I have a problem.
I officially have purchased too many books and I’m in over my head with my TBR list. Yikes!
I heard a ‘booktuber’ the other day mention in a video that they’re currently on a ‘book buying ban’. I thought, huh, it’s possible to stop buying books? I used to not be bad about buying books and not reading them. I would only buy a book, read it and then by another one. Since I’ve started blogging over a year ago, I’ve gone into the habit of buying a book every time I see one that interests me, even if I didn’t have the time to read it.
My name’s Breanna and I’m addicted to buying books.
But some of them are cheap e-books! I protest.
No, I must not buy any more books until I at least finish my hard copy TBR list.
Here are the books that I must read before I can lift my book buying ban (non-e-books). Preferably in this order:
Wow, that’s a lot of paperbacks/hardback books…
I’ve been piling those up for about a year now. I have read Nevermore, but I’d like to re-read it before I read the rest of the series. I’ll probably marathon those in October.
And here are the books I’ve been stockpiling on my kindle that I need to read. I usually breeze through those because I read quicker on my kindle as opposed to physical copies.
Folks, if you didn’t count, that’s 18 books to read before my book buying ban is lifted. That’s a ton in my opinion. I’m also less than five books away from completing my GoodReads challenge! Thanks to my subscribers for pushing me to read more this year!
Have you considered going on a book buying ban? This is a first for me!