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 (56-60 on my TBR on GoodReads):
I’d very much like to read this book. Like… ASAP. It’s been on my list for a really long time as a high priority, mental health rep book (not that high priority appears to mean much coming from me). I experience a lot of social anxiety so I’m interested to see how this goes. Also, I’m strangely in love with the cover.
I don’t know if you know this about me, but I write poetry sometimes. Also, I’m sad often. So… why would I not have this on my TBR? But in all seriousness, this is another mental health rep book that seems like it deals with a lot. Someone said on the GR page that it’s comparable to John Green, which can certainly make me a little wary at times but I’m gonna try it out anyways.
I own this book. I paid for it in store credits. I’m going to read it… eventually.
One of my favorite things about doing these posts is getting reminded of books that intrigued me. I’m racking my brain and I’m not sure I’ve read anything quite like this before. If I have, I guess it wasn’t memorable. This, on the other hand, not only looks great but has pretty good ratings, too. I’ve got a good feeling about it.
I thought that I was going to keep this one but I really had to think on it. Here’s the thing: I like books that have some rep for things that don’t get talked about enough in literature, and addiction could fall into that category. However, I usually end up frustrated or upset with novels like this one because they tend to be a bit stereotypical. I suppose I could still give it a chance, but I think I’m just gonna let this one go.