Here’s a look inside my TBR pile! I love posts like this from other bloggers as it’s great to see what people are interested in reading (and hopefully get some suggestions of what else might be fun to take a look at).
Mila 2.0 Redemption
This one came out last year, I believe. I quite enjoyed the first two when I read them and decided it’d be great to complete the trilogy – especially as this is a potential comp title for something I’ve written. As there’s not very many books like it I can think of, I thought it’d be a good idea to have a look and make sure I’ve differentiated my story from the other ones available.
One of Us is Lying
Having seen the author on Twitter discussing her Pitch Wars experience over the last few days, I’m even more excited to dig into this one. It’s great to get an understanding of people’s writing experiences, I always find that so interesting! Again, one I know very little about but added to my tbr pile based on the intriguing cover and title.
Room wasn’t my favourite book, but the historical/magical realism combo vibes I’m getting from this meant I couldn’t resist picking it up.
The One Memory of Flora Banks
Off the top of my head I can’t remember the exact plot of this one, but so excited to read it! Pretty cover, intriguing title and a synopsis that made me choose it without checking Goodreads? Must be a good’n.
He Said/ She Said
Close to Me
These four books are to fill my crime addiction!
The storyline just sounds so wonderful, looking forward to digging into this one.
A Court of Thorns and Roses
Sarah J. Maas
Heard a lot about this series lately and figured why not actually give it a go for myself!
Brave New Love
edited by Paula Guran
I’m not over dystopias yet!
Before You Go
What can I say? I’m a sucker for anything which has reviewers (on Amazon in this case) using the words ‘timey-wimey’. I know pretty much nothing about this story so quite excited to give it a go.
An Ember in the Ashes
I’ve read a few chapters of this and found it difficult to get into, but am going to try again!
Saw the first episode of the TV series and figured why not read the book first (might make more sense then!)
How to Stop Time
This one looks so funny, great premise.
What are you reading at the moment? I’d love any recommendations you have!