Happy Tuesday, my lovely book bloggers,
Oh, I needed a break from everyday stress. And I’m glad I took the time to make up some new graphics. It’s about bloody time, right? I think I need a new, fresh start on the blog. And I’m excited to see what April will bring us all.
Top Ten Tuesday, originally created by The Broke and the Bookish and now hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl, is a weekly meme. For the final TTT March post, we get an audio freebie. I’ve talked a lot about songs, so I thought I’d stick with audiobooks, which, as you know, I rarely listen to. So here are my top picks of audiobooks I’m eagerly awaiting to listen to.
On the Come Up
I’ve heard a lot of talk about Angie’s latest book, and I need to step up my game and take the plunge. If the publisher uses POC actors, then I’d be down for splurging on the audiobook.
Five Dark Fates
Okay, okay, I’m behind. Horribly behind. But the different POVs would bring the book to a new level. The worldbuilding in this series is beautifully thought out. And I’d be intrigued to see who the publisher might pick for the Queens.
Sadie might be my next final read of the month. And I am so excited to incorporate the podcasts with the book. I know the storyline has several heavy themes, but this kind of reading experience isn’t something you should get up on.
The Raven Boys
For years, I’ve eyed this series. But I never took a risk on it. And I think I missed out on a great YA fantasy. But I think it would transition well for audio though, and I’d love to see how the POVs work.
Four Dead Queens
The death of four queens, a mystery, forbidden romances, and days to catch a killer, Four Dead Queens has it all. The story almost seems like it has a mystery element to it as well. I could get lost in this book.
Honor among Thieves
I’m slowly reading this book. And I am LOVING it. So much. One element of the book is how the book is laid out. You get bits and pieces of transcripts and top-secret notes. I thoroughly enjoy this kind of storytelling.
I’ve watched the TV show and loved it. And I think the atmospheric tone of the series would work rather well in audio. A part of me is extremely tempted to find a copy, then the other part is wondering why I’d ever put myself in that predicament.