December TBR

Yesterday was the start of December. There are 30 days left in 2014. How is this possible? So crazy. Anyway, I decided to try this challenge on Instagram (one of those you post a themed picture every day of the month). I’m really, really bad at them, but I figured I’d try. I always have fun for the 5-10 days I actually post, so why not? 🙂

The post for the 1st of December was your TBR for the month. I thought it’d be fun to see what everyone else was planning to read this month. So here’s mine. Tell me what you plan to read in December in the comments! ALSO, I completely forgot to include My True Love Gave to Me in the picture, and I plan on reading one essay from that a day for the days leading up to Christmas. 🙂 I will probably read more than what’s in this picture, but I don’t want to feel obligated.

Legend by Marie Lu / Linger by Maggie Stiefvater (this is a reread) / Every Day by David Levithan / A Thousand Pieces of You by Claudia Gray / The Book of Strange New Things by Michel Faber (which I’ve already started and really like so far)

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11 thoughts on “December TBR

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  2. I’ve been meaning to read Linger… saw its sequel at Goodwill and almost picked it up. Perhaps I’ll snag it from the library sometime soon.

    By the way, I nominated your blog for a Liebster Award! I really enjoy checking in on what you have to share. Follow this link… http://millennialcreativity.wordpress.com/2014/12/02/my-very-first-liebster-award/ …to accept your nomination, share your nomination with others, and nominate some of your own favorite blogs for the award. Thanks for all you do!

  3. I know what you mean about November! And 2014 – another year almost gone.
    My reading for December? So many I’m hoping to get around to. I should pick up White Fire by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child at the library later this week, so that will be one I WILL get to.

      • It’s part of the series that the guys write. Each is supposed to be stand alone, but I’m so obsessive I have to read them in order, lol. They all sort of play into each other – even when they don’t if you know what I mean. This one would probably work better than most as a stand alone though since it takes place away from NYC.

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