So many great books to read, and so little time!

Here’s my TBR for the next few weeks:

Physical books

Tiger Queen by Annie Sullivan — No relation to the recent Netflix special about other tiger royalty. In fact, it’s YA fantasy that makes an interesting play on the Lady or the Tiger story. This was one of the ARCs I received from BookCon 2019. I started to read it that fall and it was such a slow start (and there were so many pressing library books) that I put it on pause. I’m finally back to reading it, and it’s interesting enough that I definitely want to finish.

The Girl Who Circumnavigated Fairyland in a Ship of Her Own Making by Catherynne Valente — A middle grade fantasy that reminds me a bit of the type of silliness in The Phantom Tollbooth, this is another one that I started a while ago, put on my bedside table where it has languished, and am only now getting back to reading.


Murder on Cold Street (Lady Sherlock #5) by Sherry Thomas — I am devouring the most recent Charlotte Holmes book. I love these stories so much! They are well written, and with mysteries just as interesting as you’d expect from a Sherlock Holmes story. I also really enjoy doing them as audiobooks because the reader, Kate Reading, does a great job!

Fortune and Glory (Stephanie Plum #27) by Janet Evanovich — This is the most recent in the Stephanie Plum series, which is one of my favorite ‘light reading’ series. The characters are funny, the romance is tense, and you always know what to expect from a Stephanie Plum book.

Welcome to Night Vale by Joseph Fink & Jeffry Cranor — I’ve recently started listening to the Welcome to Night Vale podcast, and I’m not sure whether I like it. It reminds me of a Lemony Snicket book — twisty, dry, but with some humor — mixed with The Twilight Zone. I thought I’d try the book to see how I feel about that.

Romancing Mr. Bridgerton and To Sir Philip with Love (Bridgertons #4&5) by Julia Quinn — I’m working my way through all of the Bridgerton audiobooks, and thoroughly enjoying myself.

What are you reading this week? Let us know in the comments!

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