Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted at That Artsy Reader Girl. This week’s theme was books on my winter 2018/19 TBR. These quarterly posts are my favorite to post: not only because I love to peek at what’s being published in the next few months, but also because I love the structure this kind of TBR provides. (Even though I almost never follow my own choices!)
Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted at That Artsy Reader Girl. This week’s theme was a freebie, so I decided to focus on books on my TBR which feature sexy times* (which is itself a take on the freebie prompt from February 12th). Because there’s nothing that screams “Winter Read” to me more than something I want to devour while wrapped up on the couch, here’s to unabashedly loving books that don’t fade to black.
*I am aware that, except for The Kiss Quotient, all of these are male/female romances featuring white protagonists. I am sorry. Please enjoy the abs.)
Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted at That Artsy Reader Girl. This week’s theme was backlist books I want to read. Because I have so many books on my TBR (seriously SO MANY), I decided to showcase 2017 titles that I actually put on my list pre-publication… and yet I still haven’t read them.🤦♀️
I knew The Proposalby Jasmine Guillory was going to be a fun, contemporary romance but boy did I NOT expect Guillory’s ability to write. Her characters are fully-fleshed, the plot flies, and everyone just happens to be non-white and non-hetero. (Woot.) Here’s to hoping I love The Wedding Date just as much!
Y’ALL. I binged the first two seasons of The Good Place in four days then sat on my couch and plaintively asked, “What do I do now?” out loud once I’d finished. The third season feels ~different somehow, but I can’t figure out if it’s because the crew is SPOILER[on earth] or because I’m not watching six episodes in a row on my iPad under a blanket. I have thought many times about rewatching the first two seasons because I loved them so much.
Stuff I Added to My Queue
Honestly, I have no idea where I first encountered Can You Tolerate This?by Ashleigh Young (maybe on Lit Hub?), but I absolutely love the cover and the summary kind of hits all my buttons, too.
A fellow librarian purchased Adib Khorram’s Darius the Great Is Not Okay for the young adult collection, and the cover intrigued me so much that I felt compelled to read the summary… and that sounded so interesting that I added it to my TBR. #whoops
I will pretty much look into anything that mentions time travel, but not all time travel books are the same. Here and Now and Then by Mike Chen has so many different parts to it that I can’t wait to figure out how they all fit. PLUS it’s set in the ’90s. AND I love that cover.
What If It’s Us by Becky Albertalli and Adam Silvera seems to be inspiring both great and terrible reviews, but I adored Love,Simon and have They Both Die at the End on my TBR, so I couldn’t pass up the opportunity for a teenage romcom featuring two guys. (AND THAT COVER.)
On My Radar
I made myself a blog calendar via Google Sheets to better organize the content I want to include on thewasofshall – very heavily influenced by Shealea over at That Bookshelf Bitch btw – and it’s either going to make me extra a+ organized or super overwhelmed.
I got so many books this month that I have enough for another book haul video!
Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted at That Artsy Reader Girl. This week’s theme was a Halloween-themed freebie, so I decided to round up horror novels on my TBR. Because I apparently have more than ten (who knew?!), here are fifteen of the most ghoulish, creepy novels I have yet to read. 👻🎃
Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted at That Artsy Reader Girl. This week’s theme was books on my falltbr! I couldn’t quite narrow down my list to ten, so below are thirteen books I hope to read in the next thirteen weeks.