Happy Tuesday! I have more books that I want to read right now than time to read them, so adding to my reading list would be folly. However, if more of these kinds of these books hit the shelves, I don’t think I would be able to resist them.
- More YA books told by multiple female perspectives, like the Burn for Burn trilogy by Jenny Han and Siobahn Vivian.
- A book where everyone thinks the world is going to end, but then it doesn’t and people need to deal with the aftermath.
- A Louisa May Alcott retelling that’s not Little Women. I’d love to see a modern take on Rose In Bloom or An Old-Fashioned Girl.
- A road trip romance, like Amy and Roger’s Epic Detour by Morgan Matson.
- Historical YA set in Tudor England – so here for all things Queen Elizabeth I.
- Romance novels with a feminist angle.
- Fantasy with a completely new/unique magic system.
- More nonfiction/memoirs about marriage (or lack thereof) demographics/customs/changes in the vein of All the Single Ladies, by Rebecca Traister, or Spinster, by Kate Bolick.
- An #ownvoices beach read by a PoC author.
- Sister books! I know there are *a lot* of these already in existence. But I always want more!
Thanks to The Broke and the Bookish for hosting this weekly book meme!
6 thoughts on “Top Ten Things On My Reading WishList”
Amy and Roger’s Epic Detour is the only book I haven’t read by Morgan Matson, but I keep meaning too. I love road trip books too, so you may have finally pushed me to start with this one first.
If you like road trip books you should really read Amy and Roger. You will love it!
Totally with you on multiple POV like Burn for Burn. I really enjoyed that series!
Yeah, i want more of that. So often multi-narrator books center on romance (which I like) but I loved how complicated the girls’ relationship with each other was explored in that series.
I love sister books and I love the idea of a retelling of Rose in Bloom! Have you read Tessa Dare? I just read one of her historicals and was surprised by the feminist angle. I don’t think it’s particularly realistic but it was a lot of fun!
I don’t think I’ve read Tessa Dare, although she’s definitely been on my radar for awhile! Thanks for the rec!