Top Ten Tuesday: Books From Childhood That I’d Love To Revisit

Top Ten Tuesday is a lovely original feature/weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish.

I’m back! My brief social media fast went really well, but I missed blogging. This week’s TTT deals with books from your childhood/adolescence that you’d love to revisit. I’m so spotty with posting on Tuesdays, but this one is too much fun. I just couldn’t resist! I need to re-read all of these!

BY THE WAY, I have linked all of the photos to the YouTube readings of them. So, if you’re feeling lonely and need a good pick-me-up, check these great stories out!

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Top Ten Tuesday: Books I Wouldn’t Mind Santa Bringing on the 25th

Top Ten Tuesday is a lovely original feature/weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish.

I haven’t done a TTT in such a long time! Man, college has me swamped. This week’s Top Ten is all about the books we’d love slipped under the tree by the Big Man in Red.

Hint hint. 😉

NOTE: All titles are linked to their Goodreads pages, so check them out and add them to your wish list!

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Top Ten Tuesday: Characters I Wish Had Their Own Books

Top Ten Tuesday is a lovely original feature/weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish.

This week we’re talking about characters we absolutely adore… those characters that you wish had entire books dedicated to their awesomeness. I don’t really know if I need this in my life–I definitely don’t need more feels to feel if you know what I mean. But, here it goes anyways! There are some spoilers for Mockingjay in here… so, if you haven’t read that book yet… beware.

Also, most of these are men… I swear, I’m not obsessed. I read more female-driven books than male-driven books, so I’m more likely to want to read more about the males in my reading life. Continue reading

Top Ten Tuesday: Books I Would Totally Reread

Top Ten Tuesday is a lovely original feature/weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish.

This week’s theme is all about those books that we would reread. I’m not much of a rereader myself, but there are a few books that I have loved enough to read a second time. Man, it’s so nice to post a TTT after not posting one in such a long time!

NOTE: All books are linked to their Goodreads’ pages. Check them out!

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Top Ten Tuesday: Top Eight Underrated Books in the YA Fiction Genre

Top Ten Tuesday is a lovely original feature/weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish.

I bet everyone is doing YA Fiction, but I couldn’t think of anything else. After all, this blog mainly deals with YA so why stray too far from home? Hansel and Gretel strayed too far from home and look at the horrors that they experienced. No, thank you. I’d like to avoid creepy old grandmas with houses made of candy thankyouverymuch.

I’ll be talking about some YA novels that I absolutely love. I believe these need more coverage and exposure! Feeling depressed because you don’t know which book you’re going to read next? Have no fear! Take one of these novel suggestions (pun intended hahah) from your local library. Or, rather, don’t take it because that might imply stealing. And stealing, as you should know, is illegal and may get you thrown in the slammer. No, you should definitely check one out — or all of them, if you’re feeling quite ambitious — from your local library.

NOTE: All book covers are linked to their respective Goodreads’ pages so be sure to check them out! 🙂

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Top Ten Tuesday: Books that people have urged me to read!

Top Ten Tuesday is a lovely original feature/weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish.

This week deals with books that I’ve been encouraged (threatened, by some) to read. When more than five people tell me to read a book, I usually don’t read it. And, then, years later, when I chose to finally pick said book up, I feel like banging my head against the wall because it is usually absolutely amazing. Think Hunger Games, The Maze Runner… Heard so much hype about them and I avoided them for so long. I don’t really know why?

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