Typically, when a new season arrives, I come out with new graphics. I have the clipart, but, uh, life has decided to kick start my inner klutz. First, I sprained my toe. And while working today, I badly bruised my tailbone when the insidious chair I was sitting on collapsed. So I’m slightly behind on my blog because of that and because of my Mom’s treatments. You’re stuck with the winter theme.
Top Ten Tuesday, originally created by The Broke and the Bookish and now hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl, is a weekly meme. Besides breaking my butt, I’m excited for the new Spring titles coming. But the new season also allows us to check up on our backlist, which mine is in desperate need of trimming.
So I hope you all enjoy my choices! Have fun, everyone!
WHY WOULD YOU WRITE THAT KIND OF ENDING?! Kristoff has a thrill for punishing us. And I’ve been patiently—uh, not really—waiting for the sequel. I need to know what happens. And even though I don’t like pink, I love the punk effect though.
Girls of Paper and Fire
This title may be my next read. I am loving more diverse series, so I can’t push back Natasha’s novel further. It deserves my attention and my time.
You’d think I’d give up this series after I didn’t enjoy the ending of War Storm. But I can’t help myself, and I think Victoria knows that fact and is banking on it. I want to know how Norta survives past the war or if Cal and Mare actually find each other again.
A Discovery of Witches
I’ve heard the buzz about the show. But I never took the chance to read the series though. But I want to change that once the TV series comes to AMC! I just hope I love this witch book.
Yes, another Kristoff book. I have a lot to catch up on, but this space title is just screaming my name. And I still can’t get over the cover design. I will be a happy bookworm when this comes in the mail.
I hate bullies. So why I am so intrigued by bully love stories?! I don’t know what’s wrong with me. And when you throw in heirs who rule a town, well, I’m done for. I have yet to read any of Raven’s or Coralee’s books, but I’m down for anything.
The Royal Trials
More than likely Tate has become an instant buy author for me. Whatever she writes is what I want in my TBR pile. So I can’t pass up this royal reverse harem. A mercenary wants to save her friend from death, so entering the Trials should be easy, unless the men get involved.