My May TBR

Onwards to another new month of reading… and another month of failing to keep my TBR manageable! I really did try!

11/22/63 by Stephen King – #kingbuddyreads / #112263buddyread

ONE HUNDRED YEARS OF SOLITUDE by Gabriel García Márquez – #classicsbuddyread

PERFECT LITTLE CHILDREN by Sophie Hannah – #bbrperfectlittlechildren

SUPER HOST by Kate Russo (pub date 6/9/2020)

THE CHICKEN SISTERS by K.J. Dell’Antonia (pub date 6/30/2020)

THE GIRL FROM WIDOW HILLS by Megan Miranda (pub date 6/23/2020)

THE FINAL EMPIRE by Brandon Sanderson – #cosmerealong

THE LUMINOUS DEAD by Caitlin Starling – #deepdarkreads

THE PERFECT MOTHER by Aimee Molloy – #bbrtheperfectmother

THE TOMB OF ATUAN by Ursula K. Le Guin – #LeGuinAlong

THIS IS PARADISE by Kristiana Kahakauwilo – #readtheworld21

WHAT YOU WISH FOR by Katherine Center (pub date 7/14/2020)

WILDLAND by Rebecca Hodge

The Jar of TBR Picks…


*LEGEND by Marie Lu – the first book in a series that you have not started

*THE UNDERGROUND RAILROAD by Colson Whitehead – a book that was nominated for one of the ’10 Most Coveted Literary Prizes in the World’

*WAKING GODS by Sylvain Neuvel – a book with an “-ing” word in the title


*LOOKING FOR ALASKA by John Greene – a book written by an author in their 20’s

*NOTHING BUNDT TROUBLE by Ellie Alexander (pub date 6/30/2020) – a book with a pun in the title

*ORANGE by Ichigo Takano – a book set in Japan (host of the 2021 Olympics)

*THE GLITTERING HOUR by Iona Grey – a book set in the 1920’s

*THUNDERHEAD by Neal Shusterman – a book with a robot, cyborg or AI character


*A CURSE SO DARK AND LONELY by Brigid Kemmerer – a book featuring a woman with a disability

*THE NEW JIM CROW by Michelle Alexander – a nonfiction title by a woman historian

*THESE GHOSTS ARE FAMILY by Maisy Card – a book by an author from the Caribbean or India

What are you looking forward to in May? See any on my list that you’ve read or want to? I’d love to hear!