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Overdrive: What’s On My Wishlist TBR? PART 1

For those that prefer the app Libby, I prefer the older Overdrive App. Its cleaner, and easier to load when you don’t have wifi, in my honest opinion. I like that it loads pictures easier, and its better to navigate. While I like the idea of Libby, its just not worked itself out well at all for me. I still keep it on my phone, same as Hoopla though I rarely use either. Hoopla frustrates me with the far limited number of check outs and timing than Overdrive does as well. So. What’s on my Overdrive App? Well, a lot of series, a rare few standalones, and a smattering of YA with Adult winning against the YA titles as of late. Do you have pen and paper handy, as well as Goodreads open? You’ll want to take down a lot of these titles!:

LGBT+ REP, ASIAN REP, CHINESE REP, DISABILITY REP, YA/MG LITERATURE :

This isn’t all of it, of course. There’s loads more YA/MG if I put up all of them we’d be here all day. As is these are high on my wishlist at the moment, and I’m eager to get to them soon. Are you planning on reading any of these? Heard anything good? Let me know in the comments!

Until next time,

-Pass Me That Book

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Waiting on Wednesday: My Dreadful TBR

Hello friends.

I haven’t read a single book all week. Mostly because I have no idea what to read, but also because:

  1. Rain-we are in the middle of building an addition to the house and all this rain is not helping.
  2. Book slump is worst slump ever.
  3. Lazy. All I’ve been doing is sleeping, and preparing to move from upstairs of my house to downstairs. My room is a disaster!

So yeah. I’m desperately behind on arcs, library books, ebooks, and so on. The only things I’ve read actually are Wattpad books which don’t count because they’re not finished. So, I’m planning on rectifying this week by reading nonstop.

My library books I need to read as pictured above. Currently I’m picking up Otherland by Tad Williams, Hot in Hellcat Canyon by Jill Shalvis, and Going Dark by Monica McCarty.

I hope to finish at least two by tonight! Then I will be reading arcs on my Kindle:

These are the top five Netgalley arcs leaping at me to read, so Reviews of these may come quickly as well.

Aside from that, I really don’t know what to pick up next. I definitely have plenty of books for a while! What are y’all reading? Let me know in the comments!

Until next time,

Pass Me That Book.

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Top Ten Tuesday…But On a Wednesday

Welcome all to another late post by yours truly! I have ten arcs that I’m dying to get to inbetween the other library books, random ebooks, and books I own. The arcs are all either coming out soon or won’t be released for months/years. Some aren’t arcs but new releases as well. Here are my top ten most anticipated reads!

1)

The Last Astronaut by David Wellington

Releases: July 23, 2019

I just received this one this morning and look forward to reading it!

2)

Do You Dream of Terra Two by Temi Oh

Releases: March 7, 2019

This sounds like a good one, and the title is what caught my attention. I hope to get this one soon.

3)

The Beholder by Anna Bright

Releases: June 4, 2019

The cover is beautiful, and I wants it!

4)

A Question of Holmes by Brittany Cavallaro

Releases: March 5, 2019

One of my favorite Sherlock retellings!

5)

Shadow and Flame by Mindee Arnett

Releases: June 4th, 2019

That cover! The sequel is finally here! Must have it now!!

6)

The Women’s War by Jenna Glass

Releases: March 5, 2019

This has been on my radar for ages.

7)

The Rise of Magicks by Nora Roberts

Releases: November 26, 2019

It’s fantasy and Nora Roberts. What more do you need to know? Also that cover!

8)

The Quiet at the End of the World by Lauren James

Releases: March 7, 2019

After having read her book Loneliest Girl in the Universe I’m definitely eager to read this one!

9)

Beware the Night by Jessika Fleck

Releases: March 2019

Another one I want to read just for that gorgeous cover!

And finally last but not least…

10)

Earth to Charlie by Justin Olson

Releases: April 16, 2019

This looks lovely, and it sounds right up my alley. I look forward to grabbing a copy soon!

Those aren’t all my anticipated reads, but a small taste of what I’m looking forward to. I hope you enjoyed this post!

Until next time,

-Pass Me That Book

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First Mini Haul: March 2019

I bought some books! Big surprise right? Yeah yeah, I know I don’t need more but I couldn’t resist adding to my collection!

Only five books. I’ve been reading a lot of fantasy/romance lately, especially the dark ones filled with violence and angst for the characters. But I also found a Rick Riordan HARDCOVER for a $1 which is insane and awesome. So yeah, happy with the books!

Up next is my March TBR post and some book reviews.

Until next time,

-Pass Me That Book.

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