TBR Pile Mini Challenge (Wednesday)

The TBR Pile Mini Challenge is hosted by Musings of a Bookshop Girl

2 questions:

1.  Which 5 books are at the top of your TBR pile at this moment?
-For this question I'm not going to include the ones in my read-a-thon pile.  Out of the crazy number of books I own that I haven't read, here are 5 that I want to get to reading soon!

This Girl (Slammed, #3)Rose Under FireA Monster Calls
A Game of Thrones (A Song of Ice and Fire, #1)Instructions for a Broken Heart
(I have a review copy of Rose Under Fire)

2.  If I gave you a wad of cash and sent you into a bookshop right now, which 5 books would you buy to add to the stack?
-There's so many books out there that I want to buy, but here's 5 that are high on my list!

Forgive Me, Leonard PeacockThe Sea of TranquilityI Wrote This For You
Practical MagicGameboard of the Gods (Age of X, #1)


  1. I've got A Game of Thrones on Mount TBR too. I kinda want to read A Monster Calls too, but I'm fairly sure it's going to break my heart so I also really don't... Forgive Me, Leonard Peacock is definitely on my wishlist, except I might have the same problem with that one. And YES read Practical Magic, I love Alice Hoffman and the film's so much fun too! :)

    Thanks for taking part in the challenge, and good luck in the giveaway to follow!

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