Since I have been here on Hayley Reviews I’m pretty sure I haven’t done one of these sorts of posts but I’m hoping to do more from time to time.
Top Ten Tuesday was created in June 2010 by The Broke and the Bookish and was moved to The Artsy Reader Girl in 2018. It was born of a love of lists, a love of books and a desire to bring bookish friends together.
Recently I posted about my frustrations in agreeing to review things when there were piles of books that I’m itching to read so today I thought I would delve into that. I was going to say top ten authors I should get back to but I’m changing that to top ten books I should read as soon as possible.
I finally met a Louise at Simon & Schuster’s Spring evening I had missed her at Christmas so I was glad I got to say hello. I devoured The Swimming Pool from Louise the other year and sadly missed each event she done – which included my local library. I was hooked from the off so I’m hoping Our House will be the same. At the Spring event she read an extract and I was truly captivated.
I’m really ashamed that I still haven’t found the time to devour this gorgeous book. I know the quotes are going to make me smile as I have seen some from when Rowan was promoting it, I purchased it on a fab offer and it sits here still unread.
Having bungee on Rebecca and then Frenchman’s Creek I’m definitely a huge fan of Daphne and I keep saying I will read more. I have a copy of this as after I read Rebecca I went on a Daphne buying spree. Another book that’s sadly been shelved for too long. This needs to change.
When I first starting listening to Audibles I started where I had finished off with this series, I obviously didn’t get very far.
I purchased a gorgeous addition of To Kill A Mockingbird from Waterstones as I couldn’t remember if I had read it at school. I devoured the pages and was so eager for this book. I actually have this in print and audible and it’s still not been read.
Now this lady featured a lot over the years from my book blogging time. She was also one of my inspirations into vlogging which I haven’t done in a while. I’m ashamed to say I received this book the Christmas it had been released but obviously hadn’t got round to it, and then Christmas was gone. Bar the newest one of Miranda’s which I will be buddy reading with Catriona soon this is the only one of hers that I haven’t read.
I have truly loved this ladies other work. This book has had some truly gorgeous reviews and it went on a kindle offer which I took advantage of and it’s sadly still sat there. I know this one will need tissues but I believe it will be a beautiful rollercoaster.
This lady writes novels and short stories that resonate wholeheartedly with me. She’s also a boy band fangirl which means we have a mutual bond even though our favourites are different. An adorable lady who has been a friend to me also.
When I was studying A level English at school I discovered Ian McEwan and he gave me back my love for reading. I felt so bogged down from studying but Enduring Love brought me back I was reading further ahead than my class and what was expected as I just needed to know.
This is another classic me, I loved the sound of this I pre-ordered it and it’s still sat on my Kindle app unread.
Well that’s all from me folks I have truly enjoyed thinking of my varied selection some newish some really old. Have you read any of my choices and what one would you like to see me read and review???