Monday, September 3

TBR September: eBook Challenge

Part of me really wants to focus on the last four ARCs on my shelf. I am so close to freedom I can almost taste it. But at the same time I have recently been brought to the harsh realization that my ebook pile is colossal. This is a thing that should never have happened. I believe that this has come about as a result of me picking up a free read here and there. Apparently free reads are much like pennies. They add up really fast and take up some serious space.

Glamorous Illusions by Lisa T. Bergren
Untraceable by S. R. Johannes
The Secrets of the Vanmars by Elisabeth Wheatley
Shift by Kim Curran
Blackwood by Gwenda Bond
Untouched by Jus Accardo
Half-Blood by Jennifer L. Armentrout
Vesper by Jeff Sampson
Ruby by Amanda Burke

Shadow of the Sun by Laura Kreitzer
The New World by Patrick Ness
Moon Spell by Samantha Young
Jenny Pox by J.L. Bryan
Heavenly by Jennifer Laurens
Haunted Destiny by Ellie James
Fallen From Grace by M. J. Putney
Exiled by M. R. Merrick
Beasts and BFFs by Shannon Delany
The Apothecary's Daughter by Julie Klassen
Alias Dragonfly by Jane Singer
The Healer's Apprentice by Melanie Dickerson
A Strange Fire by L. H. Cosway
Clockwise by Elle Strauss

Meant to Be by Lauren Morrill
Speed of Light by Amber Kizer

On top of this monstrous problem I have a Kobo I want to get rid of. I wonder if I should do it as a giveaway. Do you think there are people who are interested in a Kobo ereader?

Care to help me navigate through this mess? Or would you like to join me in my crusade against my ebook pile?

Go ahead and challenge me to read a particular book out of the pile. It looks like I need all the help I can get.