The reading queue

Every avid reader has a queue and most readers have a wishlist. I happen to have an outstanding TBR (to be read) pile. I have a tendency to snatch up books left and right either at my local bookstore or when a local library has a book sale. The latter brings me more joy because I know the proceeds are going to the library.


This means my bookshelves are rarely bare and that doesn’t include my eShelves. In case any of you are wondering, I have an Overdrive app for my library borrows, kindle, iBooks and blue fire reader. I cannot list my TBR in total because that would probably be close to 500 books!

but…here are some books that are in my queue. Comment below if you’ve read or want to read any of the mentioned!

Personal Shelves

A Great and Terrible Beauty by Libba Bray
Dragonflight by Anne McCaffrey
The Sword of Shannara by Terry Brooks


Blue Fire Reader

In another life by Julie Christine Johnson – currently on page 52.
Green Island by Shawna Yang Ryan
A reaper of stone by Mark Gelineau & Joe King
Wild bells to the wild sky by Laurie McBain
Henchgirl by Rita Stradling


The last days of magic by Mark Tompkins – currently on page 89.
Brush of Black Wings by Grace Draven
The Bargain by Jane Ashford
Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams  – currently on page 104.
Glagnodian’s revenge by Aaron Millar
Ghost gifts by Laura Spinella
Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo



The Reluctant Duke by Christine Donovan
Stone Devil Duke by K.J. Jackson
The New Girl by Tracie Puckett


To Beguile a beast by Elizabeth Hoyt – currently on chapter 8 [audiobook]
Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy – currently on chapter 13 [audiobook]
Shiver by Maggie Stiefvater – currently on chapter 11 [audiobook]
Hexed by Kevin Hearne – currently on page 86.


These lists are what is in my immediate queue, my lists are actually much much longer, but if you feel a touch overwhelmed just looking at this, imagine what the actual list would look like?

Call me crazy, but I can usually whip out a book of 400 pages in nearly a day. I’m often referred to as a robot in terms of reading. So, now you know what my Queue looks like!

In case anyone was wondering what my current Review Request is — yes, I’m still taking requests for reviewing, it may take a little bit unless you include a deadline or preferred finish/publishing date of said review.

Happy Reading!





  1. I’ve been trying to read Anna Karenina off and on for the past year or so. It’s not that I’m bored with the story, I’m not. I’ve just had trouble keeping up with who is who. Sometimes the characters are referred to by their full names, other times, by nicknames, and there are so many characters to keep up with. I’ve set it aside at least four times in the last year or so.

    Or maybe I’m just not paying enough attention as I read it?

    I’m not giving up on it. One day I will finish it!


    1. Admittedly, Anna Karenina is a book I’ll listen to when I’m coloring. Like you said, it isn’t a boring book because I found myself thoroughly intrigued by all of the various stories of the characters. There are a lot though and a lot of surrounding stories that you can’t (at least I find,) breeze through it. It’s a book that needs your attention.

      It’s one of those I have perpetually on loan from my library!


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