I have a confession to make, you guys. Compared to most book blogging types, my TBR list is tiny. It takes a LOT for me to add something to my TBR, mostly because I have a tendency to forget to check it when I'm looking for new things to read... My TBR shelf on Goodreads is currently at 84 books, and even having that many on there makes me a little nervous. And yet, I know people who have 1500 books on their TBR. Nope. Nope nope nope nope nope.
ANYWAY. On with my list!
1. We All Looked Up - Tommy Wallach
I have an ARC of this from Simon & Schuster sitting upstairs on my bookshelf waiting to be read. I just have to finish one more library book, and then I'll be diving into it as soon as possible!
2. Station Eleven - Emily St. John Mandel
Everyone seems to be reading this one right now and every review I've seen has absolutely raved about it, so I'm desperate to get my hands on it as soon as possible.
3. A Darker Shade of Magic - V.E. Schwab
I'm pretty sure at least half the people I follow on Twitter and Goodreads have spent the past month flailing about this book. I finally caved and added it to my TBR, and now it's just hanging out on my Kindle waiting for me to get around to it.
4. The Stranger You Seek - Amanda Kyle Williams
I love a good thriller/crime novel from time to time, so when Ashlea - the queen of thrillers - recommended this one to me, I immediately went and added it to my shelf.
5. Magic Shifts - Ilona Andrews
The Kate Daniels series is definitely one of my favourite urban fantasy series, and I'm stupidly excited that the next book comes out in August. I'm not entirely sure how this wasn't on my TBR shelf until a week or so ago, but there we have it...
6. Their Fractured Light - Amie Kaufman and Meagan Spooner
It took me ages to get around to reading This Shattered World, the second book in this series. And it wasn't until I finished it that I got around to adding book 3 to my TBR list.
7. Not Otherwise Specified - Hannah Moskowitz
A black bisexual teenage ballerina narrator? That sounds pretty damned fabulous to me, and it's a perfect addition to my Diverse Books Project.
8. Hold Me Closer: The Tiny Cooper Story - David Levithan
I love David Levithan's writing, and Tiny Cooper was definitely my favourite part of Will Grayson, Will Grayson. I honestly have no idea how I didn't know about this book earlier, but I'm pretty excited about reading it, so obviously it's on my TBR.
9. Happy Again - Jennifer E. Smith
I really liked This Is What Happy Looks Like, and actually gave it to a friend's teenaged sister for Christmas a few years ago. So I'm pretty excited about this novella and getting to see what happens next for these characters.
10. Summer Days and Summer Nights - Stephanie Perkins (and half the damn universe)
I need this like I need air. I LOVED My True Love Gave to Me, so I'm pretty damned excited to see what Perkins (and others) come up with for a series of short stories about summer love, even if that title does make me think of Grease...
What's on your list this week?