Managing My Ever-Expanding TBR Stack

To help me prioritize my list, I thought I’d pull together the ten books I’m most eager to read off my TBR. I don’t have any big reasons for not having read them yet, other than a lack of time and *gestures vaguely at the panini*. Will I actually get to them in the near future? I certainly hope so. Until then, they’ll keep glaring at me from my bookshelves…

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What to Read Next After “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before”

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Sugary sweet romance, friends to lovers, a pretend relationship that becomes impossible to fake…what’s not to love about Jenny Han’s delightful trilogy of To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, P.S. I Still Love You, and Always and Forever, Lara Jean. On top of all that goodness, Han is the kind of writer who crafts stories and characters that make you want to curl up on the couch with a cuppa and a cozy blanket.

Readers looking to recreate some of those Lara Jean feels, here’s a list of some young adult and adult books to check out next.

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What to Read Next After “Harry Potter”

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A lot of people are obsessed with JK Rowling’s Harry Potter series. It’s one of those series that fans read over and over again to relive that childhood wonder. There is a lot to love about Harry Potter and just as much that Rowling – who, I must remind you, is a vile TERF and should never be supported in any capacity – could’ve done better, but no matter what you can’t dispute its influence in the reading world.

For readers looking to recreate some of those Harry Potter feels, here’s a list of some middle grade, young adult, and adult books to check out next.

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