Today’s question is: What’s on your to-read list?
And I want to counter with, “What’s not?”
I have 683 books on my to-read list, which is really five lists, spanning the patience Evernote has for my endless screenshots. Evernote does not actually contain the majority of my screenshots, which comprise the majority of my 2000 photos, which only goes as far back as March. Bear in mind I got my original 5S back in September 2014, and the photos spanning from that time to March are LOST TO ME. We will NOT discuss the fact that they were lost to me because SOMEONE BRILLIANT decided not only to drop her phone in a toilet, but to then try turning it on.
If no one has ever told you this, please know water and electricity do not mix because IONS. Not, of course, that I have ANY EXPERIENCE WITH THAT WHATSOEVER.
Here are the top things on my to-read list, and by that I mean things I want to read so badly I will put off reading them for months because I am enjoying the anticipation of them too much to actually read them. See also: psychotic. Hashtag help me.
one • gone without a trace by patricia bradley
There is actually nothing I love more than a good romantic suspense, and Patricia Bradley does them well. The series begins with Shadows of the Past and A Promise to Protect.
two • love’s fortune by laura frantz
There is actually nothing I love next to romantic suspense the way I do a good historical romance. I really liked the first book in this series, Love’s Reckoning, but I loved the second, Love’s Awakening. The title is perfect, the cover is gorgeous, and it has some of the few words I’ve been able to remember right off (I have a terrible mind for quotes): “I’m in love with Jack Turlock and he’s leaving in the morning.” Mhm. You tell your father, Ellie. His response? A calm, “I ken.” Well, I die.
There’s probably zero chance Love’s Fortune will remotely compare but I am also willing to believe anything possible of Laura Frantz given she wrote Love’s Awakening, so there’s that.
three • simply tuesday by emily p. freeman
I might actually start reading this tomorrow given when I looked it up right quick, it bullet-pointed everything I’m craving as criteria to read the book. For those of you who watched my first Periscope on sacrifices that don’t please God, He made it real clear with the
plague I contracted cold I had at Influence that I couldn’t do ALL THE THINGS anymore. You could say, at the very least, this book is timely.
four • a million little ways by emily p. freeman
I will probably read this right after Simply Tuesday. Also, we are not going to talk about the fact that I bought this book the day it released. Even if it’s a true fact.
What’s on your to-read list?