These Books Will Self-Destruct 2022/2023

It’s been a while since I did one of these posts. Unfortunately, I’m starting to get a build-up of books that I still want to read but I’m just not reaching for. I really need to start picking these up so I’m using this as an opportunity to start doing so. Especially those I’ve had for a while, though some of them are a little more recent.

I’m not going to go into detail about these books. Some of them I don’t really remember, others I don’t really want to.

So yeah, this is kind of a short post. But I’m writing it to hold myself accountable.

What I’m doing is every now and then, I’ll use a random number generator to pick one of the books from the list. It’ll then be added to my TBR and I need to try to read it.

As the post title suggests, if I don’t read any of these books by September 2023…I’ll have to unhaul them. I got the idea from Becca of Becca and the Books on YouTube. I did a video of one of these a few years ago on my channel and I managed to get through those books pretty quickly. So I’ve decided to do more this time.

I won’t be adding a book from this list to every TBR. For one thing, there are only 10 books. But there are going to be some times when I just don’t want to make myself read one of these as I have too many other things to read or whatever other reason.

  • Luck of the Titanic – Stacey Lee
  • Ariadne – Jennifer Saint
  • Shatter the Sky – Rebecca Kim Wells
  • Yesterday Is History – Kosoko Jackson
  • Way Down Dark – J.P. Smythe
  • The Final Six – Alexandra Monir
  • The Wicker King – K. Ancrum
  • Sisters of Sword and Song – Rebecca Ross
  • Grandmaster of Demonic Cultivation – MXTX
  • Undercover Princess – Connie Glynn

2 thoughts on “These Books Will Self-Destruct 2022/2023

  1. Love the title! I did a similar thing to hold myself accountable; I set myself a clean off my bookshelf challenge. One book a month for twelve months to get books actually read. I’ve missed two so far which is ok and within the challenge rules as I have chronic illnesses, so I made sure I didn’t put too much pressure on myself.

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