Good morning peeps! So, on this nice spring day it’s time for Top Ten Tuesday hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. Today’s topic is Top Ten Books On My Spring To-Read List. Let’s hop right in, shall we?
1. Bitterblue by Kristin Cashore – Comes out May 1st! I CANNOT WAIT to read this. I absolutely love Graceling and Fire and have been looking forward to this for ages.
2. Starters by Lissa Price – If for no other reason than the awesome cover. This seems like it be the next big thing in YA.
3. A Night Like This by Julia Quinn – The newest Julia Quinn comes out on May 29th! This is part of the Smythe-Smith Quartet of novels, and I loved the first one.
4. Sacre Bleu by Christopher Moore - One of the most hilarious authors ever is coming out with this new novel on April 3rd!
5. The Woman in White by Wilkie Collins - Alice at Reading Rambo is hosting a readalong for this book in April! Looking forward to the discussions and stuff Click the link if you want to sign up.
6. American Gods by Neil Gaiman - And Jenn at Booksessed is holding a readalong fort this in May! I’m really looking forward to the discussions on this one, because the subject matter should lead to lots of good stuff. Click the link to sign up!
7. Aloha From Hell by Richard Kadrey - This is the third (and possibly last?) Sandman Slim novel, and the honeyman and I really want to read it. We are however kind of cheap and don’t want to buy the hardcover, so hopefully I can get a copy from the library soon.
8. The Fellowship of the Ring (Lord of the Rings #1) by J.R.R. Tolkien - I really this it’s about time I finally read this massively popular series, don’t you agree?
9. October the First is Too Late by Fred Hoyle – This sci-fi book was written in 1966, and it’s written by a scientist. It’s about how time doesn’t really go from the past to the future – time exists all at once, WE move through it in one direction. It sounds really good and it’s only 175 pages, so I can’t wait to try it out.
10. Q is for Quantum by John Gribbin - This is just one of many books by scientist John Gribbin that I want to read, but I think I’m going to work on getting my hands on this one next.
So that’s my ten! A nice mix of new releases and older books, I think. What’s on your list?