Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish and is hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. This week’s prompt is the most recent additions to my shelves. I tried to be really good with my book buying this month, so quite a few of these are from November but let’s get into it.
All the Tears in China (Rowland Sinclair #9) by Sulari Gentill
I’ve been talking about this series in basically every post I’ve done lately, but I just discovered it and immediately fell in love. I’m only up to book three right now but I saw this one secondhand and had to grab it.
The Treehouse Library (Pages & Co #5) by Anna James
I was recently thinking about how long it’d been since a new Pages & Co book had come out so I went to check and found that this one had come out in October and that I’d just completely missed it. I’m hoping to get to this one early in 2023.
The House on Mango Street by Sandra Cisneros
I got this one as a Christmas gift from my lovely friend, Meredith. I’ve been wanting this one for ages but I’d just never picked it up. I’m so excited to have it now.
Shipwrecked (Spoiler Alert #3) by Olivia Dade
This was also a gift, but from my best friend Mel. I’ve been talking a lot about Olivia Dade this year—she was definitely a favourite new-to-me author this year and I loved the first two books in this series. Honestly, to say I’m excited about this one would be an understatement.
All Our Yesterdays by Natalia Ginzburg
I picked this one up on a bit of a whim. I’ve been interesting in reading Natalia Ginzburg for a while and just decided one day that I’d pick this one up.
Vista Chinesa by Tatiana Salem Levy / In the Shadow of the Mountain by Silvia Vasquez-Lavado
I received these two in a subscription box featuring South American authors. Vista Chinesa is a fiction story based on a real event of a woman’s experience of assault during the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. While In the Shadow of the Mountain is Vasquez-Lavado’s memoir of attempting to climb Everest with a group of other women beside her. Both sound absolutely fantastic.
Two Wrongs Make A Right by Chloe Liese
Chloe Liese is one of my favourite romance authors, so obviously, I had to get her newest book ASAP. I’m holding off reading this for a few more weeks because I wanted to make sure I finished off some things before the end of the year, but I’ll definitely be picking this up in early 2023.
Lore Olympus: Volume 3 by Rachel Smythe
I picked this one up on the same day, and I read it pretty much right away. I absolutely loved volumes one and two, but this one was really disappointing. I’m sad about that, but at least it didn’t stick around on my TBR for too long.
A Lady for a Duke by Alexis Hall
I bought this one while out bookshopping with Meredith and two of our other booktube friends, Kat and Zoe. Meredith pointed this out to me and I immediately had to buy it. It’s another one I’m hoping to read in early 2023.
And that’s it. What have you bought recently?