Top Ten Early-2020 Books Still on my TBR

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July 28: Freebie (This week you get to come up with your own TTT topic!)


Top Ten Early-2020 Books Still on my TBR

I’d love to know of any of these are on your TBR too, or if you’ve already read any of them. What did you think?

What topic did you pick for this weeks freebie?



Charlotte by Helen Moffett

Gulliver’s Wife by Lauren Chater

Woven in Moonlight (Woven in Moonlight #1) by Isabel Ibañez



Scavenge the Stars (Scavenge the Stars #1) by Tara Sim

Death with a Dark Red Rose (A Writer’s Apprentice Mystery #5) by Julia Buckley

Merchants of Milan (Night Flyer Trilogy, #1) by Edale



Something to Talk About by Meryl Wilsner

My Calamity Jane (The Lady Janies #3) by Cynthia Hand, Brodi Ashton & Jodi Meadows

By Sea & Sky: An Esowon Story (The Sky Pirate Chronicles #1) by Antoine Bandele

The Glamourist (The Vine Witch #2) by Luanne G. Smith

31 thoughts on “Top Ten Early-2020 Books Still on my TBR”

  1. Not read any of these yet, but Scavenge the Stars and By Sea and Sky are both on my radar, though I can’t say I’ve seen them talked about very much.

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  2. Charlotte and Woven in Moonlight both look great. I have been too crazy with life to add many 2020 books. Thanks for sharing these.

    I have a big author party going in Paris, after the pandemic, and I’d love to have you stop by and join in.

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  3. Hallo, Hallo Louise,

    I see we share an author in common interest (ie. Edale Lane)!! I have had so much fun hosting her this year – first with discovering the Night Flyer trilogy with my first review, then with the vlog interview afterwards and happily after sharing my review of the sequel, I was able to share my phone interview with her about the second in the series. I’m hopeful when you get the chance to dive into this world you’ll enjoy being there like I have had myself.

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    1. I adored Lady and was a bit meh on Plain, so Calamity is set to be the tie-breaker for me. I like the idea of their Mary series, but if this one doesn’t win me over I’ll probably give it a miss. Which would be disappointing because I’ve enjoyed My Lady Jane enough to reread it.


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