After reading Kate’s latest post, I decided to take part in a new blog series which is Six for Sunday which was created by A Little But A Lot! I’ve proven I’m not always 100% with blog series, in that I don’t participate every single week, but I don’t think there’s anything wrong with dipping in and out as and when you can. So, here’s my first post in this new series, and it’s the books I want to read! I own a lotttt of unread books (as I’m sure you can sympathise with) and of course I want to read them all but for the purpose of the post I’ve pulled together six books I want to read next.
Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman
I’ve been hearing so many amazing things about this book, I mean it’s a Sunday Times Bestseller! The lovely Imi of Imi Reviews Books very kindly sent me this book via my Amazon wishlist and I can’t wait to get around to reading it.
Geekerella by Ashley Poston
Another book that seems to be well received in the book loving community is Geekerella. I decided to finally pick the book up after seeing that Ashley (and Susan Dennard, author of the Witchlands series) are coming to Waterstones Manchester Deansgate and I think I’m really going to like it!
Teeth in the Mist by Dawn Kurtagich
I am feeling so grateful to be holding this book! I was very lucky to have won this signed arc of Dawn’s latest story which sounds super creepy, as I would have expected. The story follows three characters who are centuries apart which sounds unique and I can’t wait to get stuck in – I think I’ll be picking this up after my current read which you’ll find out more about below.
Every Heart a Doorway by Seanan McGuire
I feel that this TBR is featuring a lot of booktube’s sweethearts and this is no exception! Another book I gratefully received from my Amazon wishlist from my good friend Lauren, Every Heart a Doorway definitely sounds intriguing and it’s super short so I should be able to get through it pretty quickly – I have high expectations!
We Hunt the Flame by Hafsah Faizal
This book seems to be taking the book blogging community by storm and I am so excited that it came in a recent bookish subscription box! Set in a world inspired by ancient Arabia, I’ve already started this diverse YA debut and I can’t wait to see where it goes.
The Priory of the Orange Tree by Samantha Shannon
Ah, I find myself again telling you all that I need to read Priory. I really, really do. I interviewed Samantha Shannon recently and it made me even more excited for this story. I think that it may be the size and the overwhelmingly good reviews that are making me reach for other books first – it’s a little intimidating! But as Samantha said online, it’s actually made up of several smaller books which definitely sounds more manageable. I’m around 50 pages in and thoroughly enjoying so far!
There we have it, my first Six for Sunday post! What are you all planning to read next?
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