I saw this tag over on Fictionophile not too long ago and thought it looked fun. The basic rules are to use your current TBR list (no cheating!) to spell out your blog’s name. This might take awhile, folks.
Salt to the Sea by Ruta Sepetys
Tell Me Lies by Carola Lovering
Exposed (Rosato & DiNunzio #5) by Lisa Scottoline
Pieces of Her by Karin Slaughter
Hangman (Detective Williams Fawkes #2) by Daniel Cole
After Anna by Lisa Scottoline
Nearlyweds by Beth Kendrick
It’s Always the Husband by Michele Campbell
The Echo Killing (Harper McClain #1) by Christi Daugherty
Silent Scream (D. I. Kim Stone # 1) by Angela Marsons
Best Day Ever by Kaira Rouda
One Small Thing by Erin Watt
Our Kind of Cruelty by Araminta Hall
King of Scars by Leigh Bardugo
Rolling in the Deep (Rolling in the Deep #0.5) by Mira Grant
Each Little Lie by Tom Bale
Visions (Cainsville #2) by Kelley Armstrong
It Ends with Us by Colleen Hoover
The Ever After by Sarah Pekkanen
Watching You by Lisa Jewell
Still Me (Me Before You #3) by Jojo Moyes
Do we have similar books on our TBRs? Did you find anything you wanted to add to yours?
Feel free to tag yourself if you’d like to play.
Every booknerd loves a signed book. The only thing better than a signed book is getting the opportunity to get it signed in person. This summer I had the opportunity to do that with three incredible authors.
Linda is the author of the Kate Burkholder series and was in town for her latest book, Down a Dark Road, which I attended with my dad. The series is set in Ohio and Linda’s book tour always stops in the area. This was my fourth time getting to see her and it is always a wonderful time. I always love hearing about her inspiration for the books and her path to getting published. This particular tour stop has become my new favorite because when I went to get my book signed she remembered my name before I even said anything!
Karin Slaughter was in the Cleveland area for her new book The Good Daughter and I attended it with my Book Buddy, Amanda. One of the first books I reviewed on this blog was one of Karin’s Will Trent books. I didn’t know it was part of a series when I started reading it, but once it was done I had to go back and read the rest of the series and thus discovered a new favorite author. Karin spoke of her childhood and how she started writing (stories about her sisters being mutilated lol). In regards to The Good Daughter in particular she shared that the inspiration for Gamma was one of her old English teachers. She also shared that both the Will Trent series and Cop Town has been optioned for tv series. I asked her if there would be any more books with the characters from this novel and she said no, other than the prequel novella. “The characters have been through enough, don’t you think?”
Lisa Scottoline was in the Cleveland area for Exposed, part of her Rosato & DiNunzio series, and I attended it with Amanda. Lisa was a hoot! She had us laughing the whole event. She told a lot of stories about her family and how she got started writing. Before this event I had only read one book by her, One Perfect Lie, but afterward I read the first book in the series that preceded this series (I’ve decided I want to read them all in order, so I haven’t read Exposed yet) and really enjoyed it. Hearing Lisa’s stories and her style of humor really added something to the reading experience and I can’t wait to read the rest of the series.