What Is On Your TBR list?



I was wondering what everyone is reading and what you are also planning on reading. Summer is often a great time to catch up on our books, although the last few days have been a bit difficult with the heat wave and broken air-conditioning in our apartment unit. (We do have portable air-conditioners, so there are no worries.)

I am currently reading Eterenal by Lisa Scottoline, The Martian Chronicles by Ray Bradbury, and The Man In The High Castle, by Philip K. Dick.

On my To-Be-Read list are Weathering Old Souls by James J. Cudney & Didi Oviatt, Quichotte by Salman Rushdie, and The Paris Library by Janet Skeslien Charles.

So I ask all of you: what are you reading and what is on your To-Be-Read List?

38 thoughts on “What Is On Your TBR list?

  1. My TBR list is so long that at this point I’ll need to become a vampire to finish it! So my immediate TBR list are books 3-5 of The Witcher series by Andrzej Sapkowski, The Complete Handbook of Novel Writing, The Path of Druidry, Paganism, Mastery by Robert Greene, and then a whole bunch of self-help books that are currently staring at me from my bookshelf.

    So it’s a big pile and seems to grow every day!

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  2. I recently finished “Mind of My Mind” by Octavia Butler, and I’ve started “Still Life in Blood” (by Crystal Heidel), a mystery that takes place in the small town where I grew up: Rehoboth Beach, Delware. On my TBR list is “Kafka on the Shore” by Haruki Murakami — and I’m really looking forward to that book.

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  3. I am currently reading Vanished by Mark Bierman. I’m not going to assign any timelines, but high on the TBR list are: Sam: A Shaggy Dog Story by Sally Cronin, Yachting in Arkansas by Craig Weeden. Tales from the Annex by Audrey Driscoll, Eternal Road by John Howell, Voices (In the Trash) by Frank Prem, Sheep on the Somme by Frank Prem. The list goes on . . .

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  4. Still winter here, but currently I’m rereading The Lord of the Rings and thinking of rereading The Silmarillion next. I’ve also placed some of my Sherlock Holmes books next to my bed in the hope I’ll pick them up and read the ones I haven’t yet got to.

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  5. Hi Charles, those all sound like good reads. I wasn’t able to read for a few days recently, but I am back on track today and hope to finish my two beta reads over the next week and also Gone With the Wind. I have heard about the heat wave in the USA.

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  6. I’m reading The Ferryman and the Sea Witch by D. Wallace Peach and The Ship wrecker’s Lamp, poems by Tom Alexander. Both are excellent! I also have Rushdie’s Midnight’s Children on the backburner. TBR? Well, I have about 50 books on my Kindle and a host of bargain books on my shelves!

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  7. still working through my Stephen Harrod Buhner stack – previously shared – his style of writing and the content contained within, means, at least for me, ‘read a bit, ponder long while, pick up and read the next few pages…” – –

    Am simultaneously working through “Lost Language of Plants” and “Sacred and Healing Herbal Beers” – – Doing notes/bookmarks (via sticky notes) in Steven Hopkins “Transition Handbook”, Transition Companion Workbook and “The Power of just doing stuff” –

    New on my table ‘stack’ that arrived is Desert Chrome by Kathryn Wilder, will arrive soon is “The Dime” by Mark Paxson (both of these were via my WordPress bloggy pal circle – small but mighty is my circle here) and figure both of those will be read, ponder, etc., too.

    But alot of my ‘reading’ time is being spent on slowly, but surely, working through the available for free, pdf downloads of Fenner’s Formulary books published from circa 1880s forwarded to early 1900s. Sigh – If nothing else, perhaps next winter, I’ll have fun titles on my table to read when I’ve grown tired of ‘reading to learn more’ and simply, learn while reading for fun! LOL

    that said, I did, in pure ‘burnout of learning brain’ pull out my Robert Fulghum books here recently and they are on the table for when I can’t bear to ‘learn one more thing’ and simply want to revisit fun, short, start/stop, open in the middle of the book’ revisit of some of my faves! 🙂

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