Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish and is now hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. Each week a new theme is suggested for bloggers to participate in. This week’s prompt is Changes In My Reading Life, but I didn’t feel like I had enough changes to fill a whole post, so I scrolled through past prompts and chose to take a look at: Books that have been on my TBR the longest.
The Popsugar Reading Challenge list for 2020 was just announced yesterday! (You can find an in-depth look at my completion of this year’s challenge here!) The announcement is an event that is almost as good as Christmas for me because it means I can start planning my reading out for next year’s challenge. 😉 I’m hoping this post will bring to light some books that need to make the cut for next year’s reading. (All of these books are ones I already own.)
(Click on the title for the synopsis on Goodreads.)
I’ve read the first two books in this series, but never picked up The Return of the King. I’m a little embarrassed by that fact. I need to wrap this series up someday.
I managed to read Persuasion this year, so hopefully I can get to Mansfield Park next year.
I feel like Memoirs of a Geisha is a book everyone adds to their TBR. Have you read it? Should I?
I fully intended to read A Tree Grows in Brooklyn this year, but I didn’t. Maybe in 2020.
I’ve wanted to read Doctor Zhivago for so long. It seems like the perfect winter read!
Another one I’ve been wanting to read is The History of Love. Have you read it?
I’ve heard such wonderful things about The Blue Castle. I must read it next year!
I’ve heard In the Heart of the Sea is a must-read!
I read An American Marriage by Tayari Jones last year, but I’ve had her previous book, Silver Sparrow, on my TBR longer.
I can’t believe I own this entire series but still haven’t picked it up. Convince me to read The Game of Kings next year!
Have I included any of your favorites? A book you hated?? Let me know in the comments!