Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Broke and the Bookish!
This week’s topic is a TTT Freebie, so I decided to give you guys a taste of what’s coming up on the blog! These are the next ten books I’ll be reviewing – roughly. I’m trying to make it through the pile of ARCs I’m behind on, but there’s no telling when a book I have on my actual shelf will call me and then I’ll derail and read that one. But this should give you a general idea!
1. The Boyfriend App by Katie Sise
I’m not sure why I requested this contemporary romance, but it sounds interesting so what the heck? If my calendar goes as expected, this review will be up May 30.
2. Going Vintage by Lindsey Leavitt
I’m excited about this book for multiple reasons. I’ve been tracking it ever since I found it, and Bloomsbury was nice enough to give me and eARC. This review should be up May 31st.
3. Criminal by Terra Elan McVoy
This book seems darker than the stuff I usually read, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing! It’ll be interesting to see how my stomach takes this. 😛 This review should be up June 3rd.
4. City of a Thousand Dolls by Miriam Forster
This actually isn’t an ARC, but rather the next book my book club is doing – it’s my pick, if you couldn’t tell by the ya-ness of it all. I’m really excited for this one. Hopefully it’s going to be good! This review should be up, with the hangout video, on June 5th.
5. Reboot by Amy Tintera
I don’t know if the people who did the covers for Criminal and Reboot know each other, but I’m loving the minimalist colors on black that’s going on. Can’t wait to read this one, with the review going up June 6th.
6. Born of Illusion by Teri Brown
A book set in 1920s New York, all about magicians and mediums? This book promises to be interesting if nothing else! Look for this review about June 7th.
7. Gameboard of the Gods by Richelle Mead
Alright, technically this isn’t a young adult, but it’s RICHELLE MEAD. When it popped up I HAD to request an ARC and then I got it and I’m so happy. Look for this review about June 10th.
8. Transparent by Natalie Whipple
This is a story about an invisible girl. I was sold before I had to read any more of the blurb. This review should be up about June 13th.
9. Dare to You by Katie McGarry
If you read my review of Pushing the Limits, then you know that I have a shameless LOVELOVELOVE for that book. I got an ARC of this one, and I’m crossing my fingers its as good as the first! Look for this review June 14th.
10. Tree of Codes by Jonathan Safran Foer
This is likely to be the craziest book I have ever read. It’s for book club, and it’s one of those post modernist texts that are just cuckoo for cocoa puffs. The pages are all cut funny and … man, this is going to be one hangout you won’t want to miss. See the review and video June 19th.