Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by thatartsyreadergirl with a new topic every week.
June 15: Books On My Summer 2021 TBR (or winter, if you live in the southern hemisphere)
I always read the week’s prompt and see what comes to mind. I think these kinds of posts are more fun when made at random, or at least that’s the way I like it. So, when I saw a summer TBR, the idea of check my kindle and type the word summer and see what comes up. I picked 10 books; now I have to try and figure out what they are about from the cover and title.
If you want me to read your book, this is the kind of cover to catch my eye. Am I the only one who is attracted to specific cover designs?
I picked these two because I like historical fiction, but it has been a hot minute since I read from this genre.
Read, Write, Love at Seaside sounds like it could be book or writing centred, which is always fantastic in my eyes. Plus, I have read Addison’s novels before, and her writing can be pretty good, in my opinion.
I don’t know why but this cover and title is giving me retelling/fantasy vibes, but I have to read to know.
I tend to give a self-publish book a better try because I know how hard it is to publish a book this way.
The last four, I don’t really have a reason for picking them.