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Top Ten Books with Witches

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Top Ten Books with Witches

September 29: Favorite Book Quotes (these could be quotes from books you love, or bookish quotes in general)

I’m absolutely terrible at remembering quotes from the books I’ve read. I think I’ve done this as a topic in the past, and I’m absolutely sure the ten I come up with would be thee exact same. Instead, since we’re heading into October, I thought I’d get a head start on all the spookiness and share ten books about witches.

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Top Ten Books On My Fall 2020 TBR

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Top Ten Books On My Fall 2020 TBR

September 22: Books On My Fall 2020 TBR (or spring if you live in the southern hemisphere)

Next month I’ll be taking part in a few readathons and have TBRs for those, but here are some random books I hope or plan to get to over the next two or three months.

I have some books for my Classic Women 2020 challenge, a couple of Halloween-y books and a few that have just been on my TBR for too long.

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Top Ten 2020 Cover Buys

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September 15: Cover Freebie (choose your own topic, centered on book covers or cover art)

Top Ten 2020 Cover Buys

Here are ten 2020 releases that either were or are on my TBR because they have a really beautiful cover. While I wouldn’t read something purely based on the cover, it’s definitely the thing that makes me want to check out the synopsis. These covers are all total works of art.

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Twenty Books Audible thinks I Should Read

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Todays Topic is September 8: Books for My Younger Self (These could be books you wish you had read as a child, books younger you could have really learned something from, books that meshed with your hobbies/interests, books that could have helped you go through events/changes in your life, etc.)

Twenty Books Audible thinks I Should Read

I really just wasn’t feeling this topic and, as luck would have it, scrolling through my Audible app gave me a fun idea for an alternate. If you don’t use it, Audible’s homepage gives you a few different sets of reccomendations, one of which is Listens You Might Like.

I thought this week I’d go through the 20 books Audible put in this category for me, and see how I felt about them.

Let’s see how good that algorithm really is.

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Top Ten Literary Queens and Princesses

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Official question: August 25: Questions I Would Ask My Favorite Authors (Living or dead. You can post 10 questions for one author, one question each for 10 different authors, or anything else!).

I really struggled to come up with anything that didn’t strike me as really boring, so I decided to treat today as a freebie and came up with my own topic:

 

Top Ten Literary Queens and Princesses

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Top Ten Books that Should be Adapted

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August 18: Books that Should be Adapted into Netflix Shows/Movies (submitted by Nushu @ Not A Prima Donna Girl)

 

There are actually 14, because I’m a liar.

I’ve added ‘Because you watched’ ideas for fun, but they’re not necessarily super closely related to the books. After all the Netflix algorithm suggestions often aren’t. So don’t let that put you off if the comp title isn’t your thing, every one of these books is great! 

Camp by Lev A.C. Rosen would also have been top of this list, but I know it’s already getting an adaption so now it’s just a case of waiting for it! As far as I know, all of these are still up for grabs.

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Top Ten Books I Loved but Never Reviewed

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August 11: Books I Loved but Never Reviewed

 

There are a whole bunch of books I could pick for this weeks topic! I often find the five-star, books I’ve especially loved to be the hardest to write. Or the reviews are just incoherent rambling. While I think it’s worth the effort when it comes to reviewing diverse books, and obviously any ARCs I’ve received, I find I often skip the reviews otherwise. Here are ten I loved, but didn’t write up proper reviews for.

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