My Monthly TBR Picks: August

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Hello fellow readers! So for a while now I have been toying with the idea of introducing monthly TBR picks into my reading life. Why? Well to act as something of a gentle way to add structure to my literary consumption, to guide myself towards diversifying the genre’s I read and hopefully starting to make inroads into the books that beckon to me from my shelves both virtual and physical. 

Now my intention is not to read all of the titles selected each month but to pick three or four to complete (depending on the format). Those that stay unread may carry over to the next month or drop off for a while. Have no fear – they will not be discarded altogether. They will just go back on my much larger TBR pile.

I am very much a mood reader so I am not sure how this is going to go but I think it will be an interesting exercise.

So without further ado here is my monthly TBR picks for August:

  • Good Talk: A Memoir in Conversations (Graphic Novel)
  • They Called Us Enemy (Graphic Novel)
  • Mooncakes (Graphic Novel)
  • The Bride Test (Contemporary Romance)
  • Cinderella Is Dead (Fantasy)
  • The Space Between Worlds (SciFi)
  • Sigh, Gone by Phuc Tran (Autobiography)

I think that’s a reasonably varied list. Now obviously we are already over a week into this month already but the plan is to post the TBR picks at the very beginning of the new month – I’m going to have to be organised! And of course when I do my monthly wrap up I can reveal what I managed to get through. 

I think this is going to be fun! 

Happy reading to everyone xxx

(Header Image: Dom J)

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