Top (Nine) Books on my Summer Reading List
Another week has passed. It's been quiet around here, but that's okay because the blogging world in general is quiet these days. Since today is Tuesday that means we're getting a new week of content started with the ever popular meme, Top Ten Tuesday. I hardly ever get the books read on my "season" TBR's that I lay out. But who cares, right!? It's fun to put together nevertheless. My spring TBR was over ambitious so I thought with the start of a new season, I'd dial that ambition back and came up with nine books. In reality I do have a couple of review books I have in my possession that I should read this summer as well, but I mostly compiled books on my shelf or books I will pick up to read. Why? Because sometimes that's more fun.
I've also chosen different books than what I talked about on last week's TTT because, while yes, I will so want to read them, it seemed best to go for some different titles. With that in mind, some of those books will likely also be getting a read this summer - or those that release over the next couple months will. Let's get things started.
Broke and Bookish topic for June 16th
Top Ten Books On My TBR For Summer 2015
1.) The Queen of Bright and Shiny Things, by Ann Aguirre
After some reading about this new book from Ann, I got this one from an Amazon seller. It looks so pretty... and good.
2.) Red Queen, by Victoria Aveyard
It looks and sounds amazing. Why wouldn't I want to read this pretty!?
3.) Royal Wedding, by Meg Cabot
I'm sensing a theme with these first three titles.
4.) Rook, by Sharon Cameron
This books sounds amazing... plus I just got a copy from my Amazon preorder.
5.) All Fall Down, by Ally Carter
This may have released way back (January), but it seems like a really good summer read.
6.) The Heir, by Kiera Cass
Guess I really should have put The One on here since I have to read that before getting to this pretty.
7.) Shades of Doon, by Carey Corp and Lorie Langdon
Returning to Doon with two besties? What could be better summer reading!?
8.) Married 'Til Monday, by Denise Hunter
Love Denise's books. This is going to be one of my next two reads (late though it is).
9.) Center of Gravity, by Laura McNeil
To be honest, this is the book I know least about, however it sounds really interesting.
Ps; I like this cover (pictured) way better than the newbie one showing.
How about you?
Another Tuesday, another list. Those are my summer reading hopefuls.
What about you? Which books are you planning to read this summer?
Share any bookish thoughts you have - and as always, let me know if you joined in the meme!