Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Books I’ve Read So Far in 2015

Each week, The Broke and The Bookish holds Top Ten Tuesday, a weekly booking meme. This week, we’re talking about our favorite books that we’ve read thus far in 2015.

I’ve been reading pretty voraciously recently. In the wake of leaving grad school and finally being able to read for pleasure again, I’ve often had several books going at one time. Here are some of the books I’ve loved so far:




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  1. That is a nice collection. And you can thank Luther for me seeing this. He shared it on Twitter and I followed the link, because I was curious about what you’ve been reading lately.

    Note to self: Share more of Luther. Interact with Luther more on Twitter. Pay better attention to what my sister is reading and publishing. LOL.

    I gotta get back on that Tolkien horse soon. Not sure we can get through the year without me finishing Bilbo. Any thoughts about where I should pick it back up? Should I mine the later chapters of The Hobbit for more gold, or just go straight to LOTR??

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    1. I would just head straight to LOTR *unless* there is something in The Hobbit that you want to talk about but haven’t yet. In that case, go for The Hobbit.

      I’ve got to start paying better attention to lots of things. I think it’s time I re-structured some of my bookmarks and lists and whatnot to make the work flow of keeping up an easier thing to do.

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  2. I cannot read more than one book at a time. Or rarely. I sometimes have a book of short stories or light stuff on my phone for the times when I am caught with time and no Kindle. Other than that, I really cannot let go of one book long enough to concentrate on another. I don’t know how people do it. I have several friends that always have two or three books going.

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    1. I used to read one book at a time, but these days I read 3 or 4 at a time. I got used to the concept in grad school. As long as the books a very different, I can easily keep track, and sometimes my mood jumps from one sort of book to another. πŸ™‚


    1. Yeah, I really loved Through the Woods. Just the right amount of spooky.

      The Ransom Riggs books are really good—they are very weird, though. Weird is good. lol


        1. haha…That was what I would’ve guessed, though I was trying to decide between both Gaimans or Sandman and Horns.


        2. Husband likes the ambiance of lamps, but I need lots of light to read (bad eyes), so I switch over to the Nook at nighttime most nights, and read hard-copies during the day.


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