Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature hosted by The Broke and the Bookish that other bloggers are welcome to join in, to create Top Ten lists on varying topics. This week it’s Top Ten Books I Plan To Have In My Beach Bag This Summer.
by Erika Johansen
So excited for this one, it’s due out this summer and I’ll be recapping the first and reading the second as soon as I possibly can.
by Dianne Duvall
Amazon recommended this to me, it sounded interesting so I pre-ordered it. A scary man and a woman pretending to be an old wise woman? Clearly this will be an adult story, but it sounds thoroughly fascinating to me.
by Moira Young
This is one of my “read it or loose it” books and this summer is when I hope to really dig into them. I have 99 left at the moment but there are so many other books I want to read too. I’ve prioritised them, so that I can read the ones I’ll possibly like more first and that way, the ones I don’t think I’ll like will be the ones I loose, if it comes to it. This one I’ve had since it came out in 2012 and I’ve collected the other two. I don’t want to loose these ones so I’ll hopefully get to them soon.
by Galaxy Craze
I think I’ve had this one since it came out in 2012 too and it’s also on the read it or loose it list, near the top. So hope fully I’ll love it! Dystopian story about the British monarchy, sounds like a must read.
by Sharon Cameron
Another 2012/read it or loose it book. This one seems at least semi Steampunk and I cant wait to read it either! The problem with having so many #1 books on my list is that I’ll want to then read the rest of the series. Luckily this one only has one other book after it! But this could double my read it or loose it list…
by Robin Benway
There’s something about Summer that makes me reach for a romance book. I just love sitting in the sun reading something cute and adorable. I got Emmy and Oliver from Netgalley and can’t wait to get stuck in. A friendship romance? Yes please.
by Cassandra Clare
This may surprise some of you but I haven’t read any of Cassandra Clare’s Mortal Instrument series but it’s definitely on my list to read this year. I have all the books and I hope to read them all one after another!
by Lucy Dillon
I loved Lucy Dillon’s Lost Dogs and Lonely Hearts and this looks to be another heart breaker. I see myself crying when I read this, but I do love a good sob every now and then.
by Raymond E Feist
I have chosen this as my Book Written by an Author With You Same Initials for our 2015 Reading Challenge. (Me being RF now). At 800 pages I’m a little daunted but my Dad really loved it so fingers crossed so will I!
by Stephanie Perkins
I read Anna and the French Kiss a few years ago and loved it so much. I don’t know why I didn’t read this one straight after but I didn’t. I feel It’s definitely time to read the next book in the series now and hopefully Isla and the Happily Ever After too.