Top Ten Books I've Recently Added to My TBRWednesday, January 20, 2016
Back on track though, I've recently been adding lots of travel books and 2016 releases to my TBR.
Unrivaled by Alyson Noel (5/10/16): Alyson Noel is back! She is one of my favorite authors of all time and when I heard about this one, it was an automatic add to my to-read pile.
The Glittering Court by Richelle Mead (4/5/16): I got to fall back in love with Mead's writing with her new standalone, Soundless, but a new series is going to come along this year and I couldn't be happier. It's historical fantasy. We've seen what she does with vampires and dystopian, I can't wait to see what she does with the Elizabethan era.
Close to You by Kara Isaac (4/26/16): A book about the tour guide of the Tolkien tour in New Zealand. All I have got to say is, "Please, take me with you."
A World Without You by Beth Revis (7/19/2016): A boy has delusions that he can, in fact, travel through time. I've never read a Beth Revis book but this one sounds amazing!
The Geography of You and Me by Jennifer E. Smith (4/15/14): So many people have recommended Jennifer E. Smith to me and I just haven't gotten around to reading any of her works. Well, I am making progress. I have picked on of her gorgeous works and put it in my TBR pile. I will get to this one.
The Shadow Queen by C.J. Redwine (2/16/16): I think this one is being marketed as a fairytale retelling which I am so for. However, reading the synopsis I am not sure which fairytale it would be based on. In which case, we are possibly looking at a relatively original fairytale which is super exciting!
Kissing in Italian by Lauren Henderson (3/11/14): I really enjoyed reading the first book, Flirting in Italian, and couldn't wait to dive into the sequel. This book just graced my mailbox so it won't be long now until I read it. The third book is yet to be announced. As much as it is a sort of generic study abroad trip filled with an adorable romance and secret family history, it grips you in a way that only summer reads can.
Big Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert (9/22/15): It released on my birthday so that has to mean something, right? I'm really not sure what it means, considering that Ransom Riggs' new book, Library of Souls also released on that date. I will be reading both of them. I just finished Steal Like an Artist so I'm especially feeling inspiring, as of late.
Kill the Boy Band by Goldy Moldavsky (2/23/16): The ultimate fangirls kidnap one of the boy band's most prized members. It sounds like a most hilarious but twisted debut!
Love with a Chance of Drowning by Torre DeRoche (5/14/13): In order for me to read memoirs, it has to be an enticing premise. Torre DeRoche's story of how she started traveling the world most definitely sounds enchanting. Love can be an adventure all on its own.