Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by the lovely The Broke and The Bookish. Each week they come up with a list for us to complete. This week it is the Top Ten Things On My Reading Wishlist. By this they mean if you could make authors write about these things you would. It could be a specific type of character, an issue tackled, a time period, a certain plot, etc.
I’ve found this Top Ten list incredibly hard, so I’ve decided to highlight books that I want to read this year instead and why I’m wishing for them. I know, I know that’s cheating, but they’re on my reading wishlist… so I’m loosely following the topic! 😉
As ever, click on the book image to take you to the Goodread’s page for the book!
The Duff– Kody Keplinger– I’ve heard good things about this book. I’ve never heard of the term ‘Duff’ being used, so I’m interested to see where this book goes.
What’s Left Of Me– Kat Zhang- I really like dystopian reads. I’m very intrigued by this book, having seen it highly recommended by bloggers that I adore!
Go Ask Alice– Anonymous– The fact that the author has called themselves Anonymous intrigues me. I know through linking it to Goodreads that the author has been revealed. This sounds like a particularly powerful book.
Night School– C.J Daugherty– So many people have read this book and loved it. I think I should definitely bump it up my wishlist!
Pointe– Brandy Colbert– I’ve mentioned it before on my blog, but I’ll mention it again. I LOVE books that include dance. I can’t dance myself, but I love watching it and reading about it. I need this book in my life!
Thousand Words– Jennifer Brown– I’ve slowly been working my way through Jennifer Brown’s books. I love her writing. I enjoy reading books that deal with issues.
Panic– Lauren Oliver– I was so disappointed by Requiem. I couldn’t finish it. I love Lauren Oliver’s writing, but my faith in her writing needs to be restored. Will this happen with Panic? I’ll have to read it to see!
Perfect Ruin– Lauren Destefano– I can’t wait to begin another series by Lauren Destefano. I’m completely in love with her writing!
On The Fence– Kasie West– I am a bit of a fangirl of Kasie West’s books. I loved Pivot Point. I can’t wait for Split Second. I devoured The Distance Between Us so I need On The Fence!
This Is What Happy Looks Like– Jennifer E.Smith- I’ve wanted to read this book for a long time now. I’m not sure what’s been holding me back.
So there it is my version of this week’s Top Ten list. I had to put my own spin on this week’s topic. Did you manage it though? What is on your reading wishlist? Please feel free to leave your links to your posts and I’ll stop by your blogs!