March 12, 2013

Top Ten Tuesday: The 10 Books on the TOP of my Spring TBR List



1. Release by Nicole Hadaway

2. Jane by Robin Maxwell

3. The Conduit by Stacey Rourke

4. Beautiful Creatures by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl

5. Mortal Obligation (The Dark Betrayal Triology #1) by Nichole Chase

6. If Life is a Bowl of Cherries, What Am I Doing in the Pits? by Erma Bombeck

7. While We Were Watching Downton Abbey by Wendy Wax

8. Prisoner B-3087 by Alan Gratz

9. Why We Write by Meredith Maran

10. Surrender by Rhiannon Paille

       

       

15 comments:

  1. The Erma Bombeck book should be loads of fun!

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    1. I know! Not that I want a sad moment to happen, but if one does that is exactly when I will be sure to pick that one up!

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  2. I do love book lists! I promised a friend I would read Beautiful Creatures soon, so I imagine I should make that happen.

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  3. I read If Life is a Bowl of Cherries years ago, it was loads of fun! I hope you enjoy it. Why We Write is on my list of books to get, I'm so anxious to read it. I hope you enjoy it, and all your books. Do you find making a top 10 list every week or month is helping you to get to them?

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    1. I don't make them often but when I do, yes. It somehow makes me feel more accountable if that makes sense.

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  4. I've read Beautiful Creatures and Mortal Obligation and really liked both of them. I actually preferred Mortal Obligation a little more than Beautiful Creatures, but that may just be my preference towards self-pubbed authors. Surrender is on my TBR list!

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    1. Oooh, interesting. I will have to see if I agree! :D

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  5. I really, really want to read Beautiful Creatures!!

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    1. We're gonna have to have a Beautiful Creatures readalong or something!

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  6. Thanks for including pictures! I'm really excited for the Downton Abbey book-it's so interesting how that show has permeated our culture so much as to inspire a book about a group of people who love watching it.

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    1. I know! How cool is that? I think I read somewhere that the BBC was shocked America has fallen in love with the show.

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  8. I'm trying to figure out if I'm missing out on something since everyone but me seems to love YA. Of course, I feel alone in my dislike of all things Jane Austen too.

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  9. I think everyone has an area where they feel everyone loves something while they just don't get it. That area for me is contemporary fiction. It has to be really, really well done or I find it super boring. I have no interest in escaping into a book to discover a world that my neighbor lives, unless said neighbor is like a Mormon or a serial killer or something.

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