Down the TBR hole #2

Hello people! How are you? Today I am here again with this fantastic meme hosted by Lost in A Story.
My Goodreads TBR really need a hand, because it’s crushing me, and this seems like a great idea, the first “episode” went well and I had so much fun doing it that I decided to keep it up with this meme and, hopefully, I could lighten my neverending TBR!

It works like this:

  • Go to your Goodreads to-read shelf.
  • Order on ascending date added.
  • Take the first 5 (or 10 if youre feeling adventurous) books. Of course, if you do this weekly, you start where you left off the last time.
  • Read the synopses of the books
  • Decide: keep it or should it go? (I’ve added the “maybe” choice because I simply can’t choose and so I added this category. If I read or start the books in the maybe list before June I would keep them, if not they have to go!)

The Books:

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Diners, Dives & Dead Ends by Terri L. Austin. This is a cozy mystery and I really want to read it. The plot doesn’t seem so great or so original, that’s true, but it seems right the book that you sometimes need, when you just want something fun and not demanding. And I love the title!
Verdict: Keep!

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English as a Second F*cking Language by Sterling Johnson. This it could have been a fun reading, and an instructive one, too, but I don’t know if I want to read it now. Maybe it could be useful, or maybe not, but I don’t think it would be interesting right now.
Verdict: Remove!

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Leave me alone, I’m reading by Maureen Corrigan. I’ve added this book because it’s about books and reading, so it was just natural, right? But in the years I have read some books about books or reading or readers, and I found every book at least a little bit disappointing. I do not think I would give this one a try!
Verditct: Remove

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Queen Victoria: Demon Hunter by A. E. Moorat. Ok, this one is a guilty pleasure, and I know it would be a trash reading, but it’s kind of genius too, so I have to give it a try!
Verdict: Keep

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The Girl’s Guide to Werewolves by Barbara Karg. Ok, this doesn’t seem a masterpiece, either. But it seems fun, or at least, I hope so!
Verdict: Keep

Wow, not even one maybe and two remove books! That went great!!!

Did you read any of these books? What do you think of my choices? Let me know!

Happy reading!
S.

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