A Book That Other People Love But You Haven't Read Yet
Hi fellow book lovers! Valentines day is coming up and "My Bookish Blog Hop" group on facebook is celebrating by doing a 'My Bookish Valentine' blog hop and you are all welcome to join! Click here to join.
Today for My Bookish Valentine Blog Hop I am sharing with you a guilty secret... GASP SHHHH!
Today I am sharing with you a few books that other people love but I haven't read yet:
I'd really like to read the Maze Runner books
Game of Thrones
Fifty shades of... (though the Harry Potter rendition I heard at comic con had me laughing so hard I doubt I could read them)
Hmm... I think those are the major ones. There are plenty of sci fi classics I'd love to find; Asimov, Heinlein among others. I've been reading mostly fan fiction in spurts between my electrical engineering classwork. I graduate in May though, hopefully I'll find more time to read then!
Do you have a particular book you would recommend that I read first? Leave your suggestion in the comments!
I also have Jo Linsdell and Skye Hegyes here with me today to share their lists:
There are so many books I could list here. Anything by V.E. Schwab and/or Maggie Stiefvater. I see so many book bloggers talking about books by these authors and I’ve yet to read anything by either of them. Another one I always see people getting excited over is The Lunar Chronicles by Marissa Meyer. I’ve been meaning to get round to reading those for a while now.
Dear gods, this is a long list. There’s a lot of books that many people seem to love that I haven’t gotten around to reading yet. I haven’t read anything by Brandon Sanderson yet, although I would love to. I also hear a lot of good things about Sarah J. Mass’ books, but have yet to read any myself. One of the books I’d like to pick up this year that I have heard good things about is Cinder by Marissa Meyer.
Do you have any books in your TBR pile (To Be Read) that you are embarrassed to say you haven't opened yet? Do tell!
Meanwhile, be sure to stop by tomorrow at Casia Schreyer's blog: