The Newest Additions to My To-Be-Read List

Posted March 31, 2015 by Carlisa in Features, Top Ten Tuesday / 11 Comments

Top Ten Tuesday

If you know me, you know that I am always looking for new books to read. This is seriously a problem. I have around 175 books on my TBR list at the moment. But this week’s Top Ten Tuesday’s prompt is “Ten Books I Recently Added to my TBR list.” So to Goodreads I went and here are the ten most recent books I’ve added to my list!

Here are my choices! Disclaimer – there are only nine because number 10 is Heartless by Marissa Meyer…which I just discovered she’s writing. But, alas, it does not yet have a cover.

Have you read any of these books? Did any of them make your list too? Let me know!


  • Great list! All the bright places is such a great book. I have the ARC for At the water’s edge, but I still haven’t read it. Here is my top ten: http://bookbinges.blogspot.it/2015/03/top-ten-tuesday-my-tbr-list-hates-me.html

    • I’m glad you like it and I hope I’ll like it too! Thanks for the visit

  • Oh oh I want to read The Girl At Midnight too!! IT LOOKS INCREDIBLE. And I have read Since You’ve Been Gone and it’s equal parts adorable and heartwarming. Totally read it!! It perfectly represents shy people too, which is nice and refreshing. xD

    Here’s my TTT!

    • Shy people are my people so that sounds perfect! Haha. Thanks for the visit and the thoughts!

  • The Girl On The Train is also on my TTT; I can’t wait to read it! Happy reading. x

    • I’ve only heard good things about it! I hope it lives up to the hype! Thanks for the visit 🙂

  • christine danielle

    I got the girl at midnight on netgalley too.
    My Top Ten Tuesday

    • Awesome! Have you read it yet?

  • Jazz

    All The Bright Places is a good read if you can handle a serious topic like suicide. Happy readings 🙂

    My TTT https://jazminjade.wordpress.com/2015/03/31/top-ten-tuesday-recently-added-to-tbr-list/

    • I think that I’ll enjoy it…not that I enjoy thinking about suicide…but you know what I mean. Thanks for the visit!

  • Joann Downie

    An Uncertain Choice looks good, as I read Luther and Katharina by her which was really well written!!