This is a meme from The Broke and the Bookish. For info about the topics and how to participate, click here.IT HAS FINALLY HAPPENED. I AM 10 FOR 10 ON MY WINTER TBR LIST.
Now let’s see if we can do that again. I’m going to be a bit ambitious, but… we’ll see.
1. Free to Fall by Lauren Miller
asdfjkl; words cannot explain. I adore Parallel and this sounds absolutely FABULOUS. Lauren said it would be on Edelweiss but no luck as of yet. *whimpers* I might be checking that obsessively every single day. Just maybe.
2. Eon by Alison Goodman
This is our April book club pick! I’m super excited about that, because I’ve had this on my shelf since September or so, I believe, but due to its chunkiness, I keep putting it off. But anyway, dragons, Asian settings, genderbending, this’ll be good.
3. The Art of Lainey by Paula Stokes
I hauled this a while back because the author asked me personally to review it and HELL YES I’m so excited for this. Early reviews are promising that this will be the light, fluffy and awesome kind of contemporary I usually love.
4. Otherbound by Corinne Duyvis
This was in my most recent haul! I’m so excited for this. The author is Dutch, it’s a fantasy set in dual worlds: contemporary US and a fantasy world loosely inspired by the Netherlands. There’s LGBT, diversity, and just all around yes.
5. Epic Fail by Claire LaZebnik
I’m going to buddy read this HOPEFULLY SOON with Christina and wheeeeeee. Apparently if it goes badly I’ll become a stabbity orange. *snickers*
6. Hourglass by Myra McEntire
Young adult time traveling for fans of Doctor Who? My body is ready.
7. Graceling by Kristin Cashore
It is time. As a fantasy fan, I can’t imagine this going badly. But we’ll see.
8. Don’t Call Me Baby by Gwendolyn Heasley
This is a review book, but one that I’m super excited for. It recently got a book trailer and my excitement was reignited. Any book related to blogging I will eat up.
9. Emma by Jane Austen
This is this month’s book club book. Yeah, I know. We’re having a classic month, which is probably a bit of a risk, but whatever. I suggested Emma so then I can finally watch Emma Approved. I need to get a move on though. Austen is not exactly a walk in the park for me.
10. A Game of Thrones by George R.R. Martin
Yes. I’m finally going to try. I’ve been rewatching the series for the past few weeks and unf I just love it so much. So I have a new motivation and a plan of how to space this out so it doesn’t completely consume my reading life. We will see how it goes.