing it.
  • Everything is Figureoutable by Marie Forleo: This is a total personal growth book and I’m loving it. There’s a lot about getting over fear, figuring things out (duh), and I love her writing style.
  • The Teacher Wars by Dana Goldstein: Y’all, read this. I’m reading it VERY slowly because I feel like there is a lot to digest (plus I read another book or two in between chapters), but dang, it’s pretty eye opening. It sheds a lot of light on how we got to be where we are with the teaching profession.

In the queue:

  • Dear Girls by Ali Wong–She’s so funny. I hope the book is as funny as her standup.
  • After the Flood by Kassandra Montag–This was recommended on a list. Need book recs? Check out Modern Mrs. Darcy’s blog. So awesome!
  • Veronica Mars by Rob Thomas- I watched a couple episodes while we had Hulu and decided I’d like to try the book. You know, since books are always better.
  • A Tree Grows in Brooklyn by Betty Smith– I’m embarrassed to admit I’ve never read this.
  • American Street by Ibi Zoboi–I just read Pride by her and enjoyed it, so I thought I’d give this one a try.
  • A Cold Trail by Robert Dugoni–I love this series.
  • The Dressmaker’s Gift by Fiona Valpy–I can’t remember why this one is on my list
  • Secrets of the Millionaire Mind by T. Harve Ekr–Because people have recommended the crap out of it
  • Regretting You by Colleen Hoover–I can’t remember why I chose this one either

These are in no particular order. Whichever one strikes my fancy in the moment is the one I’ll read. Sometimes I start one and decide I’m not in the mood and try another one until I find the right fit. Then I go back to the other later. My system is messy but it works for me. 🙂

Happy reading in quarantine everyone! I’ll be on the deck in this perfect 75º weather.

2 thoughts on “TBR

  1. My system is much like yours–a whole bunch of books to choose from, start and stop until I find the one that feels right for that moment. There are several here that I’m unfamiliar with and I always love to have more to add to my list. Now if I could just get my stupid brain to focus long enough to read. I am reading less than ever this week despite having so much more time….

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