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    Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Books By My Favourite Authors That I Still Haven’t Read

    Like I’ve stated before, I’m not going to go above and beyond with these kinds of posts. I won’t post a picture for every book listed but I will link it to Goodreads. With that being said, here are some books by some of my favorite authors that I haven’t read yet. A Court Of Frost And Starlight by Sarah J. Maas: I’m not sure why I didn’t pick this book up as soon as it was delivered. I’m scared to read it, honestly. I’ve read some mixed reviews and it makes me nervous about this book. Slammed by Colleen Hoover: I haven’t read this trilogy yet. I’m always a…

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    Top Ten Tuesday: Books To Pull You Out Of A Reading Slump

    For me, short contemporaries will take me out of a reading slump. If I read a really long fantasy, like I’m about to do, I always go to a short contemporary afterward. I always have to sit and think about fantasy books after I finish them and they always make me stop reading. I feel like something short and sweet will get me in the mood to read again. Which is why I normally tend to switch off reading fantasy and contemporary or romance. This list is going to contain all books that I have read and that have taken me out of a reading slump. I hope you guys…

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    Top Ten Tuesday: Favorite Book Blogs/Bookish Websites

    I’m really going to just make this into a list. I shouldn’t have to tell anyone why I love these bloggers or websites. I’m sure if you visit each page, you will see why I love them. 1. Goodreads 2. Howling Libraries 3. YA Books Central 4. Hammock Of Books 5. Reading Every Night 6. Bookishly Rebecca 7. Vilma Iris 8. Books, Life, and Other Oddities 9. A Kernal of Nonsense 10. Brin’s Book Blog Be sure to check out everyone listed. They are all amazing bloggers/websites. 

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    Top Ten Tuesday: Books You’d Mash Together

    This week’s topic is a hard one. I’m not entirely sure I’m going to come up with a lot of books to mash together. I’m going to do my best! Mashing up books sounds fun! I’m pretty sure this was the obvious one. I would love for a mash up with these series. I’m still hoping that Maas does something with this. I need a mash up or even a character showing up randomly. I need it. Please make it happen. I think that I would have loved for Matt from A Short History Of The Girl Next Door to do the things that Tess did in Things I’m Seeing…

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    Top Ten Tuesday: Summer TBR

    The original topic for this week is: Series I’ve Given Up On/Don’t Plan To Finish. Currently, I have either finished all the series I’ve started or still plan to finish them. I hate giving up on series, I have to finish it until the very end! I don’t normally do TBR’s because I let a randomizer choose what I’m going to read. So I’m going to list ten books that I want to read and hope they get chosen in my app! I only chose three because I’m kind of in a time crunch and I gotta get going! Bad Romance by Heather Demetrios I just purchased this book through…

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    Top Ten Tuesday: Books I Decided To DNF

    I’m hardly ever one to put down a book and never pick it up again. There’s really only one that I have and I’m honestly thinking about giving it a go again. That book is Chasing Red by Isabelle Ronin. I just don’t know why I didn’t care for that book but I’ve heard nothing but good things about it! Maybe I should pick it up again?

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    Top Ten Tuesday: Bookish Worlds I’d Want To/Never Live In

    We all know there are so many different worlds in this bookish community. It’s really just a matter of which of those worlds you like enough to live in. I think this is a topic I can give a decent list for. I’m just going to list them off and leave everything for discussion in the comments. Let me know if you have different worlds! Bookish Worlds I’d Want To Live In 1. A Court Of Mist And Fury by Sarah J. Maas (Velaris) 2. Harry Potter by J.K. Rowling (Hogwarts) 3. The Cruel Prince by Holly Black 4. Lord Of The Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien (The Shire) 5. The…

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    Top Ten Tuesday: Books I’d Slay A Lion To Get Early

    There’s only a few books that I would love to get my hands on early. I don’t really follow new releases, unless it’s by an author that I love. This list is going to be extremely short. I only know of three books coming out >.< A Court Of Frost And Starlight Even though this book is out today, I wish I could have had it earlier. I’ve been dying for this book! All Your Perfects I will never not be excited for a Colleen Hoover book. I’m super excited to get my hands on this. Little Do We Know I read Every Last Word last year and I really…

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    Top Ten Tuesday: Books On My Spring TBR

    As you all know, I don’t really plan TBR’s. There’s only one book I can think of for this topic. A Court Of Frost And Starlight by Sarah J. Maas. I’m sure you all knew that by now. I’m also not really in the mood to make a really long post about ten books I want to read. Today is the year anniversary of losing my grandmother and I’m spending the day with my grandpa and my aunt and I could care less about making a super long post. I hope you all have a wonderful day.

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    Top Ten Tuesday: Books That Surprised Me

    This list was a little hard to do. Hence why I only have eight books instead of ten. Some of these surprises are good, some are bad. I’ll go into more detail with each book listed. What books surprised you? We Were Liars E. Lockhart So I’m sure I’m one of the few who really disliked this book. I was so surprised that I didn’t like it. I figured out the plot twist early in the story. I just didn’t really feel this book and it’s writing style. Even though I disliked this book, I’m pretty sure I would give E. Lockhart another chance. A Court Of Thorns And Roses…