What time is it? TBR Shame Time! Around the middle of the year, it’s always a good plan to re-evaluate what’s on your TBR and what your priorities are before 2018 rolls around, because it’s going to come sooner rather than later if January to June is anything to go by. I swear we were making our reading resolutions a week ago…
Tiny Pretty Things by Donielle Clayton and Sona Charaipotra
This is only a duet, so really I have no excuse for not starting it because it’s not a lifetime dedication like Cassandra Clare series. But, it’s TOP of my list because I’m desperate to read about ballerinas at a boarding school. Ever since Bee and I got hooked on Dance Academy at the beginning of the year, ballet has been my favourite topic and this will be fabulous, I know it.
Incarnate by Jodi Meadows
No one talks about this series any more. Actually, did they ever? I saw it one day when I was browsing for used-and-new books on Amazon as one of the recommended titles based on my search history and thought, why not? I still have no idea what it’s about, but the covers have me intrigued. 2017 is the year.
Broken Hearts, Fences and Other Things to Mend by Katie Finn
I love Morgan Matson’s book. I love the Top 8 series she wrote under the Katie Finn pseudonym. I’m guaranteed to like this one too, right? Bee’s already finished the trilogy and said that it got better as it went on, and the covers are to die for. Although they might look sweet, I have a feeling there’s a lot of revenge, so I’m hoping for Burn for Burn vibes.
Blood for Blood by Catherine Doyle
In every TBR style post we do, whether on our blog or on our channel, I have to shame myself for not reading Vendetta yet. I’ve had it for…while, forever by now. It’s Romeo and Juliet inspired, there’s some mafia style things going on, I think part of it takes place in Italy, so I don’t know why I never pick it up!
Shiver by Maggie Steifvater
After not falling head over heels with The Raven Boys like the rest of the reading world, Bee and I were both interested to see if Maggie’s other books would appeal to us more. We haven’t read a paranormal series in a looooong time, and I have a feeling that these books will read like very old school YA. Still, we got the box set for £7, so if we don’t like it, it’s not a huge loss!