Blogmas Day 2: December 2019 TBR


Happy BLOGMAS day 2! I just wanted to make it clear to everyone that not every day is going to be a post relating to Christmas. I would go absolutely insane. I’m just putting out a post every day—some are holiday themed and some aren’t.

Anyway, December is the first month where I make use of my TBR jars! I have one for my physical books and one for my NetGalley ARCs. I also need to pick a library book but that isn’t hard to do at all. I have thirty books checked out at any given time.

Physical Book Pick:

The Turn of the Screw by Henry James: This is very short and hopefully easy to get through. Have any of you read this one? Did you enjoy it (no spoilers, please!)

NetGalley Book Pick:

Such a Fun Age by Kiley Reid: This was perfect because it comes out on December 31st. I’ll probably start this sooner rather than later.

Library Book Pick:

Where do I start?

These are the three main options:

– Twice in a Blue Moon by Christina Lauren: I have this on NetGalley—never got around to it, unfortunately.

– The Immortalists by Chloe Benjamin: I’ve heard so many good things about this.

– One Night Gone by Tara Laskowski: I did get this one on NetGalley as well, but I never got around to it, so now I have it out from my library.


These will be ones I read if I just so happen to finish all of those or ones I have already started. I like to start the month off fresh and that usually means I put things down from the previous month. Don’t judge.

The Starless Sea by Erin Morgenstern: I’m a little over 100 pages into this one. I was really enjoying it, but it’s not keeping my interest.

Giant Days Vol. 3 & Giant Days Vol. 4 by John Allison: I’m a little less than half way into volume 3, and I am hoping to start/finish volume 4.

The Light After the War by Anita Abriel: I’m 30% of the way into this one. It’s very easy to read, so I’m sure I can finish this one. This is also a NetGalley ARC—releases 2/4/20.

I would like to stick to just these books. I hate not having structure to my reading. This will also help me keep up with my NetGalley books. I’m very behind and I feel so bad. I have hit 80% before, and I would love to get back up there. December will be the catalyst for a successful 2020.

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