Do you ever worry about the length of your TBR list? Or is it just me?
For the first time in quite a few years, my digital TBR list is just under 150 books. (This doesn’t include books on ILL, books checked out from the library, books pre-ordered, or books sitting on my shelf.) It’s divided up into several sections, because I get nerdy about my book organization.
1) Books on hold. Some are still in acquisitions at the library, so I have to wait.
2) To put on hold. Divided into series I’ve already started, and ones I haven’t yet.
3) Goodreads. Mostly books I haven’t found at the library, or ones so far from being published they aren’t even in acquisitions.
In the past, I added titles until the number climbed above 400. And then I realized I couldn’t read all these books. There just isn’t time. So I trimmed the so-so books out. If I can read faster than I add titles (hah!), then I can even, perhaps, someday drop the list into double-digits.
How do you organize your TBR list? Do you cut it down to manageable size, or just let it grow?