OK, so here’s the deal. Originally my plan was to skip over this week’s topic. Why? Well, because it’s always so much easier to have a topic given to us. Or that’s my opinion. But then I decided it was too much fun to talk about all the bookish things, so here we go. Another week, another Top Ten Tuesday blog post is ready for all the bookworm fun. Today’s new That Artsy Reader Girl April 17 topic is a Freebie, so we’re sharing series I still haven’t read!
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So, today my topic is kind of boring, but at the same time, it still celebrates books, so what could be better? The specifics of my “freebie” topic are popular series (on my bookshelf) I’ve still not read. These poor book pretties sit patiently on my shelf acting as dust gatherers rather than active stories that come alive when read. But one thing they do accomplish? They look pretty on my bookshelf!
With all that said, here are six series I’ve not read. Let’s take a look.
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1: Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard | Despite the mixed reviews for this series, it’s still one I’d like to read. I have the bind
up novella collection, plus the three full-length novels. Now I have to give the series a chance and see if it’s one I’ll enjoy. Goodreads
2: Prisoner of Night and Fog by Anne Blankman | Though this one technically doesn’t fit today’s freebie prompt (because it’s only a
duo), I included it, so here it is. Plus, it IS a duo I’m really interested in, not only because it sounds unique, but also because it’s in the YA historical genre, which is one I don’t normally read. Goodreads
3: To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before by Jenny Han | Aww, this series sounds SO cute and good and 100% like it’ll be a “me” series. Sadly, I’ve only read about a fourth of the first book (had to put it aside because of review books). But with the film adaptation premiering this summer, now seems as good a time as any to BINGE the series. What are your thoughts? Goodreads
4: Thunder Road by Katie McGarry | Katie is an author whose books I’ve not yet read. But they do sound really compelling and interesting. I own the first two books in this series, so there’s no legit excuse methinks. What’s your favorite novel by Katie? Goodreads
5: Wings of Glory by Sarah Sundin | Sarah’s fiction is historical story magic. I’ve enjoyed each one I’ve read. Only recently did I
finally complete my collection of this harder-to-find (paperback) series, so now I’ve zero reasons not to read this trilogy. A series of novels I suspect is marvelous, as all of her books are. Goodreads
6: Noble Legacy by Susan May Warren | As Susan is another favorite author, I’ve no good answer as to “why” I haven’t read this series. My mother read it and liked it, blogging friends have enjoyed it, plus it sounds like the heroes are pretty darn swoony. Note to self: read the Noble Legacy series! Goodreads
Tell me, which of these have you read or do you want to read? What series are sitting on your shelf that you really want to read? Tell me all about your bookish need-to-read titles! I’d love to chat with you about all the bookish fun.
If you joined today’s meme, make sure and leave your Top Ten Tuesday links below so I can visit – or simply introduce your blog. I’d be glad to visit your bookish spaces.
PS: behind the scenes talk – this post is likely to be all kinds of blogger messy since, at the eleventh hour I changed its title. Question for myself: WHY do you think this is a good idea!? I’ll blame it on my initial thought I was going to skip this week.
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