Top Ten Tuesday | On a Whim
Hello, happy readers! Here we go with another new week, and the start of a new week full of blogging (this week that is going to be true as I have two committed posts and plans for at least one other). As we come off of Armchair BEA (who else joined in that bit of fun?), I’m excited to join another Top Ten Tuesday meme.
As years have been added to my blogger tally, I’ve learned
many a thing about my reading habits and life. One of the most important in my increasingly
prolific (my type-A-must-post-something-three-to-four-times-a-week self is showing
here) book blogging life has taught me is this: know what you like.
could talk more about at greater length. However, perhaps that is something best
saved and further explored in a topic
post. Today, we’re here for Top Ten Tuesday fun.
when you love a book, we shouldn’t apologize for giving them too many
shout-outs, right? #BookNerdProblems Some of these I picked up “on a whim,” but also knew something
about them because of amazing book blogger friends nudging me towards them. Either
way, I hope you spot some favorite reads or maybe even some new novels to
enjoy. Most of them may have begun as “whim” reads, but they have since become
treasured favorites. With exception to one or two on this list that, well, were
plan is to enjoy a reread. Amazon |
by Keira Cass | If I had to wager a guess, I’d say the cover of this novel pulled
me in. After that, there was no way I wouldn’t be reading this one. The inside
is just as lovely as the outside. Now, I simply must finish the series! Amazon
by Julianna Deering | Love (lovelove) Julianna Deering’s sassy and perfect atmospheric historical series. It’s crazy good, and of course, the hero, Drew, is unforgettable. Amazon | Goodreads
5. Where the Stars Still Shine by Trish Dollar | This is one of the books that did not become a
favorite. In fact, I put it aside it was so not a “me” kind of read, and haven’t
gone back since. Still, that cover is gorgeous! Amazon | Goodreads
6. These Broken Stars by Amie Kaufman and Meagan Spooner | This was another “give me the pretty” book purchase. But it wound up being a good one. The story is intriguing and since reading it, I’m constantly reminded that I’m still in need of reading its companion novels. Amazon | Goodreads
by Hillary Manton Lodge | This is one beautiful novel; anyone who likes contemporary fiction simply must read it. I don’t think you’ll regret it. Amazon | Goodreads
Michelle Madow | Read this one because I really liked the authors
journey-to-publishing story plus it was inspired by Taylor Swift’s ‘Love Story.’
Yep, that was all the incentive I needed. Amazon | Goodreads
pick up on a whim: did you end up loving or loathing them? Comment down below
with YOUR thoughts on this week’s Top Ten Tuesday.
for visiting Finding Wonderland. You’re most welcome.