We are more than a week into December, but I’m finally getting around to posting (well and writing!) my December TBR list.
Like many book lovers, I have an obscene amount of unread books that I own; between Kindle, hard copy, and audio books – I’m currently sitting around owning 78 books that I still need to read, not including some fun leadership books, because honestly, who counts those?
Earlier this year I was well over 120 – so I’ve definitely made a great little dent, but even as the books are read, the backlog continues to grow. Because I CAN’T. STOP. BUYING. BOOKS.
I digress. My December TBR list is a mix of all modalities, but I’m really hoping to focus on my hard copy books so I can clear out some space for all the new ones I’m going to acquire in 2020.
A Fatal Grace by Louise Penny (hard copy)completed His Garden: Conversations with a Serial Killer by Anne K. Howard (hard copy)completed Then She Was Gone by Lisa Jewell (hard copy)completed Beauty & the Beast by Jeanne-Marie Leprince de Beaumont (Kindle)completed
- Queen of Tearling by Erika Johansen (Kindle)
Nothing is Okay by Rachel Wiley (audiobook)completed
- I’ll Be Watching You by Agatha Christie (hard copy)
- A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens (Kindle)
- I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings by Maya Angelou (hard copy)
- The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides (Kindle)
My December TBR are all books I own. However, I couldn’t resist picking up one at the library that’s been on my wishlist, as well as committing to a long-term read that I own, but going to take me FOREVER to get through:
- Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman (library)
- The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas (long-term read)
So much to read – so little time. What’s on your list this month?