Day 2591 – To Be Read Tag

I read about the To Be Read Tag on Words Read & Written. I liked the questions, so I thought I would fill it out!

How do you keep track of your TBR pile?
It’s a hodge podge approach. If I’m bored at the library, I might go through my Goodreads list and see what’s there. Or I might want to read a different type of book.

Is your TBR mostly print or ebook?
100% print.

How do you determine which book from your TBR to read next?
All about my mood. Sometimes it has to do with what I just read. Right now, I’m on a big dystopian, end of the world, survival kick, so a lot of my next TBR books fall into that category.

A Book That’s Been On Your TBR List The Longest
The Lovely Bones

A Book You Recently Added To Your TBR
Confessions of a Tax Collector: One Man’s Tour of Duty Inside the IRS by Rick Yancey (who also wrote The 5th Wave)

A Book In Your TBR Strictly Because Of Its Beautiful Cover
Maybe Before The Fall by Noah Hawley? It’s one that keeps popping up on friends’ Goodread feeds and blogs I follow.

An Unpublished Book On Your TBR That You’re Excited For
Heart of the Storm by Michael Buckley. I absolutely love the Undertow series and can’t wait for February 7th when this book comes out!

A Book On Your TBR That Everyone Recommends To You
1984

A Book On Your TBR That You’re Dying To Read
Armada by Ernest Cline

How many books are on your Goodreads TBR shelf?
213! Oy!

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About 365 days of marriage

I started this blog in April of 2011. At the time, Bret and I were wedding photographers and it was a way to share how marriage is more about the day to day and so much more than the wedding day itself. For about 5 years, I blogged about the joys and sorrows of the Christian walk, marriage, work, family and friends. I’ve blogged every day since a few weeks after I started. In May of 2015, we photographed our last wedding. Now, I have become passionate about simplicity, particularly in marriage, Christianity, business, travel and life. For a number of reasons, we have become minimalists. I’ve found that having simplicity makes life so much deeper, refreshing and joyful. I hope that this blog will help others see the benefits of living simply.

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