Monday, March 21, 2022

Top Ten Tuesday #281

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. Each week a new Top Ten will be posted. Everyone is welcome to join. Link back so everyone can check out other bloggers' lists. It's a fun way to get to know fellow bloggers.

This week is I'm doing last weeks topic since I was AWOL. So... we have books on the 2022 TBR. I never seem to do very good at reading my TBR, but... who can say???       





46 comments:

  1. You stumped me. I am not familiar with any of these. I do hope they are all hits for you. I like a TBR.I need direction

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  2. I’ve heard of Madam and thought it looks intriguing. I think Sisters of the Forsaken Stars looks good too. I hope you enjoy these when you read them. Thanks for sharing! I’m glad you joined in this week. :)

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  3. Parecen buenos libros, te mando un beso.

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  4. I read Moon of the Crusted Snow because I saw it on this exact list of yours... like 3 years ago 😂 Sisters is good- like we've talked about, maybe not *quite* as good as the first, but still good. And space nuns. I really want to read more of those Leo books- I really enjoyed the first one- but I have to find a cost-effective way to do so! Comfort Me With Apples was WEIRD- and I want you to read it because Idk if I even understood it? But I want to talk about it!

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  5. Comfort Me with Apples looks like it would be the strangest. Scotland caught my eye!

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  6. I just love that cover for Sisters of the Forsaken Stars!

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  7. ALL new to me but, Comfort Me with Apples and Madam have me curious.

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  8. OOh nice! These are new to me ones but I'm intrigued for sure with a few of these titles! Hope you enjoy them all this spring!


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  9. All of these are new-to-me, and they all look promising.

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  10. Cool covers! I hope you enjoy all of these, Greg!

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  11. I liked Comfort Me With Apples and hope you do, too!

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  12. Oh, my goodness! My comment actually went through. I can’t believe it. Yay!

    I told you I’ve been trying to comment here every time you participate. I’m glad you can finally see it. :)

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  13. Moon of the Crusted Snow had already appealed to me but short of buying it online I haven't seen it in my library or used book store. Sometimes when we list our books on our blog it gives us incentive to read them!

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  14. I'll be interested to see what you think of MADAM. It was an odd and disturbing read for me. I look forward to your review.

    Happy TTT!

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  15. I'll have to check out Moon of the Crusted Snow! I love Eden Robinson so I definitely was intrigued that she shouted out the book.

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  16. Comfort Me with Apples is such an odd title. It has me curious! I hope you love all of these when you get to them.

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  17. actually 2 of your titles also work for the meme this week, as they have an adjective in the title.
    I am curious about the first one. I hope you enjoy all these.
    https://wordsandpeace.com/2022/03/22/top-ten-books-with-adjectives-in-the-title/

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  18. Madam will definitely draw my attention. Glad to see you doing a TTT, even if it's last week's topic. I hope life is treating you well Greg!

    Here's Elza's crazy TTT: Ten Books to better describe your Wardrobe

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  19. Some of these would apply to today's topic as well. Happy reading!

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  20. Hmmm. . . I haven't heard of any of these. I hope you enjoy them.

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  21. Great choices! Comfort Me With Apples is on my TBR too.

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  22. I'm not good at sticking to lists either. I hope you enjoy all of these when you get the chance! Top Ten Tuesday. Thank you!

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  23. Sisters of the Forsaken Stars is definitely my favorite title on you list! :)

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  24. I hope you get to these. I'm terrible with TBR's because I'm such a huge mood reader. Sisters of the Forsaken Stars has an epic cover!! I hope you enjoy it. :)

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  25. Madam certainly has a dramatic typeface!
    Lisa @ https://hopewellslibraryoflife.wordpress.com/2022/03/22/top-ten-tuesday-books-with-an-adjective-in-the-title/

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  26. Are you still getting back to reading? I seem to go all out reading 3 at a time then nothing lol

    I can't do a TBR but I'd just like to get through my physical books.

    Karen @For What It's Worth

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  27. Good luck with this TBR. Your list reminds me that I still need to read Sisters of the Vast Black.

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  28. Hope you enjoy all of these and good luck with your next TBR reading! That last cover certainly is eye-catching... but also a little bit creepy. :D Thanks so much for visiting Finding Wonderland this week.

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  29. Hopefully you get to read some on your list. Comfort Me with Apples looks good. Happy reading this week!

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  30. My TBR list is so long, I'll never finish them all, so I twisted my list last week and chose green books (for spring) instead.

    I hadn't seen your name on TTT for a while, so glad you are back.

    Thanks for visiting my good, bad, and ugly TTT this week.

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  31. Comfort Me with Apples sounds really good. I've read the author previously and been really impressed by her writing. Hope you enjoy all these!

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  32. Moon of the Crusted Snow is supposed to be amazing!

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  33. Madam is going on my tbr! Thanks for sharing!

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  34. I'm doing this topic next week because I missed it too! Love the look of Madam.

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  35. I will be reading Moon of the Crusted Snow soon! 😊

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  36. I hadn't seen any of these before. Hope you enjoy reading them!

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  37. I love the cover for the Scotland book. Is it a graphic novel? :)
    -Quinley

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  38. Hope you enjoy these if you get around to them! For maybe the first time, I'm actually doing a fairly good job of reading my anticipated books of year so far.

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  39. I want to read Scotland for the name alone!

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  40. I can't say I have heard about any of these Greg!

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  41. I'm gonna have to look up Scotland, especially if its a graphic novel :-)

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