Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly book meme run by That Artsy Reader Girl. This is a list that is almost certainly too optimistic, as I think it is fairly unlikely that I will read 10 books during the Winter of the new year. Well, maybe a total of 10 including comics, but not these 10. What this is, instead, is a list of books I want to read soon. So it’s tentative, if you will, as well as a mild commitment to adding this books to my to-read lists for next year, which I’ve yet to draft.
I’m honestly not sure how this wasn’t added to my 2021 series challenge. Starting from December 2019, I’ve read each book in this trilogy during the final month of the year, but I won’t be reading the third and final novel this year. This puts it quite at the top of my list of books to read in the new year. It might even be the first.
This is the only contender for previous book’s spot, as I’m going to fall short of my Discworld reading list for the year, since I simply don’t have time to read this one in 2021.
This is the next book in the High Republic multimedia series that I need to get to, and I’ve been enjoying these books quite a bit so far. I’ve fallen badly behind on comic book issues, but I’d like to stay reasonably caught up with these.
This is fairly obligatory. I want to continue reading through these books, it’s simply a matter of buying more volumes and digging into them. I probably won’t be getting myself any until the new year, though.
Keeping up with my Discworld books, I’ll want to be reading this soon too so that I can try to salvage my four-a-year commitment. I think it’s about the witches and vampires, which could be a hoot, but hopefully doesn’t feel too samey with some of the other “Witches” books.
Another leftover from this year, I do really want to continue the Wayfarers series, so this has been bumped up in priority. Goodness, the 2019 leftovers are falling into the ether. No formal plans for them!
This is an ARC I received a digital copy of fairly recently, of an author I’ve reviewed an ARC of before, no less. I’ve been far too busy to commit to any books that release soon, but with this book coming out in March I’m sure I can make some time for it.
This book is the long-awaited sequel to Theft By Finding, which came out back in 2017, so I’m excited to dig further into this. It hasn’t been too long since I last read any Sedaris, but I expect these diary entries will make for a fun light read.
This is an education read I’ve been meaning to get to for a long time. I will try to ensure I do so next year. In fact, I’ll commit to writing now that I will add this book to my yearly to-read list next year.
I meant to do my reread of this series with this omnibus sometime this Fall, but that didn’t work out. Oh well, it’s always better to start late than never, as they say. This is a series that I’ve already seen really pops with colour, so I’m looking forward to giving it another look.
Until next time, thank you for reading! Feel free to share your own list down below.