The TBR Book Tag

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Hey, ya’ll! How are you?

So, I was tagged by to do the TBR Book Tag. Thank you so much!

How do you keep track on your TBR list?

I do like every normal bookworm I use Goodreads. However, a lot of times I forget to add the books I’ve read so this kind of messes my reading plans. That’s why I sometimes write my TBR somewhere I can see it. It could be on computer, in my phone or in a journal. I do this to remind myself what I should read next and what I’ve already read, that I shoul add on Goodreads.

Is your TBR mostly print or e-book?

That depends a lot of what type of books I have chosed to be on my TBR. If I’ve picked some newer books, chances are there are not published in Bulgaria yet, so then I turn to the e-book version. But I tend to pick mostly prints.

How do you determine which book from your TBR to read next?

Usually, I read the books I find the most interesting first and after that all the other books.

A book that has been on your TBR the longest.


The Book thief by Markus Zusak has been on my list for like 3 years now. But I promised myself that this year I’ll finally read it, because I know how good it is.

A book that you recently added to your TBR list?


I added Paranoia by Joseph Finder this year, when I got it for Christmas. I think it sounds pretty interesting. I’ve watched the movie and it was good which means the book is going to be good, too.

A book on you TBR list strictly because of its beautiful cover.


Well, Alienated is on my TBR list is not only because of the cover, but also because it sounds so interesting. I’ve been wanting to read it since quite a lot of time.

A book on your TBR that you never plan on actually reading.


Don’t get me wrong, I know John Green is liked by a lot of people, but I’m just not into his books. I tried to read them, but I didn’t succeed. So far I’ve read only Looking for Alaska.

An unpublished book on your TBR that you’re excited for.

Hm, I think there are a lot of book I’m excited for. For example, War Storm, the fourth book from Red Queen series. I haven’t read the third book, but I’m definitely excited for the next one. Another book I can’t wait to be released is A girl like that by Tanaz Bhathena. This one sounds so interesting and different and I think I’m going to enjoy this one.

A book on your TBR that basically everyone has read but you.


So, I started this book, but I had some struggles finishing it. Not that the  book is bad, it’s great, but basically I got into a reading slump. I’ll read the series, someday.

A book on your TBR everyone recommends you.


This book has been recommended to me by a lot of people. Some of my friends have read it and since they know me they recommend it to me. As if I didn’t know how good is that book.

A book on your TBR you’re very excited to read.


This is the one book I’ve been really excited to read lately. I think that Lilly Singh is an amazing human and has been able to do a lot in her life. She’s strong, funny and inspirational.

The number of books on your Goodreads TBR shelf.

So far I haven’t added a lot of books. There are only 24 books on my shlef for this year, but soon I’ll add quite a few more.

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Tagging these wonderful bookish blogs:

Nicole from

Mini Bhati from

Gabrielle from

Shreya from

These are the people I’m tagging. But feel free to do this tag even when you’re not tagged in it, of course, if you want. Can’t wait to see your answers, guys.




49 thoughts on “The TBR Book Tag

  1. Omg, I have the exact same book that’s been on my TBR list for the longest – The Book Thief. I keep promising myself I’ll get there, and then something new and shiny comes along, and I’m like a darn magpie! And I’m going to join you on the John Green thing. I have several of his books as I wanted to analyze why they are so popular, but I just think they’re not my personal taste.

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  2. Unfortunately, I don’t read much as I can’t find the time to anymore BUT one of my goals this year is to read more and with this, I think I found a couple great options 🙂 Great post lovely, so well written!

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  3. I loveeee Lilly Singh! I wholeheartedly recommend you to read her book, I personally found it very useful and inspiring. It really does represent Lilly, its so bright and welcoming! Also, I’ve had friends push me to read The Book Thief, I’ve heard its a great book and plan on reading it this year!

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  4. Paper Towns by John Green is okay. I liked the movie better (which is saying something; I NEVER like the movies better), but I definitely thought Looking for Alaska was a more interesting story.

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  5. I’ve also tried getting into John Green’s books but I literally cannot. I don’t think his writing is bad at all but I just cannot get into them…

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