It’s been too long my lovelies!! I’ve been so busy with moving and school and my baby cakes that blogging has fallen to the wayside for me. Thank heavens for Shelly or else RSR would probably be no more. O_O But enough of that! Today I have a topic that’s actually been on my mind for a while now.
Ok, so I am a firm believer that a TBR list is never ending. I don’t use GR to make realistic “to be read” list and I am in serious awe of people who do. Honestly, if you look at my GR list (which are out of control but I’m working on it) there are two main shelves I have. One is my, “to-read” shelf which is made up of books I own and have yet to read (about 200 or so)…..oops.
Then I have my “to buy/borrow” shelf which is basically all the books I want to quit life for and read. You know, the “so many books but damn you life for taking away all my time” shelf? Which has over 700 books on it and I DON’T REGRET ANY OF IT!
But I am seeing more and more people with tbr list of 30/40 books and dwindling! I promise I’m not judging but HOW DO YOU DO THIS?! When I see a book I want to read my first instinct is “add this to my tbr list”! I know it’s not a list I will ever make it through and it is definitely a list that will never stop growing but this is how I classify a tbr list.
Which brings me to the question of the day! How do you handle YOUR tbr list? Do you only put books you know 100% you’re going to read? Do you use goodreads? Do you break your list up into months? Weeks? ARCs vs library books vs purchased? Tell me in the comments below!