Happy Tuesday, bloggers!
By 2 pm on Monday, I knew I was done with this week. It’s been that kind of start. But hopefully, it turns out better than it has. Do you feel me? Yeah, I wouldn’t be surprised. 😂
Top Ten Tuesday, originally created by The Broke and the Bookish and now hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl, is a weekly meme. The final August prompt is books I’ve read that I’d like in my personal library. Well, this topic may be a bit difficult for me since I buy almost all of my books. So I’m putting in a mix of books I do own but haven’t gotten around to reading and books I’ve read but don’t own.
I hope you all my picks!
I Own but Haven’t Read
All readers and bloggers struggle with their TBR, right? Right. It’s a truth universally acknowledged. And mine is slightly out of control right now.
A Treason of Thorns
Okay, I haven’t read this book yet, but I did receive an ARC for it. And I am loving the whole premise of it though.
Soul of Stars
Since childhood, I’ve always loved the Anastasia retelling. But it’s been told time and time again. But Ashley has put her own slant to it and brought it to space, which I absolutely love!
King of Scars
Yes, I DNFed the book when it came out, but I plan to start reading it again. Leigh’s two YA series are a hit and miss for me, I’ve found. Her voice changes to dramatically, and I wish with this book, hers was similar to her second series.
Sky without Stars
The authors give readers a new take on Les Misérables. And while I’ve never read it nor watched any movies, I’m intrigued by the intergalactic aspect of this book though. So I’m hoping my expectations aren’t disappointed.
Ah, the little Slytherin in me desperately wants to read this book, but I’ve yet to get to Vicious. I know, I know. I’m horrible. But have you seen the number of books I own? But I love rooting for the anti-hero.
I Don’t Own but Have Read
All of these titles I received for reviews, but I haven’t gotten around to purchasing but hope to soon!
An Ember in the Ashes
Hear me out. I’d like for my hardcover collection match. Now, I know I went on a rant about special edition copies. And honestly, if the publisher never switched up the covers, I wouldn’t be here right now. But I’m also interested in the extra content.
Lola blends together witchery with bakery. When I first read it, I had no clue that I’d want to read the sequel. Obviously, I do.
I have not stopped thinking about this book. And even though the series isn’t complete, I’ve been wanting to read the sequels. I stopped liking witch-themed stories, but the author throws in demons and forbidden love, so I’m hooked.