The theme for Top Ten Tuesday this week is “10 Books Randomly Grabbed from My Shelf.” If I didn’t know before, I know now that I have a lot of books on my bookshelf.
I spent most of my time during this activity picking up all of the books that I knocked over. Since I couldn’t find a wand, I used a microphone to pick out the random books. The cats were definitely scared away by the chaos.
Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by Jana at That Artsy Reader Girl. Visit her blog to see links to other blogs and to add your link. I cannot wait to see everyone’s random books.
I am slowly working my way through the rest of the books in Gregory’s series. So far I have read about five with several more to go.
Should I be embarrassed that I own this book? It is what is is I guess. 🙂
I cannot remember what happened to the book cover. It was lost way before this evening’s bookshelf chaos.
Those Jane Austen editions are sure pretty! May be some books I need on my shelf even though I’ve only ever read one Austen novel. 😉
They are pretty. I got them at Books A Million – about 3 years ago. 🙂 It’s not too late to read one.
I plan to read Mansfield Park this year. What edition are that? I’ve never seen them.
And that Amy Tan book cover is gorgeous!
The Jane Austen books featured in this post were published by Arcturus Publishing in 2018. I bought them at Books a Million a few years ago. 🙂
I wish that I still had the Amy Tan book cover. It’s so beautiful!
Roots was such an interesting read.
My post: https://lydiaschoch.com/top-ten-tuesday-the-first-10-books-i-randomly-grabbed-from-my-shelf/
Ooh, those are nice Jane Austen covers 😍 The cover for Black Eyed Susans is also gorgeous and it makes me curious about the book too. Great stack!
I really love the covers too! Very colorful. Luckily I found Black-Eyed Susans at a library sale. Almost got shushed for being so excited. 🙂
Breaking Dawn! I have that one on my shelf, too. I bet a lot of us do.
I bet so too! lol 🙂
Funny enough, I just checked BLACK-EYED SUSANS out from the library the other day. It sounds like a good read!