TBR Thursday (1)


Do you plan out your next read or are you a fly by the seat of the pants type of reader? I'm the latter but am trying to force myself to be the former and hope these kinds of posts will help me stay on the right path. At least until I get my to be reviewed stack finished up! I am embarrassed to admit that one of these books slipped through the cracks because I forgot to add it to my Goodreads bookshelf until yesterday. And I rely on that bookshelf to keep me from missing stuff. Ugh, why am I such a mess?


Anyhow, next up is Chris Sorensen's THE HUNGRY ONES which is a sequel to his book THE NIGHTMARE ROOM which I liked a whole bunch. I've been looking forward to it and regret that I accidentally put it off for this long. 

Also up soon is VIOLET by Scott Thomas. This is by the author who wrote KILL CREEK and I loved that book so I have high hopes. Seeing as I'm one of the last to actually get it read, I've been doing my best to avoid all of the spoilers.



WHERE STARS WON'T SHINE by Patrick Lacey is my current read and it's taking me forever because life just won't let me read. I reviewed his audiobook  DREAM WOODS a year or so ago and really enjoyed it and so far this one (about a killer on the loose!) is not disappointing me.

What's up next for you?


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  1. I just finished Slash by Hunter Shea as my blog tour spot was today. I'm also reading a mystery/thriller called Violet by SJI Holliday. Some pretty messed up characters. I think next will be The Remaking.

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    1. Those both sound fantastic! I'll go check out your Slash post soon!

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  2. I love planning my reading but I don't always follow it! This month I'm doing three challenges so I'm half planning, half mood reading! It'll be my new Game of Thrones book, followed by the third part of the prison diaries series I'm reading, a re-read of Dying Bites so I can do a series catchup and something for SF month!

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    1. I think that's the best way to do it. Plan out a few reads and do some mood reads too. I hope to do that a lot more in 2020.

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  3. I think I plan things out too much and I'm really getting tired of reading from a list so I think I'm going to try and go the other way and be more of a in-the-moment what-am-I-in-the-mood-for-today kind of reader and see how that goes for awhile. :D

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  4. I make plans and then promptly forget to follow them :) If I miss adding a book to Goodreads then I probably won't get to it if it is for review. I tend to browse my shelves or kindle if I am wanting to read something I actually bought.

    I started Violet but didn't finish it. It wasn't bad but I don't think I was in the mood for it. I will look forward to your review so I can decide if I want to give it another try.

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    1. I'm glad I'm not the only that would be lost without Goodreads. As much as it aggravates me sometimes I really can't live without it.

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  5. I used to be really good a planning my next reads. I've been totally failing at it lately though... and I've been mood reading which is totally new for me!

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    1. Mood reading is fun but when the review copies come in it messes up my mojo. Needless to say I finished none of these books this weekend. This may be a once a month post, lol.

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