Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature/meme now hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. The meme was originally the brainchild of The Broke and the Bookish. This week’s topic is The Ten Most Recent Additions to My Bookshelf.
In order of acquisition, from most recent to earliest (as well as I remember):
- Tucker (Emily March; ARC)
- Howl’s Moving Castle (Diana Wynn Jones; Folio Society edition)
- The Art of Winnie the Pooh (James Campbell)
- Eye Spy (Mercedes Lackey)
- Um: Slips, Stumbles, and Verbal Blunders, and What They Mean (Michael Erard)
- The Rosemary Tree (Elizabeth Goudge)
- Peter Pan (James Barrie)
- Child of a Hidden Sea (A. M. Dellamonica)
- The Lost Angel (Elizabeth Goudge)
The Art of Winnie the Pooh, Eye Spy, and Um were all Christmas gifts. Tucker is an ARC. Howl’s Moving Castle is new. The rest I purchased used, either locally or online.
In order of acquisition, from most recent to earliest
- Love Saves the Day (Gwen Cooper)
- Jo’s Boys (Louisa May Alcott) (not pictured)
- Star Wars Trilogy (George Lucas, Donald Glut, James Kahn)
- Buried in a Bog (Sheila Connolly)
- His Bride for the Taking (Tessa Dare)
- The Pale Horse (Agatha Christie)
- Death in St. Petersburg (Tasha Alexander)
- Chasing Cassandra (Lisa Kleypas; ARC)
- The Starless Sea (Erin Morgenstern)
- A Dream of Death (Connie Berry)
A Dream of Death and The Starless Sea were two of the six Kindle books I received for Christmas. Since the other books listed here were acquired after Christmas (and are therefore more recent), I didn’t list all the Christmas gifts.
Nicole @ BookWyrmKnits
Oh wow, your copy of Howl’s Moving Castle is lovely! Looks like a great haul. 🙂
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Katherine @ I Wish I Lived in a Library
Great list! The Lisa Kleypas is on my TBR and I’d really like that Connie Berry. I have a few Tasha Alexander books on my shelf but have yet to read any of her books. I really should. And Jo’s Boys was one of my absolute favorite books as a kid. I didn’t like Little Women but I read Jo’s Boys until the cover fell off!
I don’t own a copy of The Starless Sea, but I can’t wait to read it. 🙂
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