Welcome back to another top ten tuesday hosted by the broke and the bookish. This week’s topic is Books featuring characters who …. so I chose to talk about artistic characters. This includes characters who are musicians, painters, actors, writers or otherwise involved in the arts.
Also, I’ve had a few comments from people interested in doing posts like this on their blogs which is totally fine by me. It would be great if you could credit me and I would also love it if you commented on this post (or one of my other TBR break up posts) with a link to your post so I could check it out.
I know I haven’t done a top ten post in a while, but this is a topic I want to do anyway so I might as well join in! I have so many books on my TBR that I find making monthly and even yearly lists helpful so I know which books I am prioritizing.
It’s coming to the end of the year and I really need to get through the rest of the books on my 2017 TBR so these are the ones I aim to finish in fall (well it is spring here in Australia but whatever).
Today I’m going to be doing mini reviews some books that are being released around this time of year. Firstly I will be reviewing Black and White by Nick Wilford which I was sent by the author for review, and secondly I will be reviewing The Shadow Cipher by Laura Ruby (identifiable as YORK which is the series name).
As a lot of you know, I don’t read a lot of contemporary novels. Often I find the real world boring or quite cliche so I prefer reading fantasy or sci-fi. However there are good contemporaries out there and I’m going to reviews. Some of these I read a while ago but hush let’s pretend I didn’t.
I am really annoyed at writing right now so this is basically just a rant, but maybe you’ll find it helpful, or at least you can share your frustration with me.