2019’S TBR List

It’s that time again folks!

It’s time to share those TBR lists for the upcoming new year. I know that I’m definitely going to try to read everything on my list. I have NO EXCUSES now. I literally work at a bookstore.

I have a little over 10 titles I want to read….OKI lied!…more like 36 titles that I absolutely must read without a doubt. And since I am shooting for 100 books this year on my goodreads challenge, it really doesn’t matter. Ever since I started working at a bookstore, my love for reading has come back and I’ve read 4 books alone this month. Sometimes you just need a little push you know. I’m looking forward to reading the following titles this year and of course there’s many more, but these really tug at my bookworm heart strings.

1.Just After Midnight: Catherine Ryan Hyde

2.The Tattooist of Auschwitz: Heather Morris

3. The Woman in the Window: A.J. Finn

4. Heavy: An American Memoir: Kiese Laymon

5. What if it’s Us: Adam Silvera

6. 1,000 Books to Read Before you Die: A Life Changing List- James Mustich

7. Well-Read Black Girl: Finding Our Stories, Discovering Ourselves- Glory Edim

8. What if this Were Enough?: Heather Havrilesky

9. American Overdose: The Opioid Tragedy in Three Acts- Chris McGreal

10. Suicidal: Why We Kill Ourselves: Jesse Bering

11. The Library Book: Susan Orlean

12. Freshwater: Akwaeke Emezi

13. Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine: Hail Honeyman

14. A Spark of Light: Jodi Picoult

15. I’ll Be There for You: The one about Friends- Kelsey Miller

16. Nine Perfect Strangers: Liane Moriarty

17. 29 Dates: Melissa De La Cruz

18. The House Next Door: James Patterson

19. 22/11/63: Stephen King

20. The Mortuary Arts: John Gregory Hancock

21. Post Mortems: Carla Valentine

22. The Good Neighbor: Maxwell King

23. The Outsider: Stephen King

24. My Friend Dahmer: Derf Backderf

25. Insane: Alisa Roth

26. 23/7: Reiter Keramet

27. Locked In: John F. Auyero

28. The last Girl: Nadia Murad

29. Putting Makeup on Dead People: Jen Violi

30. Grave Matters: Mark Harris

31. The Undertakering: Thomas lynch

32. Curtains: Tom Jokinen

33. Down Among the Dead Men: Michelle Williams

34. Smoke gets into Your Eyes: Caitlin Doughty

35. I’ll be Gone in the Dark: Michelle McNamara

36. Parkland: Dave cullen

WHEW! that was exhausting but we have made it to the end of my list….for now! What are some of the books you’re looking forward to read in 2019? Comment below.

Oh, of course, HAPPY NEW YEAR EVERYONE! Be safe and don’t drink or drive!

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