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Top 5 Tuesday: Top 5 books on my 2018 bucket list

Hello friends and fellow book lovers! It’s finally time for another Top 5 Tuesday post, the first of 2018. As per usual, Shanah came up with some awesome topics for this month and I can’t wait to tackle all of them. This one is an especially cool one and a post idea I actually had.

Thank goodness it’s now a Top 5 Tuesday post, though! If you want to participate in Top 5 Tuesday, all you have to do is fill out the prompt, make a post and then pingback to Shanah’s blog. Make sure you pingback to one of her posts and not just her blog.

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5. Foolish Hearts by Emma Mills

One of my favorite booktubers, Jane Lindsey has been raving about Emma Mills all year and I feel like I’m missing out so much. I really trust Jane’s opinion and she makes it sounds like Mills has such an awesome writing style. Considering how much I love contemporaries, there’s no way I won’t enjoy her work.

The obvious reason why I want to read her is that we share the same last name. It’s such a weird coincidence but still cool. I’m crossing my fingers I love this book as much as Jane does and fall in love with Mills’ writing.

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4. The Female of the Species by Mindy McGinnis

Feels like I’ve been hearing a lot of people talk about this book. Whether it’s the blogosphere, booktube or friends, this book has been everywhere. This will also be my first time reading Mindy McGinnis, I haven’t heard much about her writing style but have heard she writes some strange books.

Regardless, I’ve heard it’s a feminist novel so I’m crossing my fingers I love it. I’m always down for a fun, feminist read and this looks like it’s right up my alley. I can only hope I love it as much as everyone else does. Even if I don’t, hopefully, I don’t despise it as much as others do lol!

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3. The Harry Potter series by J.K. Rowling

Do I really need to go into detail with this one? Almost everyone in the world has read Harry Potter and fallen in love with it. I have yet to read them or watch the movies minus one I got for Christmas many years ago.

I also included this as one of my bookish goals for the year. The good news is a lady I work with is letting me borrow her copies. I’m hoping to finish a book a month and get them back to her by summer. Even if I don’t, I just want to have the entire series read before the end of the year. 🙂

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2. Anything by Ta-Nehisi Coates

Maybe this is cheating, but I’ve been thinking about reading Ta-Nehisi Coates for a long time. I’ve watched a few interviews he did and listening to him talk has me so excited to read some of his work. Currently, he only has a few books out but he wrote a Black Panther comic series so I could really read anything.

I’m just excited to read his work and finally say I’ve read something by him. I’m also planning on doing a buddy read with Ally so maybe we’ll pick up this one or maybe Eight Years in Power. Who knows? All I know is I have to read something by him before 2018 ends!!

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1. Long Way Down by Jason Reynolds

Have I mentioned I love Jason Reynolds? Maybe a few times, but I really do love him, his writing style and everything I’ve read by him. It’s only one book, but shhh. I already know I’ll love anything else he writes.

I really wanted this book for Christmas but didn’t get it. Thank goodness for gift cards so I can pick it up. I’m excited to read another book of his and I’ve heard such awesome things about this book. I don’t know too much about it besides it’s written in verse and I’ve never read a book like that. Fingers crossed I love it as much as I loved All-American Boys.

What are some of your books on your 2018 bucket list? This is such an awesome topic and I can’t wait to hear your answers in the comments/see your posts! 

 

17 thoughts on “Top 5 Tuesday: Top 5 books on my 2018 bucket list

    1. Thank you! I am too and I can’t wait to see if I love it as much as I loved All-American Boys. I fell in love with Jason Reynolds in 2017 and I can’t wait to read more of his work. 🙂

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