10 Series I Need to Start Stop Putting Off
I’ve been putting off writing this one because I couldn’t think of any series that I’ve been wanting to start, and haven’t. Well, how wrong was I, because I wound up with about 30 to choose from. I didn’t realize I’ve had my eye on so many, and yet to start them.
Thank goodness for Top Ten Tuesday for opening my eyes!
1. Night Angel by Brent Weeks
I’ve been wanting to read this one for years, but it’s so hard to take on something this long. I really need to cut the fear and just do it. I used to read them like breathing, I need to find that again.
2. Immemorial Year by TJ Klune
I’m trying to work my way through TJ’s backlist, and I think this is the one I want to read next. I’ve heard really great things about it, I know I’m going to love it.
3. The Gold Seer Trilogy by Rae Carson
I love the cover of this one. I think that’s the main reason I want to read it so bad. They’re so gorgeous!
4. Firebird by Claudia Gray
Everyone raves about this series and so far I’ve only felt mediocre about her writing. I think this one looks really interesting, and I’ve only heard good things.
5. A Charm of Magpies by KJ Charles
I’ve read quite a few books by KJ Charles now, and yet I haven’t started this first series by her. It’s been on my to read shelf for so long, and I really just need to stop delaying it.
6. Whyborne & Griffin by Jordan L Hawk
I’ve picked up this book so many times, but always put it back down in favor of something else. I’m not sure why. It’s historical, M/M, and paranormal. That’s a recipe for success.
7. Dancing by Heidi Cullinan
This is another series that I think has the most gorgeous covers. I love the motion in the photography. They’re stunning. Plus, it’s Heidi Cullinan and so far I’ve loved everything she’s written.
8. The Kingkiller Chronicle by Patrick Rothfuss
I already own this book in print, but just like the Brent Weeks book, I’m finding it hard to start because of the size. Large books are intimidating these days.
9. Gentleman Bastard by Scott Lynch
See the above, because it’s exactly true of this one. I already own but starting it feels like a huge undertaking, so I just keep pushing it back.
10. Kingmaker Chronicles by Amanda Bouchet
This one popped on my radar pretty recently. Everyone is talking about how good it is, and I actually really like the cover. (Surprisingly since I don’t usually like covers like this.) I’ll probably try reading this one really soon.
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