My 2021 Netgalley TBR

Hi Blisses,

It’s been a while since I posted something other than book reviews for blog tours and I’m feeling a little rusty. I tried writing another blog post earlier but couldn’t get past two paragraphs. That’s when I knew I’m in trouble. So to get myself reacquainted to book blogging again, I figured I can post my annual TBRs (including my TBRs for the annual reading challenges I’m joining ) since they’re like lists anyway, therefore easier to write.

To start, I’m sharing my Netgalley TBR today. I decided to edit this post from time to time to add new Netgalley ARC I receive and cross off the ones I’ve read. I want to see how many Netgalley ARCs I read by the end of this year. For now though, the ARCs I have are all from last year. I’ve been taking a break, mostly due to my mental health and despite informing the publishers and authors who usually send me Netgalley links, they still send links to me. AND I’M SO GRATEFUL for their generosity. Shoutout, especially to Orbit. Their publicist even send me physical copies even though I’m in Asia. πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

Anyway, back to my current Netgalley TBR. Right now, there are 43 books in my Negalley shelf.

1.) Once and Future Witches by Alix E. Harrow
2.) Crown of Bones by A.K. Wilder
3.) The Jasmine Throne by Tasha Suri
4.) Winter’s Orbit by Everina Maxwell
5.) The Unbroken by C.L. Clark

6.) Legacy of Steel by Matthew Ward
7.) The Fall of Koli by M.R. Carey
8.) All You Knead is Love by Tanya Guerrero
9.) Wild Sign by Patricia Briggs
10.) Waterborne by J. Luke Bennecke

11.) The Midnight Swan by Catherine Fisher
12.) Void Breaker by David Dalglish
13.) Out Past the Stars by K.B. Wagers
14.) Maker’s Curse by Trudi Canavan
15.) The Black Song by Anthony Ryan

16.) Call of the Bone Ships by RJ Barker
17.) Down Comes the Night by Allison Saft
18.) The Thousand Deaths of Ardor Benn by Tyler Whitesides
19.) The Shattered Realm of Ardor Benn by Tyler Whitesides
20.) The Fires of Vengeance by Evan Winter

21.) The Last Rule of Make Ups by Nina Crespo
22.) The Highlander’s Unexpected Proposal by Heather McCollum
23.) Send Me Their Souls by Sara Wolf
24.) Try As I Smite by Abigail Owen
25.) Just A Little Bet by Tawna Fenske

26.) The Ministry for the Future by Kim Stanley Robinson
27.) White Land by Rosie Cranie-Higgs
28.) The Duke’s Princess Bride by Amalie Howard
29.) Dead Man in a Ditch by Luke Arnold
30.) Sweet Harmony by Claire North

31.) A Neon Darkness by Lauren Shippen
32.) Lore by Alexandra Bracken
33.) The Black Coast by Mike Brooks
34.) The Conductors by Nicole Glover
35.) Prime Deceptions by Valerie Valdes

36.) The Year of the Witching by Alexa Henderson
37.) The Unfinished Land by Greg Bear
38.) The Bone Fire by GyΓΆrgy DragomΓ‘n
39.) How To Break An Evil Curse by Laura Morrison
40.) The Midnight Circus by Jane Yolen

41.) The Vanished Queen by Lisbeth Campbell
42.) Each of Us A Desert by Mark Oshiro
43.) The Gentleman and the Thief by Sarah M. Eden


Right now, my Netgalley Feedback Ratio is 77%. I know I can reach 100% so I think it’s OK to aim for that before requesting again. Besides I don’t think any publisher would approve me of anything considering my current ratio.

What about you? How’s your Netgalley shelf? Do we have similar books in our lists? What do you do when you get overwhelmed by your ARCs? Let’s chat.

12 thoughts on “My 2021 Netgalley TBR

  1. I’m working to get all of the books on my NetGalley shelf read this year. I started off the year with 11 books and I am now down to 9. We don’t have any books in common but I did buy a physical copy of Lore when it was released. You can do it Lili!!

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  2. Good luck with your Netgalley eARCs! You can do it!! You have some AMAZING titles on there (The Jasmine Throne is one i just finished and 😍😍😍) Hope you enjoy all your reads!

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  3. Wow, what an amazing list Lili! I know you can do it, good luck, and happy reading. Also, these books sound so good and a few (read – many) may have found their way on to my own TBR!

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  4. You can do it Lili. I hope you are doing better, although it is tough with things the way it is right now. My ratio is only 60% and I want to get it up to 70% by the end of the year, but I need to stop requesting books to do that. πŸ˜πŸ“š

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