{Top Ten Tuesday} Recent TBR Additions (Or, How Goodreads Got Me Again)

Posted January 29, 2019 by Leah in Memes & Features, Top 10 Tuesday / 13 Comments

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl.

Ah, Goodreads. A wonderful source to connect with fellow readers, read and write reviews, and, of course, scroll for books that catch your interest. I didn’t start taking Goodreads seriously until 2016, when I signed back in after a five year absence and fully realized the wonder–and trouble–the website can be. For you see, I have gone down the rabbit hole of clicking on a book that catches my interest only to have a list of other books similar to the one I’m looking at pop up too. This often leads to clicking on the “Want to Read” button, then scrolling through other books, and repeat. Soon I’m buried in more books I will possibly get to in my life. It’s messy.

Today’s Top Ten is a look at recent additions to my ever-expanding TBR list, courtesy of the gift and curse of Goodreads. For the sake of keeping this small, I’m only going to share a few because then we’ll be here all year. Enjoy!


The Dreamers by Karen Thompson Walker

The House on Dalhousie by Melina Marchetta

The Raven Tower by Ann Leckie

Watching You by Lisa Jewell

Silver in the Wood by Emily Tesh


Middle Grade

Caterpillar Summer by Gillian McDunn

My Fate According to the Butterfly by Gail D. Villanueva

Just South of Home by Karen Strong


Young Adult (only added recently because I forgot to add it when I heard about it)

Shout by Laurie Halse Anderson


Do you use Goodreads? What are some recent additions to your TBR list you found?




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13 responses to “{Top Ten Tuesday} Recent TBR Additions (Or, How Goodreads Got Me Again)

    • Leah

      Goodreads is great, but it has gotten me so many times. LOL.

      Yay about Silver in the Wood! I’m glad to spread the word about upcoming books. 🙂

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