TBR Alphabet Book Tag

Friday, April 15, 2022

It's been a while since I did a book tag. While browsing the web, I came across this one and it looked so fun! This book tag is meant to showcase some of those books I have on my TBR by organizing them from A to Z. I know quite a few readers who also participate in the A to Z annual book challenge so if I ever want to join, I would just have to look back on this post and see which books I want to read would fit for that challenge. 

If you like this book tag, consider yourself tagged. It was super fun to find books that I own that fit with each letter of the alphabet and with no authors overlapping. Articles like "A" and "The" can be excluded if you want. I found this tag over at Read by Tiffany. Here's the tag:

A - All Fired Up by Dylan Newton: I'm planning on reading this one next. I received it from the publisher and it just looks like such a cute romance. It releases in May.

B - Beautiful Wild by Anna Godbersen: I haven't heard anyone mention this one. This is Godbersen's newest release. It's a historical romance, which is Godbersen's specialty so I know it's going to be great.

C - Conceal, Don't Feel by Jen Calonita: I have been lowkey collecting Disney's Twisted Tales series that ask specific "what if" questions that change the entire original tale. I am excited to read one and see if I like them.

D - Dividing Eden by Joelle Charbonneau: I purchased this on a whim at a used book store. It's a quite short fantasy book.

E - Ever Cursed by Corey Ann Haydu: I must admit this book was most definitely a cover buy for me. I mean, look at how gorgeous that cover is. Stunning!

F - Falling Kingdoms by Morgan Rhodes: My brother recently moved and he gave me all his bookshelves (books included!). While our tastes don't align that often (he's a huge science fiction reader), I noticed that he had this whole series on his shelves. I've heard some good things about these books so I'm excited to see if I like them.

G - Get a Life, Chloe Brown by Talia Hibbert: Yes, I finally caved and bought myself a copy. It seems everyone has read this series and here I am, I haven't read anything by Hibbert before. I just purchased the rest of the books in the series so I can binge-read the whole series at once. It's going to be lots of fun!

H - Harbinger by Sara Wilson Etienne: This book is on my "22 Books to Read in 2022." Surprisingly, I've read a huge chunk of that list already. This one is mainly on there because it is one of the oldest books I have on my shelf and I rarely have any interest in reading it until I'm reminded of the premise. Hopefully, I'll get to this one soon.

I - If I'm Being Honest by Emily Wibberley and Austin Siegemund-Broka: I have only read one book by Wibberley and Siegemund-Broka, but I loved their writing so much that I bought some of their backlist, including this one.

J - Jane by April Lindner: Previously, I read a retelling of Wuthering Heights by Lindner and absolutely loved it. This book is a retelling of Jane Eyre, but I have never read Jane Eyre so I'm still debating if I should read the classic first before reading the retelling. Decisions, decisions.

K - King of Scars by Leigh Bardugo: I am slowly making my way through the Grishaverse. Having read the Six of Crows duology first, I am working backwards and have just finished Siege and Storm. Next up is Ruin and Rising and then I'll read King of Scars. Plus, I'm really looking forward to watching the Netflix show when I finish the original trilogy.

L - Linked by Imogen Howson: I don't think I've ever heard anyone talk about this one. It is an older title and, I suppose, it wasn't very popular. I have no clue what the book is even about but I have this one and its sequel on my TBR shelf.

M - Maybe This Time by Kasie West: This book would be perfect to read this time of year, sunny and warm in the spring. I don't know much about it except that it was written by Kasie West and she's an auto-buy author for me.

N - Not Like the Movies by Kerry Winfrey: I tried to avoid sequels for this activity, but I found that I only have this book on my TBR shelf that starts with N. It sounds like a super cute rom-com book!

O - One Last Stop by Casey McQuiston: When this book was first announced, it was being marketed for fans of Kate and Leopold. Kate and Leopold is probably one of the most underrated films ever. I love that movie so I know I must read this book. It's actually on my radar to read this month.

P - Phantom Heart by Kelly Creagh: Back in high school, I adored Creagh's Nevermore series, where Edgar Allen Poe's work came to life. She hasn't written a book since last year so I immediately got a copy when this came out. I can't wait to dive in!

Q - Queen of Air and Darkness by Cassandra Clare: I know, I know. I am so behind in reading Clare's books. I haven't even started The Dark Artifices series yet. And somehow, I've managed to remain unspoiled about all the newer series. Maybe this year will be the year that I catch up on all the Clare books.

R - Realm Breaker by Victoria Aveyard: I loved the Red Queen series so I can't wait to finally pick up Aveyard's new series. The sequel to this is releasing soon.

S - Save the Date by Morgan Matson: I love reading Matson's books but with all my friends getting married now I feel like this book is just going to stress me out. It follows a wedding where everything that could go wrong does go wrong. Yikes. 

T - Teeth in the Mist by Dawn Kurtagich: I've adored Kurtagich's previous work, which border on the supernatural and horror. The synapsis of this one is intentionally vague and all I know about it is that readers follow up to three generations and time periods of characters.

U - Unclaimed Baggage by Jen Doll: I received this one years ago at a book conference and I was so excited to pick it up. I've put this on numerous TBRs but still haven't read it. It's a contemporary book about a group of teens that work at a shop that sells unclaimed goods from the airport. The concept sounds really cool.

V - Vespertine by Margaret Rogerson: I haven't read anything by Rogerson since An Enchantment of Ravens. My main qualm about that book was that it was too short. This one totals 400 pages so I doubt I'll think this one is too short.

W - Walk on Earth a Stranger by Rae Carson: I've had this on my shelf for forever and I don't know too much about the series. It's about the Gold Rush era I think. 

X - XOXO by Axie Oh: I'm obsessed with the cover of this book. Since I studied abroad and lived in South Korea, I can't wait to dive into this contemporary romance set there.

Y and Z - It looks like I have no books on my TBR that start with Y and Z. So, I have 24 letters of the alphabet on my TBR. That's pretty cool!

Which book do you think I should prioritize? 

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  1. Oh this looks fun! Easy too! Lol. Although I have the feeling I won't be finding that Q or even XYZ! I am definitely going to have to do this one soon though! I don't know whether to say congrats on getting 24/26 letters or not since they're TBR books and they need to be read still! Lol. I'll say it anyway, congrats! ;)