Here‘s my #Top6Reads of the year so far. It‘s been a great reading year.
I think I‘m probably the last litten to post their #Top6Reads of 2019 so far. Took me a bit to narrow it down, according to my GoodReads challenge, I‘ve read 68 books since Jan 1st. Rating them 1-6 is -Neuromancer(fantastic), All Systems Red(Murderbot rules), Chernobyl(nuclear nightmare), Song Of Achilles(Greek love), Ruby Ridge(scary siege) & Six Of Crows(Oceans11 on ice). Highly recommend all six! 10⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
I was tagged by two incredibly terrific Littens who I‘m so grateful and blessed to be friends with ☺️, @kspenmoll and @ju.ca.no 🤗! Grateful to another special Litten as well, the one who started this hashtag, the legendary @Cinfhen 🤗! Sorry it took me some time to get to this 🙈
These are my #Top6Reads so far this year! 😁 Tough decision to make since I‘ve read many great ones not here, like Pachinko!
I think everyone‘s been tagged by now. 😆
A bit late but thanks to @Tanisha_A for tagging me! Here are my #top6reads of the year so far! Saga are random - all the volumes are at top🙈
I tag @MrBook @Sarah83 @maralinchen and @Moony and hope you havn‘t been tagged before🙈
Here are my #top6reads from 2019 so far, in the order I read them. This was definitely an interesting exercise for me. It looks like Becoming and Normal People made lots of littens‘ lists.
Thanks for a fun hashtag @Cinfhen and for the tag @BarbaraBB! If you haven‘t done it yet, feel free to join in.
#LilithJuly This slim little volume of interconnected stories all revolve around airplane travel. Each chapter is headed by airport destinations and the stories start and end at the previous destination. I was hooked from the very first “flight “ and delighted with each encounter. It‘s not available until September but reserve your #WindowSeat now 😜 #NetGalley #ARC
My #top6reads of 2019 so far are surprising to me. Not only is there only one horror novel on the list, but there's a massive western as well as two non-fics. I rarely ever read non-fic, and when I do I never count them as favorites. I'm a little half way done with my goal for 2019, and I'm interested to see if my trajectory of reading nontypical genres will stick.
I‘m not a statistician so don‘t hold me to my calculations, but according to my findings these are the Littens #Top6Reads so far in 2019. Almost all female authors! Thanks to everyone who shared their lists, my TBR has once again reached epic proportions. It was great seeing all the different titles and I‘m excited to see what the second half of the reading year produces.