I have been trying to cull my TBR list, bit by bit, so it's a bit more manageable. And when I talk about culling my TBR, I don't mean books that I have already purchased. If I bought it, you can bet that I will be reading it. It may take me a while, but I'll get to it.
Anyway . . . getting rid of books from my TBR is harder than it sounds. I want to read ALL THE BOOKS.
So how do I decide which books to remove?
I know I have a bad memory, but if the cover and the title don't jog my memory, I won't miss what I never read, right?
2. If it has been on my TBR for longer than a year and I still haven't bought it.
I feel guilty if books are languishing needlessly for a long time on my TBR. I have books that I buy right when they come out because I'm so excited. But after a year or more, chances are small that I will ever buy it.
3. If it goes on sale with Amazon and I still have no interest in purchasing it.
4. If I read a sample online with Amazon and I have no interest in reading beyond the first page.
5. If the premise is not new or interesting.
How do you decide whether to remove a book from your TBR?