This post is part of Top Ten Tuesday run by Jana from That Artsy Reader Girl.
I am the worst for getting super hyped about a book, adding it to my TBR, and then completely ignoring its existence for the rest of my life. That has to stop in 2020 for sure.
Until I’ve taken a new lease of life, time to look back on some of the books that most recently caught my eye. There will always be books added on to the ever growing TBR.
Quite a few of these have come from Netgalley. I have some issues with Netgalley in that I just can’t stop requesting books. If you’ve read any of these, tell me if I should bump it up my TBR.
Has Anyone Seen My Sex Life by Kristen Bailey
It was the title of this book that drew me in. The blurb also sounds amazing – I love books about Mams who have become a little world weary and completely overhaul their lives.
Of Curses and Kisses by Sandhya Menon
I love Sandhya’s other books, but this has a litle more of a fantasy vibe. I’m not a huge fantasy reader, but having an author I’ve loved before might be a good help.
Naturally Tan by Tan France
Queer Eye was one of my favourite shows in 2019. I’ve already read, and loved, Jonathan’s book. I’ve gotten a couple of recipes from Antoni’s book, and Tan’s is next in line for me.
When Life Gives you Lemons by Fiona Gibson
A book where a woman suddenly finds herself single is right up my street.
Yes No Maybe So by Becky Albertalli and Aisha Saeed
Becky is a firm favourite of mine, but I haven’t read anything of Aisha’s yet. There’s no better introduction than this.
The Fall and Rise of Sadie McQueen by Juliet Ashton
I’ve seen so many great reviews for this book, it’s stormed right to the top of my TBR.
The Love Hypothesis by Laura Steven
This is Laura’s third book, but it’s the first without Izzy O’Neill. Izzy is one of my favourite characters from the last few years, so I’m definitely interested to meet some of Laura’s new characters.
How to Fail by Elizabeth Day
I’m aiming to read a lot more non fiction this year. This was a recommendation from the Rick O’Shea book club on Facebook. I may not get to it in January, but I’m definitely intrigued by it.
All the Rage by Cara Hunter
Cara’s DI Adam Fawley thrillers range is a yearly hit for me. I was really lucky to have been sent a copy of this from the publisher, and I can’t wait to get stuck in.
Ann Devine, Ready for Her Close Up by Colm O’Regan
Colm is a fantastically funny writer, and I’ve loved both of his Irish Mammy books. This work of fiction about an Irish mammy should be ideal for me. I’ve borrowed it from my local library as an ebook, and it’s going to be perfect for reading on the way to work.