I’m back with another TBR Declutter post! I really enjoyed doing this last time and it was fun to see my Goodreads shelf drop by so many books. Very satisfying!
If I already own them, I’m going to add them to a new shelf called ‘own’ and if I don’t own them, I’ll add them to a shelf called ‘do-not-own’. That way I can better track my books at home and on the Kindle!
Already own: 8
Do not own: 21
Pathfinders was a random book find years ago and it’s not hugely rated or reviewed on GR but I still really like the concept of it!
I enjoyed the movies of both We Need To Talk About Kevin and Let The Right One In so I really want to see how the book shapes up. I know some people have had difficulty with the book of We Need To Talk but I still want to give it a try.
Fight Club is definitely staying because I’m doing a readalong of it on Instagram in August! If you want to join, please let me know!
After reading Cold Moon Over Babylon earlier this year, The Elementals is definitely a keeper! I love McDowell’s style.
I know that I’m Thinking Of Ending Things has had some really mixed reviews and ratings, but I’ve always wanted to pick it up despite that.
So I know Memoir of a Geisha is a classic and all that, but I’m just not interested in reading it! When I went to 66 Book Club last time I saw a guy pick it up and say to his wife “I spent hours of my life I’ll never get back on this shit” and from that moment on, I knew I’d never read it.
Bellweather Rhapsody does sound really good but the reviews for it aren’t shining and it’s one of those books that’s not so easy to get your hands on.
Yes, I am removing a whole load of Bret Easton Ellis even though he’s written my favourite book. I’m honestly just too nervous about hating all his other works so I’m just going to pretend they don’t exist!
So that’s the second instalment of this new kind of decluttering on my blog! Happy with the result of this again, just under half removed, that seems pretty good to me!
Have you read any of the books I’ve kept or removed? Have I made the right decisions?