It’s always fun to take a look at the recent additions to one’s bookshelf, because quite frankly, if you’re anything like me, you do forget what you add. In this way, it's kind of like we can go shopping on our own bookshelf. Today the Top Ten Tuesday prompt gives allows us to do just this.

Broke and Bookish November 8th Prompt
Ten Books I've Added To My To-Be-Read List
- Broke and Bookish

I feel like most if not all of these have been featured on any number of my recent Top Ten Tuesday posts. But in keeping to today’s prompt these also happen to be the most recent additions to my shelf. There is an interesting mix of genres, and obviously, I’m curious on some level about these stories or I wouldn’t have picked the book up. Now the question is which to read first!?

 BOOKTUBE | Recent TBR Additions 


Some of these I bought others publishers kindly sent (thank you, Blink!).  Either way, I have high hopes for these and am anticipating the thrill and possibly of discovering a new favorite to be kept on my keeper shelf. Here is how my “research” for this blog post turned out.


1. The Problem with Forever by Jennifer L. Armentrout | See what I mean? This is one I’ve recently featured, but well, it also fit with today’s prompt, so on the list it jumped. Amazon | Goodreads


2. What Light by Jay Asher | This is one that released only a couple of weeks ago and I forgot to haul in my October book haul video. It’s a Christmas story, so I’m hoping I’ll have a chance to read it in the next month or so. Have you read any of Jay’s books? (I hear good things!) Amazon | Goodreads


3. Everneath by Brodi Ashton | I did remember to haul this one in my October Book Haul Video, and am curious about it. I really enjoyed Brodi’s Diplomatic Immunity so I’m excited to read her backlist, despite the drastic genre change. Amazon | Goodreads


4. Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo | I’ll confess, this was a buy driven by its popularity. It showed up everyone on my Instagram or Twitter feed because of the recent release of book two, Crooked Kingdom. Fortunately, I do think the plot sounds really good too, so I’m hoping it’ll be entertaining. Amazon | Goodreads

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5. Can’t Help Falling by Kara Isaac | A contemporary romance with ties to Narnia? Obviously, this was hands down, a must buy. Amazon | Goodreads


6. It Started with Goodbye by Christina June | The publisher, Blink Books (an imprint) kindly sent me this one. I comes out next spring, and though I don’t know a great deal about it (not that I mind), I’m looking forward to reading this one. Amazon | Goodreads


7. Empire of Storms by Sarah J. Maas | I’ve not read any of these books, and still I collect them. The stories and characters sound epic, so I am looking forward to them. First I have to get over their intimidation tactics. Amazon | Goodreads


8. Toward a Secret Sky by Heather Maclean | Again, another book from Blink (thank you) that sounds interesting. Although like ‘Goodbye,’ I don’t know much about this one either. Though to be honest, sometimes it’s best to go into a book “blind.” Amazon | Goodreads


9. Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs | Apart from the recent film adaptation, which I haven’t see save for the trailers, I know zip about this one. Still, I saw it at the store last week and decided to pick up a copy. Chances are I’ll rent the film, so I figured the ideal way to prep for that is to first read the novel. Have any of you read this one? Amazon | Goodreads


10. The Light Between Oceans by M.L. Stedman | Yep, this one is another film adaptation. It looks beautiful, and the cast seems perfect for this kind of period film. Naturally the hope is to read the book and then see the film. Amazon | Goodreads
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What books have you recently added to your TBR? Have you read any of these or do you recommend any of them? Comment down below with your thoughts – and as always, your Top Ten Tuesday blog links. I’m looking forward to chatting all things bookish with you.

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