Today’s topic is officially “Ten Signs You’re a Book Lover (basically, people know you’re a book lover because… i.e., you’re always carrying a book or two, your library card broke from overuse, etc.)” but that wasn’t working for me so I’ve decided to share ten books I’ve recently loved instead.
March 24: Ten Sapphic Books Still to Come Out in 2020
Officially, today topic is — March 24: Genre Freebie (pick a genre and build a list around it! i.e., best/worst romances, non-fiction for travelers, memoirs for foodies, classics that feel timeless, romance novel kisses, science fiction that feels too real for comfort, women’s fiction for newbies, etc.) — but I just wasn’t feeling it so. although this isn’t a genre, I’m going with this topic anyway.
This week’s Top Ten Tuessday topic is actually Characters I’d Follow On Social Media but I just couldn’t make that one work for me this week, so I’ve switched it to:
A Genre I’d Like to Read More Of: Non-Fiction
The genre I read the least of, and would actually like to read a good bit more of, is non-fiction. I tend to go more for journal articles and websites when I get an interest in something factual, but I’d like to pick up more (or any at all, really) non-fiction books. Here’s six which I’m most interested in at the moment.
This week’s Top Ten Tuesday topic is actually The Last Ten Books That Gave Me a Book Hangover but I don’t really get book hangovers very often, so I’ve switched it up a little.
Last January, I set myself a challenge — and was joined by some truly awesome people — in reading one of the (currently) thirteen October Daye series books per month. Now I’m all caught up. The October Daye series was absolutely amazing and I’ve definitely found a new favourite there that I’ll be keeping up with.
But now I have this big long-running, urban fantasy series hole in my life.