Happy Monday, everybody! Today, I want to share my non-fiction TBR, which has been growing steadily for a year or so now. Recently, I have found myself wanting to read more non-fiction, and as soon as I find the time, these will be the books I reach for! There are so many different topics I would love to read about, and all of these books I think will teach me a lot.
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August has arrived, and myself and my sister Jess (blogger at Bookends And Endings) are off on a family holiday for a few weeks – which hopefully means lots and lots of reading. This post was inspired by booksandquills on YouTube, so be sure to check out Sanne’s video here!
Jess and I will each be sharing the YA books we are taking on holiday. As I have mentioned in previous posts, I have also taken a whole lot of classics to read for school, but I already sort of covered that in my classics TBR. So I may not have time to read all the YA I am bringing, but I will certainly try!
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As I’ve mentioned in a lot of my blog posts this year, I am aiming to catch up on older books I want to read, especially 2016 releases I haven’t gotten around to reading yet (the Beat the Backlist Challenge has been super helpful for that). However, every month there’ll be a few new releases, and I’ll scroll through my Reader looking at all the reviews and hauls and just add more and more 2017 books to my TBR. AND I CANNOT HANDLE IT. I have decided that I simply have to talk about some of these books now before I implode.
I have opted to leave out January 2017 releases, as otherwise this post would be even longer than it already is. The majority of the February releases I actually have to get myself a copy, and on top of that a lot of these haven’t actually come out yet. I think the anticipation might kill me.
Narrowed down to 12, some recent/upcoming releases I want to read are:
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