I discovered this fun blog via Death By Tsundoku Top Ten Tuesday is a meme originated by The Broke and the Bookish now hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. This week the theme is:
This week the theme is: Books On My Spring (Autumn here in NZ) 2018 TBR
I have such a stack! It literally is the spare bedroom which also resembles a used book store. These are the ones that I can’t wait to climb into. Everything is on my Goodreads ‘Want to read’ list because I like to keep track of these things 😀
1: The Wee Free Men (Discworld #30) by Terry Pratchett
Yes I have read this before BUT its one of my favourites and I have just bought all 5 in the series so yes, this is going to be a marathon read 😀 These little blue fella’s are not only rude but they are also hilarious 😀
2: We Have Always Lived in the Castle by Shirley Jackson
I loved The Haunting movie and this book keeps coming up in various things that see. When I found it in the classic section of the local book store recently I just had to bring it home with me.
3: The Woman in Black (The Woman in Black #1) by Susan Hill
Again I loved the movie but in this case I didn’t realise that it was a book. One of the prompts for the Popsugar reading challenge is for a book that was made into a movie so this was an easy select.
4: The Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold
Another book that’s been on my list since I saw the movie and, again, I can use it for a Popsugar prompt. Such a beautiful yet sad movie, I can’t wait to read this.
5: Ready Player One (Ready Player One #1) by Ernest Cline
6: River God (Ancient Egypt #1) by Wilbur Smith
This keeps getting recommended and I keep meaning to read it but I have never quite got there. This year will be its time.
7: Sleeping Beauties by Stephen King (Goodreads Author), Owen King (Goodreads Author)
When I saw this one in a sale I just had to have it. Love a good Stephen King read fest 😀
8: The Princess Bride by William Goldman
I’ve had this one in my ‘to read’ pile for too long. A lot of my reading for this year could be quite hard going or long so this one will be a nice, short change of pace.
9: One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest by Ken Kesey
I’ve wanted to read this for such a long time and I recently picked it up in the classics section of the local book shop. It’s a definite for this years read list.
10: The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas (Goodreads Author)
This one will be my exception to the rule for this year. After reading several really amazing reviews I am itching to read this one but I don’t have it at this time. I will borrow it from the library or grab it via book depository if I have to but I will be reading this one this year.
Well that’s my must read list for the next couple of months. Good thing its coming into winter here. I can cosy up on the couch in front of the fire or soak in the tub and get on with my epic journey’s 🙂
Ka Kete Ano