A couple of weeks a go we started doing the 5 On My TBR bookish meme and it was a lot of fun, so we want to bring this meme to the blog more regularly! This bookish meme is hosted by E from Local Bee Hunter’s Nook. This week’s prompt is Books About Books.
I’m a big fan when books have characters that love reading or writing and definitely have a few on my TBR. Let’s take a look!
The Bookworm Crush – Lisa Brown Roberts
Just the title of this book had my attention without even knowing what it was actually about. Our main character is a bookworm and wants to win the chance to interview her favorite author. The only thing stopping her is begin shy and she doesn’t expect her crush agreeing to help her. I know this is going to be a really cute story!
Recommended for You – Laura Silverman
Two All the Boys I’ve Loved Before meets You Got Mail is how this book is described. That sounds good to me. Also, Recommended for You takes place in a bookstore. A holiday bonus for the person who sells the most books. This may just be one I save for closer to the holidays.
Meet Cute Club – Jack Harbon
A book with a romance book club and what I have a feeling will be a really cute romance. I’ve been wanting to read Meet Cute Club since it released in May, but just haven’t gotten around to reading it yet.
Tilly and the Bookwanderers – Anna Jones
I just talked about the sequel after receiving it in our blog birthday boxes. Our main character is able to wander around in her favorite books. That sounds like so much fun. Even though I don’t think I’d want to wander around in every book I’ve read. Some would be too scary, haha.
The Library of the Unwritten – A.J. Hackwith
The Library of the Unwritten is a book that popped up all over in the bookish community earlier this year and it sounds amazing. A few friends of mine have read it and enjoyed every minute of it. Restless characters in unwritten books try to escape from their stories. That sounds like an interesting adventure.
So these are five books about books on my TBR. I’m looking forward to all of these! If you’ve read any of these, I’d love to hear what you thought. What books about books do you have on your TBR?