Tag: TBR Alphabet

I wasn’t actually tagged for this one, but I saw it on Tiffany‘s blog and thought it looked like a lot of fun! ❤


  • Name a book title from your TBR for every letter of the alphabet (can exclude words like ‘the’ if need be) these must be books that you have physical/e-book copies of and not ones you intend on getting but haven’t yet.
  • Try and include different authors for every single one
  • At the bottom of your list put how many you could fill in (out of 26)
  • Tag other people to join in and link back to the person who tagged you!



The Book of Essie by Meghan MacLean Weir


The Couple Next Door by Shari Lapena


The Draining Lake by Arnaldur Indridason


Empire of Storms by Sarah J. Maas


Feast by Hannah Howard


Geektastic by Holly Black and Cecil Castellucci


Heartless by Winter Renshaw


Impostors by Scott Westerfeld


Judas Unchained by Peter F. Hamilton


The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini


The Luxe by Anna Godbersen


Moxie by Jennifer Mathieu


November Road by Lou Berney


On the Come Up by Angie Thomas


Paper Boats by Dee Lestari


The Queen’s Rising by Rebecca Ross


Release by Patrick Ness


Solitaire by Alice Oseman


Terms of Use by Scott Allan Morrison


The Unearthly by Laura Thalassa


Vengeful by V.E. Schwab


When the Moon Was Ours by Anna-Marie McLemore



The Year of Shadows by Claire Legrand


Zorro by Isabel Allende

Total: 25/26!

(I think this means I need to go buy a book starting with X.)

I’m not going to tag anyone to do this, but if you think it looks fun, please feel free to do it and link back to me so I can see your choices! Do we have any of the same books on our TBR? Have you read any of these? Let’s talk in the comments!

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Top Ten Tuesday: Rainy day reads

Happy Top Ten Tuesday! Today we’re talking about rainy day reads, which was a topic submitted by Shayna @ Clockwork Bibliotheca. I had a little trouble coming up with ideas for this one because it’s not like I change what I’m reading based on the weather… so I went with books that have a darker vibe, kind of like a rainy day.

Summoner by S.D. Grimm

When Allie’s best friend dares their group to play a game in a cemetery—something she calls “witching”—Allie never expects what it might mean for her. When she plays, she doesn’t just find bodies, she summons their souls. But one soul wants more than Allie is willing to give.


These Things I’ve Done by Rebecca Phillips

It’s been fifteen months since the accident that killed Aubrey, and not a day goes by that Dara isn’t racked with guilt over her role in her best friend’s death. Now, after spending a year away from home in order to escape the constant reminders of what happened, Dara is back at her old high school to start her senior year. Dara thought the worst thing about coming home would be confronting the memories of Aubrey that relentlessly haunt her, but she soon realizes it’s not half as difficult as seeing Ethan, Aubrey’s brother, every day. Not just because he’s a walking reminder of what she did, but because the more her feelings for him change, the more she knows she’s betraying her best friend one final time.


Cast No Shadow by Nick Tapalansky

Greg has lived in Lancaster his whole life. The town’s always had its quirks, and being born without a shadow means he’s counted among them. When Greg discovers an old mansion in the woods just outside of town, he didn’t expect to meet a smart, beautiful, funny, and…very dead teenaged girl named Eleanor.


The Death of Bees by Lisa O’Donnell

Marnie and Nelly, left on their own in Glasgow’s Hazlehurst housing estate, attempt to avoid suspicion until Marnie can become a legal guardian for her younger sister.


Faithful by Alice Hoffman

Growing up on Long Island, Shelby Richmond is an ordinary girl until one night an extraordinary tragedy changes her fate. Her best friend’s future is destroyed in an accident, while Shelby walks away with the burden of guilt.


The Dream Daughter by Diane Chamberlain

When Caroline Sears receives the news that her unborn baby girl has a heart defect, she is devastated. It is 1970 and there seems to be little that can be done. But her brother-in-law, a physicist, tells her that perhaps there is.


The Haunting of Hill House by Shirley Jackson

t is the story of four seekers who arrive at a notoriously unfriendly pile called Hill House: Dr. Montague, an occult scholar looking for solid evidence of a “haunting”; Theodora, his lighthearted assistant; Eleanor, a friendless, fragile young woman well acquainted with poltergeists; and Luke, the future heir of Hill House. At first, their stay seems destined to be merely a spooky encounter with inexplicable phenomena. But Hill House is gathering its powers—and soon it will choose one of them to make its own.


The Inevitable Collision of Birdie and Bash by Candace Ganger

Sebastian Alvaréz is just trying to hold the pieces together: to not flunk out, to keep his sort-of-best friend Wild Kyle from doing something really bad, and to see his beloved Ma through chemo. But when he meets Birdie Paxton, a near-Valedictorian who doesn’t realize she’s smoking hot in her science pun T-shirt, at a party, an undeniable attraction sparks. And suddenly he’s not worried about anything. But before they are able to exchange numbers, they are pulled apart. A horrifying tragedy soon links Birdie and Bash together—but neither knows it. When they finally reconnect, and are starting to fall—hard—the events of the tragedy unfold, changing both their lives in ways they can never undo.


Made You Up by Francesca Zappia

Alex fights a daily battle to figure out the difference between reality and delusion. Armed with a take-no-prisoners attitude, her camera, a Magic 8-Ball, and her only ally (her little sister), Alex wages a war against her schizophrenia, determined to stay sane long enough to get into college. She’s pretty optimistic about her chances until classes begin, and she runs into Miles. Didn’t she imagine him? Before she knows it, Alex is making friends, going to parties, falling in love, and experiencing all the usual rites of passage for teenagers. But Alex is used to being crazy. She’s not prepared for normal. 


I Stop Somewhere by T.E. Carter

Tormented throughout middle school, Ellie begins her freshman year with a new look: she doesn’t need to be popular; she just needs to blend in with the wallpaper. But when the unthinkable happens, Ellie finds herself trapped after a brutal assault. She wasn’t the first victim, and now she watches it happen again and again. She tries to hold on to her happier memories in order to get past the cold days, waiting for someone to find her.


Did you do your own Top Ten Tuesday post today? Feel free to leave your link in the comments and I’ll check it out! What are your favorite rainy day reads? Let’s talk in the comments!

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