Top Ten Tuesday | The Books I *Want* To Re-Read (Like, FORever). But Won’t. Because Toppling TBR
Top Ten Tuesday | The Books I *Want* To Re-Read (Like,
FORever). But Won’t. Because Toppling TBR
smashing start. The calendar says it’s Tuesday which can mean only one thing:
it’s time for an all-new edition of Top Ten Tuesday. Here’s our subject.
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I’d like to re-read. Ideally, there
are books I could re-read immediately upon their last page (though these are
rare). But here’s the other thing. I don’t have time to re-read books. My current-still-unread-books aka TBR keeps me far too busy. No matter how
much I wish to re-read nostalgic (or newer) favorites, I simply can’t. Right now.
on my shelf or that I don’t pull them out and gaze at their loveliness (I
promise, I don’t do this on a regular basis). Plus, though I may not crack
their pages a second time (never say never), I do enjoy featuring them in
different ways; such as lists like today.
that fit the topic) I’d love to re-read (in a perfect world), and why they’ve
earned that “keeper” spot on overflowing bookshelves. (Because of the subject,
you’re likely to see lots of repeats and ahem
favored authors below. Forgive the bookworm enthusiasm.)
in so many ways, this novel isn’t afraid to tackle the brokenness of
characters, and the results are gorgeous. Amazon | Goodreads
actually do plan on re-reading in this month. Not only is this a must because I
did adore the story (I’m not a “royal” aficionado when it comes to the royal
family, but I do love fairy tale romances), but also because – listen up fellow
Hallmark lovers, the Hallmark Channel is adapting this one as a film. *squee*
How excited am I? Very. Amazon |
it’s perfection. ‘Nuff said. Amazon | Goodreads
books – or perhaps the first one, I ever received from a publisher’s review
program. At the time I started reviewing books, I was also in a pattern where I
read very little. Because of this, this novel is nostalgic catnip to me, plus
it also reminded me how much I love reading – and in this genre particularly.
Amazon | Goodreads
the talented Katherine Reay’s first novel, but it’s a beauty. So much good in
this wonderful story. Contrary to its title, it is not a re-telling of Emma (Jane Austen), but is instead its
own unique story that uses literary references and moments to strengthen its
pages. Amazon | Goodreads
book I was thinking of when I reference “one of the very first books.” This one
also falls into that category, and like Dani’s, this one reminded me how much I
adore Contemporary Romance, and is really what reignited my love of the genre.
To this day, contemporary remains my favorite. Amazon | Goodreads
admiration for this story. Yes, it’s a contemporary romance that’s as darling
as its cover art suggests, but it also deals with tough issues and doesn’t shy
away from a realistic ending (rather than a fairy tale one). Amazon | Goodreads
each list I create, this one isn’t all inclusive (there are so many more I could feature), but it’s
a great line up of amazing stories across various genres.
these? If so, did you like or dislike them? Comment with all the bookish talk
below, and if you leave your Top Ten Tuesday (or blog!) links below, I’d love
to swing by and visit. It may take me the week, but I will be by.