Can’t Promise I’ll Actually Read These: Shelf Love Challenge Books

showyourshelves-mini_zps2b4807f8-png320x480Right.  So, I’m supposed to share the books I plan to read for the Shelf Love Challenge.  But as you know, I’m a pantser when it comes to my bookish (especially book blogging) life.  The list I’m sharing here is likely not the books I will actually read.  Well, some of them.  But not likely all of them.  I’ve planned to read these books for other challenges, so we’ll see what actually happens as the year goes on.

Young Men and Fire
Memoirs of a Geisha
Cutting for Stone
Five Days Left
I am Number Four
The Story of Edgar Sawtelle
Magellan’s Shadow
The Last Tycoon
The Second Sex
Ms. Marvel #1
Unlaced by the Outlaw
Pride and Prejudice
Learning to Walk in the Dark
Wuthering Heights
The Good Girl
Leaving Time
The Weird Sisters
The Catcher in the Rye
The Casual Vacancy
A Tree Grows in Brooklyn
A Discovery of Witches
Love Me Back
The Weight of Silence
Dead Until Dark
Gone Girl

Sorry if the list is a bit difficult to read.  I’m writing this late at night, and I just can’t seem to make the formatting pretty. But I managed to give you links to Amazon for all of them.  What does that say?  That I heart you.  You’re welcome.

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  1. Julie

    Ooh great list. You’ve got a little bit of everything in there 🙂 So you don’t have to share what you plan to read, just your list of unread books to choose from 🙂

    1. Leila

      Yeah well that’s my interpretation 😉

    1. Leila

      Well, all of those work for other challenges, which is why I was so specific. They all work for the Ultimate Reading Challenge and the Read Harder Challenge. It’s not all about your challenge, you know 😉

      1. The more challenges, the more planning that is required. I’m pretty sure that is why I failed a couple of my challenges last year. I’m a mood reader and can’t really plan ahead what to read next.

        1. Leila

          I’m totally a mood reader too. I’m hoping my goals were conservative enough to be able to complete my challenges…

  2. Thanks for sharing this completely useless list of books that you may or may not read. LOL! At least you’re honest. Did you add the Amazon links just for MOI? I see that Maggie Stiefvater’s The Wolves of Mercy Falls trilogy is up there; if you succeed to committing to any of these titles, then it should be those beauties. Just saying. 😀

    1. Leila

      You know, if I didn’t know better I’d think you didn’t like me. 😉 I do actually plan on reading most of them. Whether the plan becomes reality remains to be seen. They all match either the Ultimate Reading Challenge or Read Harder Challenge. It’s not just completely random… Yes, you were a big reason for all the links. And Mercy Falls is not optional, I agree. I read Shiver years ago. It’s worth a reread and finishing the series. Which I have in pretty, matching hardcovers. 🙂

  3. Rose

    Wait, its not all about our challenge? Sure it is! jk. great list. I have not read the third book in the Mercy Falls trilogy… I need to finish that….

    1. Leila

      Your challenge was the first one I signed up for, so you’ll always be special 😉

  4. Such a short, neat list! Good luck with the challenge — I made myself fess up to ALL the unread books in my house because I didn’t want to commit to a specific list. It was a little scary!

    1. Leila

      I have 170 unread books, so this list was my lazy way of getting the job done.

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