#SixForSunday; TBR Books

Here finally is my first official #SixForSunday post on my blog! I’ve been following Steph’s wonderful meme for a while now, I dip in and out of participating via Twitter @AnAverageLife88 and have been excited to do my first blog addition!

I’m so glad that this week’s prompt is SIX BOOKS THAT HAVE BEEN ON MY TBR FOREVERwhat a great place to start.

Now my TBR is rather large, at the time of writing I own 256 unread ebooks, and 19 paperbacks. Add to that the 185 on my current wishlist and we’re at a grand total of… 



So I’ve gone back as far as I can to find you the titles I own that have been waiting years to be read. Here are my Six for Sunday..


The Princess Bride / William Goldman



Vicious / V E Schwab



Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas / Hunter S Thompson



The Cuckoo’s Calling / Robert Galbraith (JKR)


Orange Is The New Black / Piper Kerman


Cinder / Marissa Meyer


Want to join in? Click here to find Steph and her S4S prompt calendar.

Author: Roxanne Michelle

Dramatic, curly-haired wannabe writer from a nowhere town in Somerset. Stop-starter of all projects great and small. Here to talk books, film, mental health and lifestyle.

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