TBR

OWNtober TBR

TBR

Hello bookworms!!

I have had what I was planning on reading for October planned for the past couple of months. So when Kathy from Books & Munches did a post about OWNtober I was hesitant to join because I only have one book planned for the month. Well Kathy talked me into it because I do own the book I am planning on reading.

Rules

  1. Post a blogpost saying you’ll be joining me in my battle against the ever-growing physical TBR-piles and pingback to this post.
  2. Share your list of all the books you own and then decide which ones you’re going to read first.
    If you can’t figure out a sequence for yourself, you can always start a poll and let others help you out!
  3. If you’re sharing your updates on social media, use #OWNtober so we can follow up on each other!

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** Link will take you to the Goodreads page **

  1. It by Stephen King 1,156 pages

    That’s it. I only plan on reading this book this whole month. There might be some ARC’s thrown in but as of right now this is all I have set. What are you planning on reading this month? Have you read this book? Is anybody else as intimidated by this book as I am?

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12 thoughts on “OWNtober TBR

  1. Whoop! Glad you decided to join after all. 😀 Definitely no need to feel bad AT ALL that you only have one book on your OWNtober TBR. Especially since it’s such a huge monster of a book.
    I still have to read it myself – one day – and can’t imagine that I’ll be reading a lot of other books during that time..

    Anyway, have fun, happy reading and.. don’t let the clown scare you?

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