Hi everyone! I hope you’ve all had a good week since I last did one of these, once again, it’s been a rather quiet week for me, I’m still plugging away on my Journalism project, but I finished the project proposal yesterday and I’ve sent my ethics forms off to my supervisor for checking, so that’s two massive weights off my shoulders.
Anyway, as it’s Tuesday, that means another Top Ten Tuesday, courtesy of Jana over at That Artsy Reader Girl. This week we’re talking Ten Most Recent Additions To My TBR, but I have a small caveat before I start. Obviously being a book blogger, I am adding unreleased books with no given release date or title all the time, so I won’t just be picking the first ten books of my Goodreads TBR, every books I include on here will have both a title and a release date, just so you aren’t reading a whole list full of untitled books hat I don’t have information for yet! So here we go, ten books I recently added to my TBR:
- Bedlam (Skulduggery Pleasant #12)-Derek Landy
There’s no real info available for this one, but it comes out in May and given that awesome title and the fact that it’s another book in the Skulduggery Pleasant series, makes me pretty sure that it’s going to be amazing.
2. Dry-Neal and Jarrod Shusterman
I wasn’t actually intending on reading this book at first, but after seeing so many bloggers rave about it after it’s release date and the fact that I do love Neal Shusterman’s writing, I’ve decided to give this collab with his son a chance, I haven’t read a good dystopia in a while, and Neal Shusterman has yet to disappoint, so hopefully I will enjoy it.
3. A Good Girl’s Guide To Murder-Holly Jackson
I mean I don’t know much about this book, other than the fact that it’s about murder and it’s out in May but that’s enough for me to want to read it. I love murder mysteries, so I’m excited to see how things in this one turn out.
4. You Owe Me a Murder-Eileen Cook
I keep meaning to read one of Eileen Cook’s books and I never get around to it. Maybe her newest release, coming out in March will finally be the one (though I did get denied for it on Netgalley). The idea of being blackmailed into murder is really cool, so I’m interested to see how things unfold in this one.
5. Only Ashes Remain-Rebecca Schaeffer
Okay, so technically, I haven’t read the first book in this series yet, but I’m pretty certain I’m going to love it, everything I’ve heard about it screams that I’m going to love it, so I preemptively added the sequel to my TBR. Sue me.
6. How I Became A Spy: A Mystery of WWII London-Deborah Hopkinson
I don’t read middle grade all that often anymore (Rick Riordan not withstanding) but this middle grade book just sounded so great and I do love a good spy story, so if I can find this one in the UK, I’ll definitely be picking it up.
7. Into The Crooked Place-Alexandra Christo
Alexandra Christo’s new book is all about criminals destroying their boss after they discover that he’s up to something shady and that book sounds so totally me that I cannot wait till October to get my hands on it!
8. Sorcery of Thorns-Margaret Rogerson
Everything about this book screams that I need it, it has sorcerors, and libraries and honestly, I really need nothing else from my books. In all seriousness though, the blurb for this book sounds great and I will definitely be trying to get my hands on it when it comes out in the UK.
9. A Kingdom For A Stage-Heidi Heilig
There’s not much information for this one yet, but I know it’s released in October and it’s the sequel to For A Muse of Fire, which I really enjoyed last year, so I will definitely be getting my hands on this one when it comes out!
10. The Dead Queen’s Club-Hannah Capin
This one is out today! Annoyingly, my preorder for some reason won’t be arriving until next month, but I digress. Anyway, it’s a contemporary retelling of Henry VIII and his six wives (girlfriends) and I cannot wait to see how Hannah Capin tackles that story and makes it her own.
So there you go, those are ten releases that I have somewhat recently added to my TBR (all the most recent additions were untitled and/or without release dates!). Were any of these on your lists? What were the most recent books you added to your TBR? Let me know in the comments!
I will be back next week with a new TTT, this time we’re talking Upcoming Releases That We’re On The Fence About, now I’m not really sure if I have any of these, but I’ll have a think and if I don’t, I’ll still be back next week, just with a different topic. In the meantime, I should have a Jo Talks post, a review of Ruin and Rising and my first #RockMyTBR update of the year coming soon, so plenty to keep you guys occupied!