Once again, I have fallen behind on planned posts. And while it is now Wednesday in Australia, it is still Tuesday somewhere in the world.
This weeks TTT, which is hosted over at The Broke and Bookish is the Top Ten Books on Your Summer TBR List. Now, since I live in the Southern Hemisphere and Summer isn’t for MONTHS, I’m going to be doing a Winter TBR List! Yay!
I love, love, LOVE winter! It’s my second favourite season (after Autumn) and for me, so much better than Summer. I am not a huge Summer fan. Sure, that’s when Christmas is, but it’s just SO HOT. And I live in a really mild part of Australia. Seriously, I would not cope anywhere else.
But I digress: time for books!
1. Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams
I have been meaning to read this for YEARS. This winter: it will happen.
2. All Lined Up by Cora Carmack
I am pretty in love with Cora Carmack. I am REALLY looking forward to reading this new series of hers :)
3. The House on Carnaval Street by Deborah Rodriguez
I’ve read both of Deborah Rodriguez’s other books and adored them. One was a novel and the other was non-fiction. This is her second non-fiction book – it looks great! Cute cover too ;)
4. The Fictional Woman by Tara Moss
I think Tara Moss is rad. I really want to read this autobiography of hers that just came out!
5. Trouble by Non Pratt
Fun looking YA that deals with teen pregnancy. Meant to be quite good!
6. A Thousand Pieces of You by Claudia Gray
THIS COVER IS AMAZING. I have an eARC of this – yay!!
7. God is an Astronaut by Alyson Foster
This book comes out in July I tihnk and is written mostly in emails – I love a good email/letter book.
8. Stormdancer by Jay Kristoff
Have been meaning to read this one for quite some time. I’ve hear great things!
9. Frost Hollow Hall by Emma Carroll
This looks great. It’s a bit historical and a bit mystery, both of which I thoroughly enjoy! Plus the cover is so sweet.
10. The Fault in Our Stars by John Green
Yay! I’ve actually started this and am about a third of the way through it. My first John Green book. I am LOVING it :) (Though am preparing myself for inevitable sadness).