My 2020 TBR Pile

This post was meant to go up in February but kept getting shuffled along, so hello April! Despite how much I have challenged myself this year, with my 12 Tropes of 2020 Challenge, Hopeful Reads of 2020, and other various things I want to get done in 2020, I still keep finding more books I want to read 😅

My trouble is not only that I see a book and want to read it but I do this and then forget about the book 😱 So the below are some of the books that I have either recently remembered that I want to read or they are ones I keep promising myself that I’ll get around to one day.


Kill the Farm Boy
by Delilah S. Dawson and Kevin Hearne

I borrowed this book from the library when it had just been released and never got around to reading it. I am quite ashamed of this as it looks like a book that I would love! Fantasy and humour are books that I absolutely adore.

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Small Snippet of February 2019

I hope everyone has enjoyed the month of romance themed posts ❤ I promise next month isn’t as focused on the genre, however you’re almost always guaranteed to find a romance themed post at least once a month. So hopefully you didn’t hate it too much 😋


Small Snippets

Captain Underpants Series by Dav Pilkey.

Okay, so I haven’t read these books since I was a kid and eagerly awaiting each new publication. It recently came to my attention that my library had the complete collection on one of our eBook apps.

So needless to say, I borrowed them all and started devouring them over the course of this month. They’re just as great as I remember, so fun, and so excellently self referential.

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Towel Day

toweldayTo commemorate the late Douglas Adams, each year on the 25th of May, people across the globe celebrate Towel Day. The premise of the day is simple, in order to follow the wise words of the Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy, simply carry a towel with you.

Everywhere.

For a whole day.

Towel Day is a way to show your appreciation for not only Douglas Adams but also because it is a universally know fact that a towel is the most important thing that an intergalactic hitchhiker can own. It is important to follow in the example of Ford Prefect and always ‘know where your towel is.’

So on the 25th of May, find your favourite towel, dust off your dressing gown, and embrace the British by having a cup of something ‘not entirely unlike’ tea.

Just whatever you do, stay away from Pangalactic Gargle Blasters.