top ten tuesday

Books on My Summer 2024 To-Read List

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This week’s topic is Books on My Summer 2024 To-Read List and this is a mixture of books I’m currently reading that I’m hoping to finish over the coming weeks, and books at the very top of my TBR

Firstly, books I’m determined to finish this summer:

Heather Fawcett – Emily Wilde’s Encyclopaedia of Faeries
Emily Henry – Book Lovers
Ronald Hutton – The Stations of the Sun: A History of the Ritual Year in Britain
Sarah J. Maas – A Court of Wings and Ruin
Matthew Reilly – Scarecrow

And for the books I’m looking to start reading this summer:

Ben Aaronovitch – False Value
K.C. Davis – How to Keep House While Drowning: A Gentle Approach to Cleaning and Organising
Evie Meg – My Nonidentical Twin
Rick Riordan – Percy Jackson & The Last Olympian
Erin Sterling – The Kiss Curse

Will I actually get to any of these? who knows!

What’s on your summer TBR?


TBR w/c 03.06.24

My reading list for the coming week looks something like:

finish Sharon Blackie – If Women Rose Rooted (currently 42%)
finish Neil Gaiman – Neverwhere (currently 40%)
finish Emily Henry – Book Lovers (currently 29%)

read Ruth Goodman – How To Be A Victorian (currently 7%)
read Neil MacGregor – A History Of The World in 100 Objects (39%)

start Heather Fawcett – Emily Wilde’s Encyclopaedia of Faeries
start Carrie Fisher – The Princess Diarist
start Thomas Halliday – Otherlands
start Gabrielle Nevin – Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow
start Nancy Warren – Lace & Lies

Do I expect to get to all of these books this week?
But I have ADHD and like to have a variety of books to bounce between reading. I’m probably most likely to focus on A History of the World and I’ll see where the week takes me