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 with a unit of time in the title. I’m honestly drawing a blank with this one, so I’ve decided to choose my own topic. I’m hoping to really start working more on my e-arcs, so I’m going to talk about the most recent ARCs on my Kindle.
The Do-Over – Lynn Painter
Lynn Painter has become an auto-read/buy author for me after Better Than the Movies. The Do-Over gives us a kind of Groundhog Day book where our main character relives disastrous Valentine’s Days over and over. I can’t wait to sit down with this one.
A Wilderness of Stars – Shea Ernshaw
After loving The Wicked Deep and A History of Wild Places I knew I needed Shea Ernshaw’s next book. A Wilderness of Stars is a magical romance. Our main character is an astronomer and has to travel the wilderness for the stars’ message to save herself and her people. This is an interesting concept!
The Dead Romantics – Ashley Poston
The Dead Romantics is a romance I’ve been excited about since the author announced it. A ghost writer literally has her own ghosts. I have a feeling this is going to be an interesting and fun story. I don’t think I’ve ever read anything like it.
Mistakes Were Made – Meryl Wilsner
Mistakes Were Made has our main character who accidentally ends up hooking up with her friend’s mother. That’s something I’ve never read before, haha. We all know it’s not going to be just one time, so I’m sure things are going to get interesting.
As Seen on TV – Meredith Schorr
As Seen on TV is for fans of Gilmore Girls and Hallmark Channel. I can check off both of these boxes. A city girl is in search of small-town happiness. Life is nothing like what we see on TV and our main character has to figure that out for herself.
Thank You for Listening – Julia Whelan
Thank You for Listening’s main character is an audiobook narrator. I’ve never read a book with a main character who does that. And I have a feeling we see a romance develop between her and the other narrator working on the same romance book as her. I’m here for that!
Meet Me Under the Mistletoe – Jenny Bayliss
Jenny Bayliss wrote one of my favorite Christmas themed books – The Twelve Dates of Christmas. I haven’t read the book she released last year, but Meet Me Under the Mistletoe was added to my TBR anyways. I can’t resist anything holiday themed. Our main character runs a second-hand book store. I’m already intrigued.
Lizzie Blake’s Best Mistake – Mazey Eddings
This author also wrote A Brush on Love that I really need to read, but Lizzie Blake’s Best Mistake sounds like something I’ll love as well. Our main character seems to make a lot of mistakes, but hopefully comes to realize that some mistakes are a good thing.
Circling Back to You – Julie Tieu
I enjoyed The Donut Trap written by Julie Tieu, so I definitely have to say I was curious about Circling Back to You. Add the fact that this book has the fake dating trope and I was sold.
A Merry Little Meet Cute – Julie Murphy & Sierra Simone
As I just said I can’t pass up any Christmas themed books and look how cute the cover is for A Merry Little Meet Cute. This takes place on a set of a Christmas movie. Sounds like it’s filled with everything I love!
Some Recent TTT Posts:
TTT #235 | One-Word Reviews for the Last Ten Books I Read
TTT #236| One-Word Reviews for the Last Ten Books I Read Part 2
TTT #237 | Books I Was So Excited to Get, but Still Haven’t Read
TTT #238|Book Quotes
TTT #239| Comfort Reads
So here are ten of my most recent ARCs I added on my Kindle. I know a couple are Christmas books, but I love holiday themed books! Have you added any ARCs to your Kindle you’re really looking forward to? Let me know in the comments! Also, feel free to add your TTT link down below.