Hello Mondays, welcome back to #5OnMyTBR, a meme created by the wonderful E @ The Local Bee Hunter’s Nook. This bookish meme gets us to dig even further into our TBRs by simply posting about five books on our TBR! You can learn more about it here or in the post announcing it. You can find the full list of prompts (past and future) at the end of this post!
This week’s prompt is: Blue Covers
Well, this one was pretty easy because I have a lot of blue books on my actual/physical TBR! I didn’t realise just how many blue cover books I had until mid-last year when I rearranged my shelves by colour, but I think it’s safe to guess that about 30% of my shelves are blue! A few of these are more recent releases but some have been sitting on my TBR for… a little while! I’ve heard mostly positive reviews about all of these books so I’m quite excited to eventually read them! Without further ado… Here are five gorgeous blue covers from my actual TBR.
That cover though 😍 The Kingdom of Back will be my second book by Marie Lu and I’m excited!
I thought I’d be reading All the Stars and Teeth this month (May) with the SeaMAYdenathon but… That didn’t work out as I had planned 😔 I hope to read it soon though!
I feel like Truly, Devious has definitely been one of the books that’s been on my TBR for quite some time. I don’t know why I don’t just pick it up — maybe I’m scared that I wont’ like it?!
Added to the many Patrick Ness books I have on my TBR and have yet to read is The Rest of Us Just Live Here. It sounds really good but I just have so…many…books *crying and dying a little bit inside*
I don’t read middle grade often but The Girl Who Drank the Moon has been sitting on my TBR since I first heard rave reviews about it last year. I should really just pick it up already, shouldn’t I?
18/05/2020 — Unconventional format (e.g. text messages, emails, verse etc.)
- 25/04/2020 — Blue Cover
- 01/06/2020 — LGBTQ+ Main Character
- 08/06/2020 — Pride Free Day
- 15/06/2020 — Rainbow (on the cover, made from covers… be creative!)
- 22/06/2020 — LGBTQ+ History (non-fiction or historical novels)
- 29/06/2020 — LGBTQ+ Author
Do you like reading books in unconventional formats?
Have you read any of these or are they on your TBR too?