Top Ten Tuesday

Top Ten Tuesday Turns 10!!

Happy Birthday TTT!! I have loved participating in TTT since 2017 when I started my blog. Thank you  That Artsy Reader Girl for hosting every week and I look forward to many more years to come!

To celebrate TTT’s birthday I will be listing the top ten books that have been on my Goodreads “Want To Read” list the longest and I will revisit my very first TTT.

Books On My Goodreads “Want To Read” List the Longest…

Those Who Save Us by Jenna Blum

The Perfume Collector by Kathleen Tessaro

The Homecoming of Samuel Lake by Jenny Wingfield

Into The Woods (Dublin Murder Squad, #1) by Tana French

Into the Light (Light, #1) by Aleatha Romig

The Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane by Lisa See

The Leavers by Lisa Ko

The Stolen Child by Sanjida Kay

The Choices We Make by Karma Brown

Murder on Astor Place (Gaslight Mystery, #1) by Victoria Thompson

Where do you think I should start on my backlist?

My First TTT…

This is my very first TTT post. It was made on May 30, 2017. The topic was Most Anticipated Books for the Second Half of 2017

The books…

Fun book facts –

My favorite book was Final Girls by Riley Sager.

The Good Daughter by Karin Slaughter was my first book by this amazing author! Since this post I have made my way though both the Grant Count and Will Trent series!

He Said/She Said by Erin Kelly was one of the two books that I did not read. I remember trying He Said/She Said and had trouble getting into it at the time and have since removed it from my TBR list.

The Girl Who Takes an Eye for an Eye by Stieg Larsson is still hanging out on my TBR list and now I am two books behind in this series!

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Thank you for visiting and happy reading!

17 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday Turns 10!!

  1. It’s fun to see the books you were excited about years ago! I agree that Karin Slaughter book was a good one. I love her Will Trent series. I liked, but didn’t love, He Said/She Said and don’t think you’re really missing anything by skipping it.

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  2. I can’t remember if we ever talked about Tana French, but I love her! I hope you read the book you’ve got listed in your “need to read” section soon. Would love to hear what you think! 😊


  3. I think it’s funny that from your 2017 post, Little Fires Everywhere blew up into a such a widely read phenomenon, yet I’ve never even heard of any of the others, despite several recognizable authors. Did you suspect that was going to be the superstar it was? (or did more of these take off and I’m simply out of the loop?)

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