Top Ten Tuesday: Books Written Before I Was Born

That awkward moment where this is harder than you originally had thought. There are plenty of books that were published before I was born in 1994 but I wanted to stick with books on my TBR or books that I have personally read. Which made it a tish bit harder because a lot of “older” books don’t really interest me so I don’t have a ton of them. I also don’t have too much to say about each one because if I did read them it was when I was a kid/teen so there isn’t much that I remember specifically about them.

These titles are not listed in any particular order and I will link each one to their Goodreads page.

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme created by The Broke and the Bookish.

It has now been moved over to That Artsy Reader Girl.

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Top Ten Tuesday: New To Me Authors I Read In 2020

I think this is a really fun topic, I usually try to read as many new authors as I can including a lot of debut authors. On this list I didn’t include any debut authors since they’re technically new to everyone. I’d have to say I’m most excited about reading future books by Samantha Downing, Alex North, and Gemma Amor. Unfortunately, there are a few authors I might not try out again as well. Hopefully I can read even more new authors in 2021!

I will link each author to their Goodreads pages if they’re available and also include my full reviews for the books I read by them if I have them finished.

These titles are not listed in any particular order.

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme created by The Broke and the Bookish.

It has now been moved over to That Artsy Reader Girl.

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Halloween Recs: Chilling Anthologies, Novellas, & Short Stories

This post is all about spooky story collections, novellas, and short stories! If you’re interested in even more specific Halloween recommendations I will link all of my previous ones at the end of the post!

I will also link each title to its Goodreads page if you want more info as well as include my full reviews if they’re available.

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