Happy Tuesday Everyone,
And that means it is time for another Top 5 Tuesday. I meant to get this post out earlier in the day, but then I got sucked into Youtube for like 2 hours and so here we are. This week, it is the start of a new quarter so we are again talking about what books we are looking forward to reading in the next few months. And I liked what I did for this post in January (and I have actually read or am currently reading all of the books on the list) so I decided to basically do the same thing this time.
1. Book Lovers by Emily Henry – New Release
I have been waiting to read this book for months now and I am so excited to actually read it. I have been on the hold list for ages, though I am really hoping to get the audio, her books are great on audio.
2. A Duke, The Lady and a Baby by Vanessa Riley – Romance
I have been thinking about reading this book since I got really into romance almost 2 years ago now, I have a soft spot for all these new historical romances with the illustrated covers (this series, Evie Dunmore’s books, Martha Waters’ books), but somehow I just haven’t gotten to it yet.
3. The Princess Bride by William Goldman – Fantasy
This is another book that I have been meaning to read for years now, I absolutely adore the movie. I actually have checked it out in the past meaning to read it but there is only an abridged version of the audiobook, which I only found out after I checked it out, and I am not a fan of anything abridged. But I just got myself a copy at the bookstore a few days ago so I think now is the right time to finally read it.
4. Made in Korea by Sarah Suk – YA
I almost called this category the K-Drama book, if I haven’t made it abundantly clear I am a pretty big K-Drama fan and I would love to find books that read like K-Dramas. I have a list of several YA books that I think might fit the bill all with some sort of Asia connection, though since I have been thinking about this over the past few weeks I realized that the books that are most like K-Dramas are Dial A for Aunties and Four Aunties and a Wedding.
5. The Guncle by Steven Rowley – Summer Read
I didn’t get to this book last summer and it really sounds like a good pick for me and a great summer read so I have had my eye on reading it this summer. But I also keep seeing it around which makes the idea of waiting till the summer to pick it up seem like way to long to wait, we shall see how long I last before I actually pick it up.
Happy Reading Everyone!