May TBR | 2023

This month, I’m trying to shift my focus from series to my shelves. I’m mostly caught up on all the series I was reading, with only a few exceptions, and I really need to get started on all the unread books I own. I’m also trying to incorporate more non-fiction into my reading. Coincidentally, most of my unread owned books at this point happen to be non-fiction. It’s a genre I enjoy, although not one that I often seek out. So the plan is to make my own shelves, non-fiction in particular, a higher priority in my reading choices.


Witch King by Martha Wells
The Wise Man’s Fear by Patrick Rothfuss
The Vagrant by Peter Newman
The Black Company by Glen Cook
A Memory Called Empire by Arkady Martine


Einstein a Life by Denis Brian
Draw the Lightning Down by Michael Brian Schiffer
Thank You for Arguing by Jay Heinrichs
Consider the Lobster by David Foster Wallace
Trains Across the Continent by Rudolph Daniels

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