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Romance Weekly Blog Hop #lovechatwrite

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I’m back to Romance Weekly as regular this week! Nice to get back into it, I missed these weekly posts 😀

If you’ve joined me from the lovely Jami Denise, then welcome!

So, this week, Elizabeth Janette has asked us what is on our TBR list.

As I said last week in my Books and Reading post, I’m trying to get a lot more organised with my TBR list, so as I actually get to read the books I want instead of forgetting them under the ever-growing pile! 😀

But I am not that organised yet, and only have a few planned, though I did just finish the first book that was on the list (a beta-read for someone, which was great fun).

So here are the next 4 books that I actually have planned on my TBR list:

The Creative Writing Workbook by Mathew Branton
Thyme in a Flask by Glenn Quarry (Book for Review)
The Woodcutter by Kate Danley (Reading Challenge- A book written by a female author)
Random Library Book (Shelf number 4, book number 7)

So there you have it! The next books on my list.

Now hop on over to Elizabeth Janette and see what’s on her list, you never know if you mind find a book that interests you!

What books are on your reading list? Have you managed to read any yet this year?

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27 thoughts on “Romance Weekly Blog Hop #lovechatwrite

  1. Great thinking getting your TBR under control! 🙂

    I’ve managed to read 5 books already this year which has surpassed my expectations. Whether I’ll manage to keep up that momentum remains to be seen however 😉

  2. I put my book list on the sidebar of my blog after last weeks chat, did you see it? Its a collage of all the book covers. Of course there are a lot more than that, but it would fill my sidebar lol. They’re all Indies, too. I dont think I’ve read a trad pubbed book in a long time! Good luck with sorting your list! 😄

    • I did see it! I think it looks like a great idea, and also good for other people to see new books they might like to read!

      I know what you mean, when I looked back at last year’s reading, I think it was the indie books that I remembered and enjoyed the most! 😀

    • Organising the list seemed like a good idea at the time… now I’m wondering though 😀 It certainly is a huge task to take on! I didn’t realise I had so many books I want to read!

    • Thank you for the kind comment, it’s nice to be back! 😀 I’m going to start on that creative writing book today, it’s one with practical writing exercises, so I’m hoping it will really make me think!

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