I found this tag on Kristin Kraves Books and it looked like so much fun that I had to try it. Honestly, it was a fun trip through my own TBR. Play along if you’d like!
- Name a book title from your TBR for every letter of the alphabet (can exclude words like ‘the’ if need be). These must be books you have physical/ebook copies of and not ones you intend on getting but haven’t yet.
- Try and include different authors for every single one.
- At the bottom of your list, put how many you could fill in (out of 26)
- Tag other people to join in and link back to the person who tagged you.
A is for An Abundance of Katherines by John Green
This is actually kind of cheating. I don’t own this one but my library does. It’s on hold for me. I’m counting it. Also, full disclosure, it’ll be my first John Green book…ever.
B is for Bird by Bird by Anne Lamott
A fellow writer in my writing group highly recommended this one and even bought me the copy. I’m so ashamed that it’s still sitting on my shelf. I need to make this one a priority.
C is for Child of the Mist by Kathleen Morgan
Historical Fiction is something I have to be in the mood for. I’m saving this for when I can really enjoy it.
D is for the Dead Zone by Stephen King
Yes, I haven’t read it. Don’t judge.
E is for Essence by Mandi Lynn
Shout out to the indie authors on my TBR. I actually have all Mandi’s books! I can’t wait to read this one.
F is for Fan Mail by Ronald Munson
Next time I’m in a thriller mood…I’m going with this one.
G is for Grave Secrets by Kathy Reichs
I love me some Temperance Brennan.
H is for Heart of Evil by Heather Graham
I downloaded this one when I was in a paranormal mood and then forgot I downloaded it. Thank you to this challenge for reminding me!
I is for I Hope You Find Me by Trish Marie Dawson
Post apocalyptic indie book that kicks off a series I heard is amazing? Yes, please.
J is for Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte
I don’t feel AS bad for not reading this one yet since the person I got the challenge from ALSO had this as their J. We’ll get to it, don’t worry.
K is for King of Fools by Amanda Foody
Technically, this is cheating again. I don’t own it…yet.
L is for the Lost Code by Kevin Emerson
I downloaded this one for this line: “But first, Owen will have to escape Camp Eden alive…”
M is for Maximum Ride Forever by James Patterson
I loved this series. Like all of you, I thought it was over with Nevermore. I’ve owned this book for awhile now and just can’t bring myself to read it.
N is for the Next Person You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom
I’m hoping for another inspirational, feel-good tale out of this one.
O is for Open Ice by Pat Hughes
We’re a hockey family, what can I say?
P is for the Prince and the Pauper by Mark Twain
Stop judging me. I’ll read it.
Q is for don Quixote by Miguel de Cervantes
Is this cheating? This is cheating. Whatever, it’s my Q title.
R is for the Ravenwalker by W.S. Ryan
I bought this for this line in the synopsis alone: “Love and peace are hard won victories, and there are always casualties.”
S is for a Spark of Light by Jodi Picoult
Why haven’t I read this one yet?
T is for Two Days Gone by Randall Silvis
I’m almost using this one as a reward for myself after something I don’t like. Good mysteries are my go-to comfort reads.
U is for Uglies by Scott Westerfeld
Another one I’m almost ashamed to admit I haven’t read.
V is for Vicious by V.E. Schwab
Must read this one for all the villainy goodness.
W is for Whirlwind by Elizabeth Holland
Faeries. Need I say more?
X is for Xenocide by Orson Scott Card
Ugh, cheating again. I own the first two books in this series (this is the third). I will own this one soon and then I will read it.
Y is for You Will Be Mine by Natasha Preston
Recommended by a friend when we were discussing books that ended on cliffhangers. I’m a little scared to read it now that I know that.
Z is for Zero by Tom Leveen
I love Tom’s books and this is one I’ve heard him talk about with lots of love.
Looks like I was able to do 21 without cheating. Not bad! Have you read any of these?
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