Hello, everyone and welcome again to another addition of a popular meme. We have Top Ten Tuesday January 22 edition today. An edition you’ll note continues the 2018 lists its co-creator lays out for us!
That Artsy Reader Girl | January 22: Books I Meant to Read In 2018 but Didn’t Get To
So, here we go. While another fun topic (it’s rare that one of these isn’t so), it’s also a little bit depressing since I realized something when putting this list together. I will forever and always carry around a list of books-I-meant-to-read-in-[fill in the blank year]. But it’s the start of a new 365 days, and therefore more opportunity to read more amazing books.
At least this is what I tell myself.
Let’s have a look-see at said books on my shameful list of should-have-read-titles.
Top Ten Tuesday January 22: Books I Meant to Read In 2018 but Didn’t Get To
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1: Alex Approximately and/or Starry Eyes by Jenn Bennett | Jenn’s books have book on my bookish radar for a long time. Alas, despite all the good hype, I’ve yet to read anything by her! Must remedy this soon. ‘Alex’: Amazon | Goodreads ● ‘Starry’: Amazon | Goodreads
2: I Believe in a Thing Called Love by Maurene Goo | Last year I read Maurene’s The Way You Make Me Feel, and though it wasn’t exactly what I anticipated it being, it’s cute. Certainly something that makes me want to read MORE by her. Amazon | Goodreads
5: On Love’s Gentle Shores by Liz Johnson | Liz’s books are equal parts charm (the setting though!) and romantic, which is why it’s a puzzle to me as to why I’ve yet to read this third PEI book. Amazon | Goodreads
7: Murder at the Flamingo and/or The White Feather Murders by Rachel McMillan | Anytime Rachel releases a new mystery, you’re guaranteed a fun time. ‘Flamingo’: Amazon | Goodreads ● ‘Feather’: Amazon | Goodreads
*video publishes Tuesday afternoon; channel linked aboveTalking about books I meant to read last year (aka the problem we #bookworms have at the end of each year!) Ten Books I Really Wanted to Read Last Year | #TopTenTuesday Click To Tweet
Tell me, what books did you feature today? What books on your shelf did you 100% mean to read last year, but alas, didn’t? How do you deal with multiple-years-past unread books? Comment down below with all of your thoughts – and don’t forget to leave your blog or Top Ten Tuesday list link. I’d love to circle back to your bookish space.
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