My Entire TBR Part 3

We are getting there, slowly, who said this was a good idea? Seriously I have so many books on my shelves that I have yet to read and what do I keep doing? Buying more and it is getting out of hand. Sure you can never have to many books, but I am going to have to start reading at least as much as I buy. For now I am just going to leave it here after this as I have some that I still need to write down and sort through. So parts 4 – 6 will most likely be coming in February. I do hope that is okay. let me know if I should make any of these my priority.

So lets move from my bedroom to the Living Room, where I hold a total of four bookshelves. Well I say for book shelves one is more a large bureau that I have half filled with DVDs and books have found their way on there as there is no room anywhere else, but we will get to that in a later part.

Front Room Bookcase One – Shelf One – This contains all my Barnes and Noble Editions that are just so beautiful and joining them are a few classics in other editions. Going to attempt to get pictures of all of these and add them in, but can’t promise anything. So the pictures will be of all the Barnes and Noble Books I own most of them contain a collection of stories that  will most likely read individually. The List at the bottom will work just the same as they did before




Classics in other Editions:
To the Lighthouse – Virgina Wolfe
The Life of P.T. Barnum – P.T. Barnum
Persusion – Jane Austen
Sense and Sensibility – Jane Austen
Moby Dick – Herman Mellville
Lady Audley’s Secret – Mary Elizabeth Brandon
Wuthering Heights -Emily Bronte
Jane Eyre – Charlotte Bronte
The Tennant of Wildfel hall – Anne Bronte
Les Miserables – Victor Hugo


I will see you all in February for some more TBR updates, not sure if I will be abel  to update you on anything more that I have read from the last two blogs, but i will try. So my promise is that at the end of February I will post more of my ever growing TBR and also update on anything that I have read from your recommendations. How does that sound?


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