Hello and happy Tuesday!
I’m back this week again with another Top 5 Tuesday, I had a lot of fun doing this last week and I’m looking forward to continuing on. Top 5 Tuesday is hosted by Shanah @ Bionic Book!
Last weeks theme was books beginning with A-B-C-D-E and this week we’re continuing on with books that begin with F-G-H-I-K 🙂
(Untitled) Fence Novel by C.S. Pacat & Sarah Rees Brennan
I know I’m cheating cause technically this doesn’t even have a title yet but please just let me be excited about this for a second! This has been added to my Goodreads TBR, its gone top priority for next years Wishlist. I’m so excited and I don’t know why! I’ve literally only read the first volume of the graphic novel but I’m hyped for this novelization.
This already has a publication date for September of next year, whether that date stays the same who knows but either way I have a year to get my arse in gear and catch up with the other volumes.
(The) Ghost Files by Apryl Baker
This book series is a complete guilty pleasure of mine. Its your typical cheesey paranormal story of a girl who can see ghosts except she doesn’t want to see ghosts and she’s different but also just like all the other girls and there’s way too many good looking love interests but I love this series! I’m pretty sure the first book is up for either free of really really cheap on kindle if you want to read it.
Her Royal Highness by Rachel Hawkins
Last week when I saw the theme I wanted to have this read by now so I could talk about it but delivery took too long and I also want to read book 1, Prince Charming, before this so I sadly haven’t gotten around to it yet.
However! I am so excited! LGBT+ Royal love stories are becoming a trend and it’s becoming a trend that I am LIVING FOR! I genuinely can’t wait to pick this book up.
If I Stay by Gayle Forman
If I Stay was literally one of the first YA contemporaries I ever read. I watched the movie with my mum and when I found out it was a duology I needed it in my life. This was round about the time when I was getting into reading and beginning to actually buy books. I’d be interested to read it now to see what my thoughts are but this book is quite special to me for that.
Jerkbait by Mia Siegert
This book has officially become a Wishlist Veteran and by that I mean it’s sat in the Save For Later section of my Amazon cart for literally years now but I still haven’t bought it. Its gotten to the point where I can’t even remember the exact synopsis of this book but I’m still very interested in picking this up.
Again, another really fun theme. I have a lot of time on my hands at the minute so it’s fun going through my books and my tbr and trying to find books with the corelatnig letter. (Does that sound as sad and lonely as I think it does? Probably).
Thankyou for reading 🙂