Friday, 24 July 2020

Book Blogger Hop - July 24th - 30th

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What are the top books on your TBR pile?
This week's prompt submitted by Billy @ Coffee Addicted Writer.

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  Billy's Answer

It depends on your definition of TBR. The top books in my To-Be-Reviewed pile are The Tinderbox by Beverly Lewis and The Number of Love by Roseanna M. White. As for my To-Be-Read pile, there are too many titles. The first book is Outlander by Diana Gabaldon, which is a novel I started reading several years ago. The other Outlander novels are also in this pile. Hopefully, I'll have time to read the series one of these days.

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  1. I found this quite a tricky question to answer. I went with which books on my to read shelf are my top priority.
    I haven't read the Outlander books either, but they have been recommended to me on numerous occasions.
    Hope you have a good weekend.

    1. I own all the books in the series, so far, except for the Lord John Gay novellas.

  2. I read the first Outlander book back in 1999 when I think it was still called Cross Stitch, never gotten around to properly reading the rest! I feel I should as the Outlander bus tour goes through my town.

    Have a good week.

    1. I had to "google" this. Outlander was first printed in the UK, Australia, and New Zealand as "Cross Stitch." The title was changed for the USA release.

  3. Well when I wrote my post I was trying to get some series finished up, but since then I've gotten a few review books that interrupted that spree. But once I finish my review books I will go back to trying to get some completed series finished.

    Here's my BBH

    Have a GREAT day!

    Old Follower :)

  4. My To Be Read consists of so many books for so many reasons, so I picked a couple of authors whose back catalogue I want to finish reading. Tackling my TBR pile sometimes feels more scary than visiting the dentist 😂

  5. Yes it was a tricky one to answer! I have several TBR piles for different reasons... :)

    Here is my Friday post! Have a great weekend!

  6. Man, reading the Outlander series! I read The Fiery Cross, but I still need to read the Lord John stories yet, and it's kept me stuck for years! Good luck!

  7. I listed the first two books I saw that I haven't read.


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