Down the TBR Hole #6

It’s Sunday and you probably already know what that means: a Down the TBR Hole post!

Here are the rules:

  • Go to your goodreads to-read shelf.
  • Order on ascending date added.
  • Take the first 5 (or 10 if you’re feeling adventurous) books
  • Read the synopses of the books
  • Decide: keep it or should it go?

(This tag was created by Lost in a Story)

Let’s see what we’ve got this week (26-30 on my TBR on GoodReads):

She's So Dead to Us (He's So/She's So, #1)She’s So Dead to Us – Kieran Scott 

I’ve been looking through everything for this (the synopsis, other reviews, etc.) and I was just about ready to throw it out. However… this book is from a series and I checked those out as well, and it looks like the story becomes a bit more interesting. I think I’ll give it a chance.


Verdict: Keep 

Keeping You a SecretKeeping You a Secret – Julie Anne Peters

We all know I love a good LGBTQ+ book and even though this looks like it’s going to be a bit too sappy for my taste, I had a friend recommend it to me with promises that I’ll enjoy it. We’ll see whether or not that’s true.


Verdict: Keep 


Her Name in the SkyHer Name in the Sky – Kelly Quindlen 

I guess I was looking for some f/f love stories in November of 2017… What can I say? They appease me. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ I don’t remember adding this but it does look pretty good, so I’ll keep it.


Verdict: Keep


Lies We Tell OurselvesLies We Tell Ourselves – Robin Talley 

I honestly am not huge on historical fiction. I want to read The Book Thief but probably never will because I hear it’s amazing and I don’t want to hate it just because it’s historical fiction. Does that make sense? I’m going to make an exception for this one, though, because it honestly looks like a great story and one that definitely deserves to be read. Maybe I can even consider this the first step to one of my new years reading resolutions (start reading books in genres I’m not comfortable in).

Verdict: Keep 

Everything You Want Me to BeEverything You Want Me to Be – Mindy Mejia 

Once again I’ve got another book that I completely forgot about. This story looks right up my alley. Someone’s dead, no one know’s what happened, there’s a mystery to be solved, etc. etc. I love these kind of books.
Verdict: Keep 


Now, trust me, I know what you’re thinking: Brittany, you didn’t even remove any books this time?! And yes… you are right. I didn’t. But they all look like super interesting reads and the point of organizing my TBR isn’t to remove things, but to decide what I’m still interested in checking out. And I’m interested in all 5 of these so…


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