Top Ten Tuesday: 10 Releases from 2014 that I Meant to Read

First, a huge thank you to everyone who participated in Weekend Coffee Share this weekend. We had 29 coffee posts on the link-up, numerous tweets and retweets, and the Monster had its best ever day for views—even better than the day we were Freshly Pressed.

And now, for Top Ten Tuesday. 🙂

Each week, The Broke and the Bookish hosts Top Ten Tuesday, a weekly booking meme. This week, we’re discussing books released in 2014 that we wanted to read but didn’t have a chance to. For me that includes a huge number of books–I spent most of the year reading required texts and hadn’t much time for new releases. Now, I get to change that, and so here are 10 that I’m most looking forward to reading that I missed:




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    1. Hm. Were you bored by the plot, annoyed at sentence structure, just not interested? I’m always curious about what makes people actively put down a book.


      1. You know, I read it so long ago that I don’t remember. I think it was a slow moving plot that I didn’t get sucked into enough to continue reading. I think I had an issue with the writing style, too, but I can’t remember.

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    1. I know—it’s unbelievable how many books are out now. It’s like films—the more adept we get at producing the physical object, the more creatives get their work out there, and that’s fantastic—but so much reading!

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  1. I like your collage! Just based on title, I want to read “Bad Feminist”. And based on cover I want to read “Through the Woods”.


    1. Thanks! They’re surprisingly easy to make on Pixlr, which is an online photo editor.

      I’ve heard really good things about both of those books, but especially about Through the Woods. Lots of people talking about that one, and I can’t wait to get my hands on it.


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