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Top Ten Tuesday: My Summer 2022 TBR

“Books burned so easily.”

First line in Ash and Quill by Rachel Caine

It’s time for my summer TBR through Top Ten Tuesday, a weekly meme hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. I managed to complete my entire spring TBR, which is quite an accomplishment because it’s been a while since I haven’t missed one or two from these TBRs. But I don’t think we need any further introduction, so here are the books I’ll be reading this summer.

My list of books isn’t in order of anything but there’s a reason the Natasha Pulley book is on top. Other than that, I’m very happy to hopefully finish or catch up to a couple of series because it leaves room to start new ones. Have you read any of these? What will you be reading this summer?

6 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: My Summer 2022 TBR

  1. Apart from Fool’s Fate and UnSouled (Both of which I am obviously very excited to hear your thoughts on!! πŸ€—), I’m pretty much blanking on knowledge concerning all of these… So I guess it’s a good thing you’re testing them for me! πŸ˜πŸ™ƒ

    And, of course, really hope the new Natasha Pulley book lives up to your expectations! I feel like you’ve had so many disappointments from your favorite authors this year that it’s about time you got something amazing πŸ˜…

    (P.S.: I also hope the cake and the birthday dinner were good, and am now very proud of my totally not google-translated Danish skills πŸ˜‚)

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    1. Well, in these cases I’m happy to test them πŸ˜„ And I’ve already started Fool’s Fate because the bookstores here are so slow about getting that Pulley book! And yes, I do really need something amazing soon!

      (Everything was great 😁 And I obviously and correctly assumed that you just knew how to say happy birthday in Danish without any kind of help πŸ˜‚ I still appreciate it!)

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