As you may know, I’ve been working hard on reading all the books I own. I limited myself for a while to only reading from my shelves and it worked wonders in drastically shrinking my physical TBR. Now that my TBR isn’t so daunting, I’ve been reading a lot more other things, but I’m still keeping my eye on the tail end of that physical TBR. It’s gone down, but it hasn’t gone away yet.
This is basically everything I have left to read on my shelves:
The Chronicles of the Black Company by Glen Cook
The Dwarves by Markus Heitz
King of Thorns by Mark Lawrence
The Vagrant by Peter Newman
The Thief’s Gamble, The Swordsman’s Oath, and The Gambler’s Fortune by Juliet E. McKenna
Master Assassins by Robert V.S. Redick
The Wise Man’s Fear by Patrick Rothfuss
The Once and Future King by T.H. White
Green Mansions by William Henry Hudson
I also have maybe 20 non-fiction books hanging around that I’m trying to get through. And a few collected editions that I’m not holding myself accountable for. Those aren’t as exciting though, so we’ll stick to the fun stuff.
Is your physical TBR out of control?