Every couple of weeks on my blog and other social media sites, I'll be posting the above question, "What's My Next Read?" The post will consist of 5 books that I haven't read yet. Some will be titles that I've been anticipating , and others will be books that I would never pick up myself. I'm doing this not only to connect and interact with other readers, but to step out of my comfort zone and broaden my horizons when it comes to certain genres. Read more for this weeks list.
The Kiss of Deception by Mary E. Pearson, is probably my most anticipated book from this list. I first heard about it while watching a book haul from Regan on her booktube channel, peruseproject. It sounded so intriguing so I decided to add it to my wishlist to wait for it's release, and finally I've got my paws on it!
Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Mass as well as Clockwork Angel by Cassandra Clare, are both books that are completely out of my comfort zone. One of my main reasons for becoming a book blogger/future-tuber, is to acquaint myself with books that I wouldn't normally read. I do enjoy fantasy, (I mean I'm obsessed with Harry Potter so I guess that counts) but I often find that I steer clear of this genre. So here I am, putting my big girl panties on and reading some damn fantasy!
I was convinced (even though it didn't take that much convincing) by Mallory over at Mallorybooks to pick up Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins, after I seen that her August TBR included Isla and the Happily Ever After. Being a big comtemporary lover, I am quite ashamed to say that this will be my first time reading this series . . . like ever. I know, I know don't judge me. Stephanie Perkins seems to be one of the queens of comtemporary fiction, being that everyone rants and raves about her all over booktube, goodreads, etc. So I'm dying to know what all the fuss is about. Plus I'm in dying need of something fluffy other than my pillow.
Last but certainly not least, we have If I Stay by Gayle Forman. To be honest, I have no idea why I haven't read this just yet. It's been sitting on my Amazon wishlist for ages now, and I feel like an asshole for saying that the reason I finally purchased it, was because of the upcoming movie. I watched the trailer via youtube and almost had a heart attack rushing to amazon to buy the book. Sad right? Anywho, I have it now, so better late than never people!
So that's it everyone, this week's list for "What's My Next Read?" Comment down below, or comment via twitter on which one I should read first, maybe second, or even third or . . . you get the idea.