So as usually our brilliant Top Ten Tuesday is brought to use by the one and only The Broke and The Bookish *crazy applauds*!
I was like crazy happy when I saw this weeks theme – I’m going to take the easy way out and just do the last 10 books I’ve added to my TBR I’ll leave the rest of you to add all the awesome books coming up! I’m taking the easy way out because I’m like behind on life right now. Like what is free time? Can someone explain this magic concept to me?? I’ve got like 3 book lined up that I haven’t reviewed yet (which if I don’t do soon I’ll totally forget what I wanted to say) plus I still have to write my posts for The Bookish People (which is live this week folks *nods at hyperlink and winks*). It’s all because this is the week before uni easter break which means if something doesn’t begin with Assign and end in Ment I haven’t had time to do you. It’ll all chill by the end of this week and then I’ll have a whole week of DOING NOTHING!!!
Now for the last 10 books I added to my TBR (I actually don’t know what they are I hope they aren’t embarrassing)
10. The Anatomical Shape of a Heart by Jenn Bennett – this sounds so good and I just can’t wait November is so far away
9. I Was Here by Gayle Forman
8. The Book of Ivy (The Book of Ivy #1) by Amy Engel
7. Nobody’s Goddess (The Never Veil #1) by Amy McNulty – I’m actually pretty excited for this one
6. Wanderlove by Kristen Hubbard – I have hard core Wanderlust just absolutely no cash – it’s actually really depressing
5. World After (Penryn & the End of Days #2) by Susan Ee – I just finished Angelfall and I have joined the cult World After ca’t get here fast enough
4. End of Days (Penryn & the End of Days #3) by Susan Ee – see 5.
3. Burn Baby, Burn Baby by Kevin Craig
2. The Distance Between Us by Kasie West – because nawww cute!!
1. None of the Above by I.W. Gregorio – I’ve never read a book about inter-sex, I don’t think I ever even seen one advertised so I think a book broching this subject is needed. It isn’t some crazy horrible thing and the more information given to society about it the less society will act like it’s weird.