Book Lists, NetGalley Reads

-| My NetGalley Backlist… Holding Myself Accountable |-

So I’ve decided to hold myself accountable in terms of the state of my NetGalley shelf, even though I have 82% feedback ratio which is really good I’ve seen that I still have 9 books that were published in 2019 which is terrible! I’m hoping that sharing the state of this with you all will shame me into getting my ass into gear and prioritising these books.

Also if you have read and enjoyed any of these and think that I should push them up the list then please let me know.

Oldest to most recent


02/07/19 Pan’s Labyrinth by Guillermo del Toro & Cornelia Funke

08/07/19 Murderabilia by Carl Vonderau

09/07/19 & 29/10/19 Contagion & Deception byTeri Terry

11/07/19 Truth or Die by Katerina Diamond

23/07/19 Gretchen by Shannon Kirk

08/09/19 The Family Upstairs by Lisa Jewell

03/10/19 Through the Wall by Caroline Corcoran

03/10/19 Lock Me In by Kate Simants


09/01/20 The Dilemma by B A Paris

14/02/20 The Stranger in Our Bed by Samantha Lee Howe

20/02/20 The Unspoken Name by A. K. Larkwood

10/03/20 Unfollow Me by Charlotte Duckworth

30/04/20 Talking to Strangers by Malcolm Gladwell

30/04/20 Q by Christina Dalcher (Read 20%)

04/06/20 The Obsidian Tower by Melissa Caruso

11/06/20 All Fall Down by M. J. Arlidge (Read 40%)

06/08/20 The Nothing Man by Catherine Ryan Howard

29/09/20 A Deadly Education by Naomi Novik


21/01/21 Love Me Tender by Lorraine Mace

18/02/21 The Sanatorium by Sarah Pearse (Currently Reading: 47%)

18/03/21 Every Vow You Break by Peter Swanson

What does your NetGalley shelf look like?
See you in the next one…


12 thoughts on “-| My NetGalley Backlist… Holding Myself Accountable |-”

  1. I had books from 2017 on my shelf last year. I spent all of last year catching up and I now have only 2021 releases on my shelf. Whilst I have quite a few on there they are spread throughout the year so I’m hopeful that I’ll stay on top of it. Good luck with yours, you’ve got some great reads on your shelf 😊

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  2. That’s not bad at all. I read The Family Upstairs and loved it, but I am a huge Lisa Jewell fan. The Nothing Man was sooooo good, but I listened to the audiobook. The Dilemma was okay, not her best if you ask me. I wish you luck getting these all read.

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