Hello, book lovers! 💕
I’m a couple days late in posting this TBR, and honestly, I don’t know how much I’m going to push myself to stick to it. There are a few books that I’m pretty set on, but the rest I’m not too sure if I’ll be in the mood to read them this month.
Typically in the warmer months, I tend to reach for more fluffy, cute, and fun books, which is normally YA contemporary or some kind of romance. And I have a couple on my list that I want to get to this month.
I actually finished a book this month, though I started it last month and it’s a manga, so it didn’t take me that long to get through. And that is One Piece volume 25. My intentions were to finish it before May ended, but that didn’t happen. I really want to continue on in the series this month.
But I also just finished Avatar the Last Airbender in May with my boyfriend, so I definitely know I want to read the comics that continue the story after the show ends. Since they’re available via an app through my local library, I’m going to binge as many as I can this month.
Other than that, I honestly don’t know what I’m in the mood to read this month. Some books I do know I want to read are contemporary romance books, but I only have a few of those on my overall TBR. I may get to them, but I’m not 100% sure if they’re what I’m in the mood for.
I’ve had The Simple Wild by KA Tucker on my Kindle for a couple of months now, and I’ve heard really good things about it. I don’t know too much of what it’s about other than it’s a romance. I’ve read other books by KA Tucker that I’ve enjoyed, so I should like this one too. At least, I’m hoping I will.
Honestly the only reason I put Moment of Truth on my TBR for this month is because I want to read a Kasie West book, and this is one of her new ones that came out in the past couple of years.
The Boyfriend Project I had gotten from the Book of the Month subscription box for May, and I didn’t get around to reading it last month. So I hope to get to it this month.
And the last book I might get to this month is one that I’ve been debating reading for a while. I read the first book in the Shadow and Bone trilogy, and I wasn’t a big fan of it. But I’ve been intrigued by Six of Crows for a while, and I haven’t picked it up because I wasn’t sure if I had to read the Shadow and Bone Trilogy first before reading Six of Crows. But from what I can tell, you don’t necessarily have to read that one before this one.
So these are what I have planned out. Again, I’m not sure if I’ll get to them this mont, but it gives me some direction if I’m completely stuck on what to read.