Hey, fellow readers and friends. Today we get to talk about a subject I’m quite happy about: a favorite genre! That’s a topic I’ll never tire of. The official Top Ten Tuesday June 4 topic reads as follows:
That Artsy Reader Girl | June 4: Books From My Favorite Genre (You pick the genre, and give us your ten faves.)
I feel as if I talk about my favorites ALL THE TIME. Not that this is bad because, well, that’s in part what’s great about the bookworm community. (We all relate, right!!) Still, I decided to share ten books from my favorite genre (because I’m simple and love contemporary) that I have a: not yet read and b: own. The answer as to “why” is anyone’s guess. (Also, yes, there are a million and one others that could be on this list too.)
Here we go. Today Finding Wonderland presents Ten Novels from My Favorite Genre that I haven’t read.
Top Ten Tuesday June 4
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1: A Billion Reasons Why by Kristin Billerbeck | I added this one because I was sure I hadn’t read it, but then, the other day, I looked at my copy and the spine IS creased, so… maybe I DID read it? I’m confused. Amazon | Goodreads
2: A Study in Charlotte by Brittany Cavallaro | Why I haven’t read this one, I cannot explain. I own it and the sequel, and as a Sherlock adaptation fan, I should have already discovered this one. Amazon | Goodreads
3: The Inn at Ocean’s Edge by Colleen Coble | Like so many authors on this list, Colleen is an author I used to keep current with. Now, I’ve fallen behind and I haven’t read one of her books in far too long. Amazon | Goodreads
4: So Not Happening by Jenny B. Jones | Why I haven’t read these books, I cannot answer! I adore Jenny’s unique humor, and now that she’s re-released these in shiny new covers (which I’m buying as paperbacks appear), there’s no legit reason NOT to read them. Amazon | Goodreads
5: Diamonds are Forever by Michelle Madow | This series is far from a favorite, but I did read the first two books, so I’d like to finish the series (plus it is IN my favorite genre). Likely I have long since forgotten all the drama that goes on, but again… I have book three, so I do want to read it. Amazon | Goodreads
7: Save the Date by Morgan Matson | I cannot believe I’ve yet to read another novel by Morgan Matson (read Amy and Roger’s Epic Detour by her). This one has mixed reviews, but I still think it sounds fun! Amazon | Goodreads
8: Austenland by Shannon Hale | Not sure I’d get through this since I’ve seen the film, but I 100% love this story (and movie!!), so I’d like to give it a chance to charm me. PLUS, it’s super short, so… there’s that. Amazon | Goodreads • You can rent or buy Austenland digitally on Amazon Video.
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Turning it over to you; how did you spin this week’s topic? What genre is your favorite? Did you feature those you’ve read within a genre or those you want to? Comment all the thoughts down below! If you joined Top Ten Tuesday – or have a blog, please introduce yourself below. I’d be glad to visit your bookish spaces, too.
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