We have been having fun with Top Ten Tuesday, so we decided we will do one every week. This bookish meme was hosted by The Broke and the Bookish, and has been going since June 2010! Since January 2018 Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl.
This week’s topic is books on my summer 2021 TBR. I’m never really good at sticking to these and I know this from doing many of them before, but there are definitely quite a few books I hope to read this summer. Here are ten of them!
One Last Stop – Casey McQuiston
After loving Red, White and Royal Blue so much it wasn’t a hard decision for me to order this author’s new book. One Last Stop sounds like it’s going to be a lot of fun and I plan on reading this one in July.
The Soulmate Equation – Christina Lauren
Christina Lauren is an amazing author duo that write books that make you laugh. Their newest book The Soulmate Equation sounds like something I haven’t read before. So far everything I’ve read by them has been a fast read and left me happy, so I’ll also be reading this one next month.
My Contrary Mary – Cynthia Hand, Brodi Ashton & Jodi Meadows
My Contrary Mary is one of my most anticipated releases this year. The Lady Janies is one of my favorite trilogies, so I’m hoping that My Contrary Mary can meet my expectations. I pre-ordered this one, so hopefully I get it on release day.
You Have a Match – Emma Lord
You Have a Match takes place at a summer camp. I don’t think I could’ve thought of a better setting for a book on my summer TBR. I can’t imagine finding out you have a sibling you were never told about. This seems like it’s going to be emotional, but also an amazing book!
Perfect on Paper – Sophie Gonzales
After loving Only Mostly Devastated I ordered Perfect for Paper even though I had an e-arc. I have a feeling Sophie Gonzales is going to be an auto-buy author. Isabelle loved this book and I have high expectations. A main character that gives anonymous love advice sounds interesting, but you just know something is going to go wrong.
The Extraordinaries – T.J. Klune
Last year one of my favorite books was The House in the Cerulean Sea. Since then I’ve decided I really want to read more of the books T.J. Klune has written. I received The Extraordinaries for Christmas and the sequel releases next month if I remember correctly. This one has a main character that writes fan fiction. I’m sold.
Chain of Gold – Cassandra Clare
I’ve put Chain of Gold on my TBRs and it’s really time I sit down and pick it up. This is the kind of book I know I’m going to love, but it’s just taking forever for me to read it. I don’t know what’s keeping me from reading it, but I want to dive back in to the Shadowhunter world.
The Serpent King – Jeff Zentner
Jeff Zentner seems to be an author quite a few people I know love. I honestly have three of his books on my shelf and haven’t read one, so I think it’s time to change that. I’ve heard there are Easter Eggs in one of his other books that relate to The Serpent King, so this one is up first.
The Princess and the Fangirl – Ashley Poston
Geekerella is a book I think it amazing and that I’ve read twice, so it’s really time to finish the sequel. The Princess and the Fangirl is a companion novel, but takes place in the same world. I started reading the audiobook, but just wasn’t connecting, so I’ll pick up the paperback to finish this one.
Instant Karma – Marissa Meyer
So far Marissa Meyer has only written fantasy, so when she announced she was writing a contemporary I definitely became excited. Instant Karma is a book I received for Christmas and the summer seems like the perfect time to pick it up. Some friends have read it and enjoyed Instant Karma, so I have a feeling I will too.
Some Recent TTT Posts:
TTT #184| Books with Nature on the Cover
TTT #185 | Book Titles That Are Complete Sentences
TTT #186| Book Quotes That Are Inspirational To Me
TTT #187 | YA Thrillers I Want to Read
TTT #188| Books I Loved that Made Me Want More Books Like Them
So as you can see most of my summer TBR is filled with contemporary books. That is definitely my go to genre during the warmer months! Have you read any of these? If you have, I’d love to know what you think! What is on your TBR? Feel free to leave your link in the comments.