Top Ten Tuesday: Books from the Depths of My Kindle I Plan to Read in 2021

Welcome to Top Ten Tuesday!

Top Ten Tuesday is an original weekly feature created hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. This week’s topic is:

Resolutions/Hopes for 2021

I don’t normally do resolutions and I decided to approach 2021 with VERY LOW expectations, so I’m going to skip this topic. Instead, I’m going to give you:

Books from the Depths of My Kindle I Plan to Read in 2021

I try to go through my Kindle at least yearly and dump books I know I won’t read. I got rid of a bunch and then got inspired to read at least twelve of them in 2021. I actually already got started on doing this with Lex Martin’s Dearest Clementine and Kandi Steiner’s On the Rocks. That’s why my list has ten.

1. Remember When
Author: T. Torrest

2. Beloved
Author: Corinne Michaels

3. Becoming Rain
Author: K.A. Tucker

4. The Pact
Author: Karina Halle

5. Leo
Author: Mia Sheridan

6. Punk 57
Author: Penelope Douglas

7. Rush
Author: Emma Scott

8. A Charmed Little Lie
Author: Sharla Lovelace

9. Killing Sarai
Author: J.A. Redmerski

10. True Love Story
Author: Willow Aster

57 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Books from the Depths of My Kindle I Plan to Read in 2021”

    1. Thanks! I’m hoping so, too! If not, I’m going to DNF and get them off this list! πŸ˜‰

  1. Oh, wow, okay, first of all, just calling me out in the title like that? How dare you?! Also, the depths of my Kindle are limitless and potentially deadly, like the Marianas Trench. xD I actually love this idea. It’s been probably two years since I actually looked at what’s on my Kindle. I actually rediscovered I had already purchased several books that I went to purchase last year, and if that’s not a cry for help, I don’t know what is.

    These all look like interesting books, and i hope you get the chance to read them all!

    Here’s my TTT post.

    1. LOL. I was like, wait! What? Calling you out? Then I read the rest of your comment and laughed. Sorry about that. πŸ˜‰ I hope you get to read some of those books in Marianas Trench.

    1. Thank you! Yeah, I think the angsty is why I haven’t read some of them. I will have to space them out.

  2. I am with you on keeping low expectations! If we can go to the grocery store without having to wear a mask, I’ll count the year as a win. I recognize a couple of those covers as books I downloaded years ago on my old Nook! I haven’t read them, either.

    1. Yeah, I don’t even see that happening. I think masks are here to stay for a long time. But I’m just low expectations like that. Maybe you should read them, too! πŸ˜‰

      1. Lol someone telling me to lower my expectations even more than they already are doesn’t happen often lol. I will need to reassess. And I think I’ll wait and see what you think of those books first!

          1. LOL. I think you and Brandie are the reason that one was on my TBR in the first place. Your two reviews are the only reason I kept it.
            I bet Beloved is good. Have you read Corinne Michaels before? I am thinking you would like her books.

  3. I’ve got stuff buried in my Kindle I need to read too, so I can relate. πŸ™‚ I hope you get to all these, and that they’re good. I like that cover for Killing Sarai! Yikes!!

  4. I definitely lose track of ebooks I’ve purchased much easier than print books! I tend to borrow ebooks from the library, too, so those always have to be read first. I feel the same as you about going into 2021 with low expectations, and I didn’t make resolutions either. If I can blog a little more, read a little more, and not wallow in despair too much over the fresh round of cancellations that have already started, I’ll pat myself on the back!

  5. Ah, the dreaded Kindle backlist! I am afraid of mine, so I must applaud you on doing a dump! I keep mine because they don’t really get in my way technically, and what if I want to read them someday? (This is, of course, a lie every bookish person tells themselves, I am never going to read a single one and we know this πŸ˜‚) I hope you get to all of these, and that they are good!

    1. What really helped me was taking a couple hours and looking each book up on Goodreads. If it didn’t sound like something I would read and the reviews lead me to believe I didn’t want to read it, I deleted. I don’t even feel bad now. I feel free!

  6. I hope you’ll get to all these books. I don’t do many deals and yet I still have so many ebooks on my ereader, haha. Its like a maze in there.

  7. Going into 2021 with very low expectations is a serious mood πŸ˜‚ I’m really hoping to slash my way through my existing books this year too so I think this is a great post and might be inspiring me to do one at some point for my Kindle books! Also, I keep finding out K.A. Tucker has written more and more books and my TBR now keeps growing πŸ˜… Hope you enjoy all of these, Deanna!

    1. She’s written quite a few! I loved her Ten Tiny Breaths series, if you’re interested in reading more of hers.

    1. LOL I’m happy to hear you loved Becoming Rain. I can’t wait to get to it. And that’s interesting about Punk 57…

  8. I had to laugh at your comment about approaching 2021 with low expectations. LOL I am an eternal optimist and it is so unlike me to have low expectations, but I am also a realist. And the way everyone was talking about “can’t wait for 2021!” as if a switch was going to get flipped and everything would magically go back to the old normal just made me chuckle. So yeah, my expectations for this year are pretty darn low, too. πŸ™‚

    Leo was the first book I read by Mia Sheridan and I loved it so hard. I’m curious how I’d feel now (5 years later). And I’m excited to see what you think of it when you get to it. I read Killing Sarai several years ago but for some reason never continued with the series.

    1. Glad I’m not alone in the low expectations!

      I will let you know what I think of Leo for sure. I loved Archer’s Voice. I also read a book of hers that was more recent that was just okay for me. I’m starting Killing Sarai later today. If I like it, I’ll probably binge the series and let you know about the rest of them.

    1. Thanks! I think it’s part of a whole series by Tucker. I haven’t read them yet. It may turn into a series binge, if I’m not careful. Happy reading!

  9. Great list! I can see that you are already reading 2 of these. Way to go! I hope that you will enjoy all of these books. Happy reading.

  10. ooh I want to read a couple backlist items off my tbr too. There have been quite a few books in 2020 that I didn’t get to. I hope I can check them off this year. Enjoy all of them!!

    ~ Corina | thebrowneyedbookworm.com

  11. Somehow I have quite a few books sitting on my Kindle and some audiobooks as well to read. I should probably avoid adding more, but there’s always something new to add to that large list! I hope that you enjoy all of these!

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