Analyze Your TBR Book Tag

Good afternoon, fellow book readers! I don’t know about you, but I love doing book tags and challenges, whether they’re on a blog, or Instagram Reels, or TikTok — they’re so fun and random! I’ve participated in so many tags and challenges, but I’ve never created my own before. Until TODAY! One of my favorite activities, maybe once or twice every year, is analyzing my TBR, possibly cleaning it up, possibly impulse-buying random books from the list. I kind of did that here recently, and thought it may be fun to make a little book tag to answer some random questions about my TBR in the process. So I hope you enjoy this book tag! I’m not tagging anyone to do it, but I hope everyone who sees this post and reads it will join in on the fun.

Analyze Your TBR Book Tag


I’ve probably done like a major cleanup twice since joining Goodreads.

Not really. Most of the books on there are classics I just haven’t gotten around to reading yet, or 2020/2021 releases that I’m looking forward to reading. Probably end of this year/early next year I’ll do another cleanup.

Legend by Marie Lu (June 2014)

I do, actually! I received it from a friend back in college during a Blind Date with a Book event. I have no idea why I haven’t read it yet. I love YA dystopias from the 2000s/2010s, so I’m sure I’ll enjoy it.

Yes I do. I have no idea why I haven’t read it yet. I love YA dystopias from the 2000s/2010s, so I’m sure I’ll enjoy it. I’ll admit it’s not high on my priority list, but I do eventually want to read it.

DEV1AT3 by Jay Kristoff (March 2021)

I do not… Jay Kristoff is one of my favorite authors, and though I downloaded LIFEL1K3 on my Kindle (I didn’t think I’d like it), I’ll most likely buy the entire trilogy in physical form to add to my collection. Because I actually loved it and want it on my shelf.

Yes absolutely. I was hoping to read it right after finishing LIFEL1K3, but I got sidetracked… But now I have time to purchase my physical copies 🙂

Things To Shout Out Loud At Parties by Markus Almond

Journey to the Center of the Earth by Jules Verne (1864)

The Rising Sisterhood by Amy R. Edge (March 11, 2021). My friend Kayleigh wrote a selection in this collection of stories, and I’m really excited to read it! I love supporting my friends and their writing 🙂

Any Way the Wind Blows by Rainbow Rowell (July 6, 2021). I am SO EXCITED to read what happens to Simon and Baz. One of my favorite series of all time.

Absolution (Southern Reach #4) by Jeff VanderMeer. I stumbled across this on Goodreads and almost screamed. I had no idea he was publishing another book until just recently, and I’m stoked.

Sex Criminals, Vol. One: One Weird Trick by Matt Fraction. I added this way back in 2015 and literally have never thought about it since. I don’t know how it missed any of my purges. So unless someone can tell me they’ve read it and loved it, it’ll probably disappear with the next one.

A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas. I don’t want to say BookTok made me do it, because it’s been on my radar a lot longer than that. But BookTok is definitely making it harder to resist reading it.

I would love it if you would tag me in your posts so I can see your answers! Or feel free to post your answers in the Comments. Happy Wednesday!

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