December TBR 2017

Hey everyone! Last month was ah-mazing! Seriously. I think I read 12+ books. December TBR 2017 is going to be a bit different this month. There are a few review copies I need to get to, but otherwise, the month is open!

Kendra’s Books:

  • Lies She Told by Cate Holahan
  • The Wife Between Us by Greer Hendricks & Sarah Pekkanen
  • Strickly Surgical by Mila Mesa
  • Revenge of the Billionaire Dom by Cynthia Love
  • Just Between Us by Rebecca Drake
  • Unknown Number by E.N. Hudgins
  • Drowning Above Water by Alyssa Herron
  • ;Recovery by Jasmine Smith

Any other books I get to will be listed in the December Wrap-Up.

This month, Tiffany won’t have a designated TBR. She’s in a pretty big slump. We can all relate to that, right?

Also, December TBR 2017 will be my last set TBR. In January, I am going to change things up a bit. I am feeling so bogged down by the books. I  have been more selective in which books I choose to review. But I think I’m at a point where I just want to read what I want to read. I see these review books and I just want to cry sometimes. It’s definitely blogger burnout, which totally sucks. Plus, I do think some of it is that I had a huge reading month last month. I read 15 books. Hot damn! I’m just in the mood to do things differently!

It’s totally a weird thing for me to say, considering I am a Kindle junkie… But I keep eyeing paperback and hardcovers on my shelves that I want to read! (And then BookOutlet had a Black Friday Sale… I’m a sucker!) Many of the books I’ve been getting are ebooks and I’m wanting to feel the pages between my fingers! I know I say this every year, but I will definitely be reading more print books at the start of the new year. December is the month to make goals. This is one of them! Yay!

 

 

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2 Comments

  1. I agree about changing up TBRs! I feel so much pressure (self-inflicted) that I am not able to enjoy books as much as I would like. Next year, I want to focus on depth of books rather than solely on quantity.

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