Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish in June of 2010 and was moved to That Artsy Reader Girl in January of 2018. This week is all about the books you want to read this Winter! The timing is perfect, because I just cleared out my Goodreads list, and reorganized my TBR cart, so let’s go!
I requested an eARC of Hunting Annabelle by Wendy Heard from Netgalley. I don’t reach for crime/thrillers a ton, but this one drew me in. I’m really glad I gave it a chance, I found it really thought-provoking and compelling. Read on to find out what I liked about this twisty-turny book.
As I look forward to a new year, I can’t help but think of what I’m going to read next year! Though I have a lot of books already in mind, I thought it would be prudent to eliminate some books from my TBR as well. So these books are going away for the foreseeable future! Let me know if you think I’ve made any mistakes. xD
I haven’t been able to do a lot since I started my blog but I LOVE readathons. Some of my favorites are 24 in 48, Tome Topple, Spookathon, and of course 25 in 5. The goal of this readathon is to read for 25 hours total over the course of 5 days. I have yet to actually achieve this and I have some pretty major work and life goals to accomplish amidst the readathon, so wish me luck! Read on to see my TBR for the week.
I requested an arc of Wicked Saints for review from St. Martins Press and they graciously offered me the chance to read it and provide feedback. I was so excited when I got this eARC in my inbox. I know it doesn’t hit shelves until April, but I simply couldn’t wait. I gave it 5 stars, so if you are looking for a few reasons to add it to your 2019 TBR read on!
Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish in June of 2010 and was moved to That Artsy Reader Girl in January of 2018. It was born of a love of lists, a love of books, and a desire to bring bookish friends together. I was considering skipping this week, I’m pretty busy at work and I’m getting ready to travel back to the west coast but this prompt calls to me. Finding excellent strong platonic relationships in books is my favorite, so here we go!