This week’s Top Ten Tuesday falls on my birthday, so please enjoy this self-indulgent list of books from my TBR that focus on supernatural creatures, societies, and/or powers for this week’s Halloween Freebie prompt! Some of these are straight horror while others are romance or slice of life. There are witches, werewolves, ghosts, eldritch gods, …
I’m not feeling this week’s TTT prompt, so instead here’s the first of several posts about the ongoing process of downsizing my physical book collection.
My last Top Ten Tuesday post was a list of books with single-word titles – so it’s only fitting that our first post-hiatus TTT topic is super long book titles!
The saying goes that “less is more” – and after a month filled with long book titles, this week’s Top Ten Tuesday prompt of books with single-word titles is a welcome change.
This week’s Top Ten Tuesday prompt is a love freebie, so I dug around for quotes about love and human connection from books on my shelves with “love” in the title to narrow down potential sources.
It’s difficult to predict which books will hit all the right notes to merit a 5-star rating. For this week’s Top Ten Tuesday I picked my ten best guesses – specifically books I plan to read this year – from my TBR pile.
Last time I participated in a Top Ten Tuesday book cover freebie, I focused on favourite cover illustrations/artists, primarily of english-language editions. This time I’d like to share a few of my favourite illustrated covers from translated editions!
This week on Top Ten Tuesday (hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl): The Ten Most Recent Additions to My Bookshelf. Nine of these ten are from my very generous Christmas gift card haul.
This week on Top Ten Tuesday: Books I loved with fewer than 2000 ratings on Goodreads. I rated all of these 4 or 5 stars at the time of reading.
This week’s Top Ten Tuesday prompt is The Ten Most Recent Additions to My To-Read List, which should have been a simple topic… except that my TBR is currently a rat’s nest spread across Goodreads, several spreadsheets for brainstorming/tracking this year’s reading challenges, Libby’s tag/hold system, and physical shelves.