A 2018 TBR

I’ve decided to take part in quite a few reading challenges this year, which means I’ve got to read quite a lot of books. But luckily for me my book shelf is full, and I have a jam pack TBR of books that I am dying to read so I know I’ll make my through them all somehow. And since I share my monthly ‘What I’ve Been Reading’ posts and keep track of what I’ve read here, I thought I’d also share what I am planning on reading in 2018. This isn’t the whole list, it’s actually a very tiny fraction, but if I wrote about every book on there I think we’d be here for quite a while, so I’ll probably do another TBR later in the year just to keep you all up to date. Anyway, here’s some of the books on my 2018 TBR.

A Dogs Purpose
I’ve had this book for years, but couldn’t actually bring myself to read it because I thought it’d be really sad, but after seeing the film, and only welling up a bit, and mainly for happy reasons, I think I will adore it and I cannot wait to read it.

Then She Was Gone
I Found You by the same author, was like no other book I’d read before, and when I saw her name on another book I snatched it up before even reading what it was about. I cannot wait to see where she goes with this story and I hope it’s as full of twists as the last one was.

Friday On My Mind
I started the Nicci French series at the beginning of last year, but had to stop when I got to the fifth book because I couldn’t find it anywhere, well not one that matched the covers I had anyway, but I’m determined to find one now though because I need to find out what happens next and I cannot wait!

The Foster Child
Jenny Blackhurst has got to be one of my favourite thriller writers of 2017, so without even starting The Foster Child I know I’ll love it. It’s quite high on my list since I’ve been wanting to read it since it was released. I cannot wait to see what twists and turns she’s come up with this time.

The Vampire Diaries 8-13
I started The Vampire Diaries series at the end of last year, and to be honest, didn’t love it all that much, but I’ve just read the 7th book in the series and I have absolutely loved it, infact it was really, really hard to tear myself away from it but I do plan to read the rest of the books this year, I’m hoping to alternate the series with other books, if I can manage to part with it!

A Cottage In A Wood
Another book that I’ve been meaning to read since it was released, but I’ve not actually seen it about much so I actually forgot that I’d got it, but now that I’ve had a tidy of my bookshelf, I’ve made sure to put it right where I can see it. The story sounds promising, I can imagine it being so full of suspense and even a little bit scary!

All The Missing Girls
Samantha from She Writes About It practically forced me to add this to my TBR by showing me the synopsis, and as soon as I read it, it was on my wishlist. It’s definitely going to be one of my most anticipated reads this year because it sounds like no other thriller I’ve read before.

I See You
I’ve been wanting to read I See You for months now, but I keep putting it off because I want to read I Let You Go first. I don’t really have a reason why because there not part of a series, but I’ve not managed to get my hands on I Let You Go yet so I might just read I See You anyway. It sounds like an amazing book and I can’t imagine where the story will go.

A Dog Called Hope & Bilbo The Lifeguard Dog
I love a good dog book if you couldn’t already tell, but even more so when it’s a true story. A Dog Called Hope and Bilbo The Lifeguard Dog both sound absolutely incredible and right up my street. I cannot wait to read both.

Into The Water
It’s driving me mad that I haven’t read this book yet, but I have a reason. Personally, I hate hard back books, and of course the one book that I am dying to read hasn’t yet been released in paperback, but I stayed strong, and I’ve avoided all possible spoilers, in fact I still have no idea what this book is about, but I want to read it. And as soon as it’s available in paperback, I will have my nose in it.

Right Behind You
I still haven’t read Find Her yet, which is by the same author, so that’s also on my TBR, but I’ve seen loads of amazing reviews about Right Behind You which has put this book quite high up on my list. Plus I don’t understand what’s going to happen, the synopsis makes the story seem obvious, but with no hint to what will happen and I need to find out.

There’s plenty more books that I plan to read in 2018, so I’ll probably do another TBR later on in the year
Let me know what’s on your 2018 TBR
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4 Comments

  1. 01/19/2018 / 6:23 pm

    Lovely post Jessica, book blog posts are my favourite to read and my guilty pleasure. I love seeing what books are out there, and getting ideas. Those dog related books seem super interesting, I might have to add them to my Goodreads list. I have read some thrillers, but I’m a bit of a wuss with scary themes, your selection in this genre sounds intriguing though. I’m currently reading The Code Girls by Daisy Styles, and it’s surprised me how much I like it so far. Happy reading! 🙂 xx

    Helen | Helen’s Fashion, Beauty & Lifestyle Blog

    • 01/23/2018 / 3:46 pm

      Thank you! Same, I’m always on the hunt for book bloggers, although my bank account doesn’t appreciate it haha!
      Definitely do! I’ve never a read a book about a dog that I didn’t like, Oogy is a good one to start with!
      Haha I can be too sometimes, but you can get quite a few that aren’t scary in the slightest, Last Seen is brill and not scary at all! Oh I’ve not heard of it, I’ll have to have a look into it!
      Thank you for your lovely comment Helen xxx

  2. 01/24/2018 / 6:48 pm

    Lovely post babe. As you know, I have set my target for 2018 of books to read, to hopefully stop me watching so many TV shows. I obviously love your recommendations, so keep them coming.

    Jacqui xxx

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    • 01/26/2018 / 11:49 am

      Thank you! I really hope you reach it!

      xxxxx

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