TBR Roundup 3.0: January-March 2019

April 18, 2019

Check out the previous TBR Roundup posts here and here, plus the previous Haul Roundup posts here and here!

If you’re not familiar with my TBR/Haul roundup posts, it’s a quarterly (previously bi-annually) post series where I look back on old TBRs and hauls and see how many of them I’ve read! It’s basically just an excuse for me to make fun little charts.


January — 6 books listed:

5 read in January:
– Darkest Hours
– Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone (reread)
– The Last Olympian
– Darkfever (DNF)
– Dead of Winter

1 read after January:
– This Mortal Coil (began, set aside for later)

0 still on TBR!

February — 11 books listed:

7 read in February:
– Horrorstor
– The Black Farm
– Sailor Moon: Eternal Edition 1 (reread)
– This Mortal Coil (set aside for later)
– It Ends With Us
– Binti: The Complete Trilogy
– The Nightmare Girl

1 read after February:
– Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (reread)

3 still on TBR:
– Elantris
– Rhapsodic
– King of Scars


March — 11 books listed:

9 read in March:
– Limbs: A Love Story
– Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (reread)
– Cry Wolf
– The Women in the Walls (set aside for later)
– Fear the Drowning Deep (set aside for later)
– Nevernight (reread)
– Aurora Rising
– Red, White & Royal Blue
– A Danger to Herself and Others

0 read after March!

2 still on TBR:
– Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (reread)
– The Evolution of Mara Dyer


Overall Results:

So, February was pretty rough, but I’m not too upset about the other two months! I was in a slump pretty much nonstop from December to a couple of weeks ago, so I’m not beating myself up, but I will say there are a few titles in these lists that I’m really sad I haven’t gotten to yet, like King of Scars!
I wonder what my stats would be like if I added in seasonal TBRs… There’s a thought for next time, maybe.
Keep an eye out in the next few days for the haul roundup version!


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    1. You’re killing it!! My leftover TBR numbers have been a bit higher, oops, hahaha. But I have faith we’ll catch up eventually!! Plus, isn’t a backlog such a good problem to have? 😀

    1. This is an excellent idea! Now is this based on a monthly tbr list or your tbr as a whole? I feel like I add 3 books to my tbr shelf on Goodreads for every half a book I read! Great work working out of a reading slump, those are not fun to be in

      1. Thank you! This is based on my monthly TBRs. 🙂 I feel you haha! I add way too many to my Goodreads TBR shelf, too. I’ve been considering lately the idea of doing a big purge on my shelf and making a post listing everything I removed!

    1. I love pie charts! They are the best!
      I would say you did pretty great with following your TBR’s!

    1. Wooah, you’re so good at taking care of your TBR! I will now be in eternal awe of you. I also still haven’t gotten to King of Scars, even though I got it on the release date and was super pumped to read it ?

      1. Thank you, love! I feel like my next round-up will be much worse off since I haven’t been sticking to my TBRs as well lately, but oh well haha. Did you get to King of Scars in the way-too-many weeks it took me to reply to this? ? Sorry about that, by the way~ I still haven’t picked it up, sadly.

    1. Wow! 75% is amazing to read on time! I cannot for the life of me finish a TBR, so I’ve stopped trying. Instead I just prioritize different books that I want to read, but I don’t beat myself up about not having read them if my reading mood changes mid-month and I’m no longer interested.

      1. Thank you so much! I don’t think there’s anything wrong with skipping out on TBRs altogether. 🙂 They just don’t work for everyone! I know they haven’t worked as well for me lately as they normally do.

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