I’m sure you won’t be surprised to hear that I’ve got books on the brain right now. After all that crafting for my party how could I not? And, while we’ve done book topics for Ten on Tuesday before, it’s been a while. Add to all of that the approaching longer nights and cozy fires, which are oh-so-conducive for snuggling up with a good book, and you’ll understand why this week’s Ten On Tuesday topic is 10 Books On Your To-Read List.
- The Revolution of Every Day by Cari Luna. I’m willing to bet an awful lot of you already have this one your list – Cari is one of US, after all.
- Dark Places by Gillian Flynn. I liked Gone Girl so I’m willing to give this one a shot, too.
- The Silver Star by Jeannette Walls. Dale and Hannah and I all loved The Glass Castle – a rare thing. If this is half as good it will still be great.
- Life After Life by Kate Atkinson. I’ve had several people at the library recommend this one to me.
- Blood Harvest by S.J. Bolton. I enjoyed Now You See me very much so I went ahead and added this one.
- Visitation Street by Ivy Pochada. Thanks to Mary I now listen to the podcast Literary Disco. This author was featured on one of the recent podcasts and the book sounds great.
- Five Days At Memorial: Life and Death in a Storm-Ravaged Hospital by Sheri Fink. I heard about this one on NPR. It’s the only non-fiction title on my list right now.
- Where’d You Go, Bernadette by Maria Semple. Another one that comes highly recommended. I know both Kym and Margene liked it and that’s good enough for me.
- The Orchardist by Amanda Coplin. See what I wrote about #8.
- The Curiosity by Stephen Kiernan. I can’t remember where I heard about this one but the plot sounds great.
This was an easy-peasy list to write – all I did was go to my Goodreads account and lift it from my “to-read” list. If you aren’t on Goodreads, why not? It’s like Netflix for books only way better. I expect my list of “to read” books to explode after I read all of your posts today. Be sure and leave a link to your post below and if you want to receive an email with the Ten On Tuesday topic every Monday, click here to sign up.