Top Ten Tuesday: Ten Books I Recently Added to My TBR (to Replace the Ones I Took Off Last Week)

Welcome to Top Ten Tuesday!

Top Ten Tuesday is an original weekly feature created by The Broke and the Bookish and is now hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. This week’s topic is:

Changes In My Reading Life

I don’t think I’ve made any big changes to my reading life lately, so I’m going to do my own topic this week:

Ten Books I Recently Added to My TBR
(to Replace the Ones I Took Off Last Week)

1. The Fire
(The Hurricane, #4)
Author: R.J. Prescott

2. King of the Causeway: A King Series Novella
(King, #9.5)
Author: TM Frazier

3. This is Forever
(This Is, #4)
Author: Natasha Madison

4. Wild at Heart
(Wild, #2)
Author: K.A. Tucker

5. Frenemies
Author: Emma Hart

6. Great and Precious Things
Author: Rebecca Yarros

7. The Magnolia Duet
Author: Meghan March

8. The Coppersmith Farmhouse
(Jamison Valley, #1)
Author: Devney Perry

9. The Last Train to Key West
Author: Chanel Cleeton

10. Bastard Bachelor Society
(The Bachelors Club, #1)
Author: Sara Ney

Are any of these books on your TBR?

25 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Ten Books I Recently Added to My TBR (to Replace the Ones I Took Off Last Week)”

    1. I’m happy to hear you enjoyed it! I’m just waiting to for a library copy to come in. Hopefully it will before the end of the year.

  1. You know when people say if you pluck a white hair, two more grow in it’s place? That’s how I feel about my TBR. Every time you take one off two (or more) others take it’s place.
    I am looking forward to that K.A. Tucker book, too. I’m a little nervous about it, though.

    1. That’s a great analogy!
      I’m nervous for it, too. I don’t know that it was exactly needed, so I’m really curious about it.

  2. So you have to take a book off to put one back onto your TBR?

    I figure I’m good because my Goodreads TBR is smaller than my Read pile. And some of the books on my TBR aren’t out yet (some of those not for years, like The Wicked Powers 3).

  3. What an interesting pile of books. Wild at Heart by K.A. Tucker is the only I recognize. I hope you will enjoy your books and donΒ΄t worry, youΒ΄re not the only one who replaces the amount of read books by new ones *smile*

  4. There’s SO much truth to this topic!! I unhaul frequently, but each time I do, I add as many new books to my shelves, which don’t get to enjoy their lighter shelves for all that long. πŸ˜‰ Thanks so much for the Finding Wonderland visit, Deanna.

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