TBR for the year

I didn’t plan a difficult goal for my Goodreads challenge this year. My goal of 20 books was surpassed by the end of April.  Now that I’ve reached my goal, I wanted to really think about what books I wanted to complete by the end of year. Welcome to my first ever TBR list! I’ve never done one before but I’m excited to see if it helps me!  

A Man Called Ove I’ve heard both good and bad on this one. I decided to borrow it just in case I don’t like it. 

The first three books in the Outlander series. Let’s be honest, this is a re read. 

In Farleigh Field historical fiction about WW2. Can I say anymore? 

Strange the Dreamer. I liked the cover, that happens a lot with me. 

Winter Garden. I loved the Nightingale by Kristin Hannah and someone in one of my Facebook book groups suggested this one.

The Witches. Another one that I heard about in my Facebook group. I am always fascinated by the Salem witch trials so I decided to add this to the list. 

Life after life. This one was part of Barnes&Noble buy 2 paperbacks get one free and to be honest it was the only other one that sounded interesting enough to read. So there really was NO real reason for getting it. 

Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell. I met this lovely lady when I was in Florida. She’s a cousin in law to my friend who also loves to read. She gave me this book because she thought I would like it. It’s a big one, roughly 600 pages so I’ve been putting it off until I go vacation. 

The Buccaneers. I loved Ethan Frome by Edith Wharton so I wanted to read this one. It’s been on my shelf for years so I added it to my list of I need to read this before I read another new book 😊
Currently, I read about 4-5 books a month so I might need more than these. That will all depend on the weather this upcoming season.

Do you guys have any recommendations? How do you make a TBR list? Have you read any of the books above? Thanks again for reading! 

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