Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Top Ten Tuesday

Here is the link to the Top Ten Tuesday information from The Broke and the Bookish.

Since I missed last week's Top Ten, and I really want to share my TBR, I'm going to go with last week's topic which was Top Ten Books on my Fall To-Be-Read List.

1. Loop by Karen Akins

This has been on my TBR for awhile now, as it's a review copy. I will be reading this very soon so that I can post my review before its release on October 21st.

2. My True Love Gave to Me by various authors

To be honest, I'm not sure why I haven't already read this. I suppose I'm waiting for the weather to cool off again - this just seems like a book best read with a big blanket and cup of tea. I've actually read the first three short stories in the collection, but I'll be finishing it up before its release on Ocober 14th. 

3. The Only Boy by Jordan Locke

I bought this one quite awhile ago, then my TBR piled up and it had to be pushed to the back. I really hope to make time for it by the end of Autumn.
4. The Nature of Jade by Deb Caletti

I couldn't even tell you how long I've been meaning to read this book. This is a book that's been on my TBR forever that I REALLY need to finally read. I've read a sample of it and just know it'll be fantastic.
5. Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins

This is another I've been meaning to read forever. I'm a little afraid I won't like this one, which is why it's taking me so long - however, it seems that everyone's read it, and I really want to at least say I've given it a chance.
6. The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer by Michelle Hodkin

I would love to read this entire series. My plan is to read books one and two before the release of the third book, so I'm prepared and can read that (hopefully) very soon after its release. We'll see how it goes!

7. Landline by Rainbow Rowell

I wanted to read this when it was first released, but I still haven't found time. I'm really hoping to get to it soon as possible, because I really miss Rainbow Rowell's writing! Her books are some of my favorites.
8. Slated by Teri Terry

I have a buddy read of this book coming up in late October, and I'm super excited about it! I have high hopes for this series.

This is my first time reading these books, and I would really like to finish the last two books before the end of the year. If not, it will have actually taken me more than a full year to read the series, as I started way back in January!

10. Suspicion by Alexandra Monir

This is another review copy. Since it comes out in December, I really hope to have it read by the end of November at latest. It shouldn't be hard, since I'm really looking forward to this one. (Also the cover is SO PRETTY.)


  1. I want to say that you shouldn't expect too much from Anna (and the French Kiss), but you might like her idk. :')

    1. I hope I will! I've heard mostly good things, but the bad things I have heard make me think I'll end up in the minority that doesn't like it.

  2. Anna (and the rest of those books, for that matter) were awesome. I really loved how cute they were. If you like contemporary at all, you'll most likely love it!

    1. I hope so :) I'm a bit worried because of all the hype around them, but I'll find out soon enough!

  3. My True Love Gave to Me is freaking amazing! I hope you get to it really soon! Anna, Lola, and Isla are definitely some of the best contemporary books I've read this year, so I hope you enjoy them too. I really thought I'd hate Anna, but I was pleasantly surprised by how much I loved the story so I kept reading.

    Landline is also pretty good. It's not my favorite Rainbow Rowell book, but it's still pretty cool.

    1. I'm more than half through My True Love Gave to Me and loving it! Good to know about the others, thanks! :D