The Broke and the Bookish hosts Top Ten Tuesday a meme for the list inclined. This week’s theme is book’s in my Winter TBR pile.
Conspiracy theories. Dresses. And The Da Vinci Code comparisons. I think that gives this one a go. To be honest though, the Dan Brown comparison sort of has me on the fence. But look pretty dress. Me. Preorder.
Sleeping Beauty retelling that’s a series. Did I mention I went through a whole Sleeping Beauty phase when I was four (because she was the only blonde princess back then-I view Cinderella as a ginger). Enough said.
Figure skating. Though why only show love to pairs…there’s also singles and ice dancing (hint, hint). Once again, enough said.
I really like Demetrios’s contemporary novels-well, the one I’ve read. I’m hoping this one is similar to Something Real.
This one is a few days shy of being a spring book, but it looks all kinds of awesome. I always like long lost child of a famous person stories and this one umps the anti by having it be a politician. And surprisingly, I’m sort of glad it features a Republican even though I am not a Republican. I just feel like they don’t usually get featured in YA fiction. Hopefully, it will be a Republican who actually comes off as a real person and not…well, like Ted Cruz (ew).
It’s already been released in the UK but this is the sort of book I want to have light froth. It will be getting its US release next year.
Yeah, yeah, yeah. I have this one listed a lot but hello Levana’s story.
It’s the end of the Bloodlines series and it starts out with a crappy cover. Hopefully, the interior of the book will be better than the exterior.
I’m sort of on the fence about this one. Gorgeous cover…but I’m a little stick a fork in it when it comes to dystopias. Still it seems interesting.
Another dystopia based on the Handmaiden’s Tale that I’m willing to give a try because I’m a sucker.