Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Top Ten Tuesday: Favorite Books I Read Before I was a Blogger

So I keep seeing this all over the place and thought that I would give it a shot. Honestly I can't say that I'll actually remember to do one of these every Tuesday but this weeks topic I could do no problem. If your interested in giving it a shot yourself just visit The Broke and the Bookish, got to give credit where credit is due.

So this weeks topic is: Ten Favorite Books I Read Before I was a Blogger. The problem I'm having here is just picking ten books.

Demon at Deadnight by: A & E Kirk

Its been a while since I even looked at this book but every time I see it I remember how much I really enjoyed reading it. It is a whole lot of awesome.

Eville by Holand Peterson

Ha! That is the best way to explain this book in the shortest possible way. Funny as all get out.

Dark House by Karina Halle

This book was the start of a series love affair. I stalk the authors pages contently to see when the next book in the series will be released. That is saying a lot because I tend to avoid series or just forget about them because I read to much.

The Host by Stephenie Meyer

One of the only books you will ever hear me say I have read more then once. Its been said before and I'll say it again, the beginning is super confusing but if you push through it everything will make sense, I promise.

If you want to know if I liked the movie. . .the answer is a huge no. I was clued into the suckness of it when me and my husband were the only people in the movie theater a few days after it came out. It was all down hill from there.

The Spirit Thief by Rachel Aaron

If your looking for a new and interesting read this is your book. I had so much fun reading this book and it is one of the only series I have ever actually read to the end (you read that correct. . .all the books are out so you don't have to wait forever like I did).

Psycho Save Us by Chad Huskins

Disturbing. Best word for this book. I compare it to seeing a horrible car accident and not being able to look away. Your horrified at what is going on but can't stop reading because you need to know what the out come will be.

The Queens Blade by T.C. Southwell

I really loved this book. I love assassins and with the added affect of familiers made for a really interesting read. It has been years since I read this book and it still comes to mind.

Heller by JD Nixon

This is another of those funny books. A lot of really outragous stuff happens all the time. But there is still a serious side to things.

Isle of Wysteria: Make Like a Tree and Leaf by Aaron Lee Yeager

I will admit I only picked this book up because of the title. It make me laugh a little and I thought it would be worth checking out. It totally was, another of those books where it is a completely new idea.

Jack Kursed by Glenn Bullion

This book is crazy good. Its part of a series but I ended up reading them out of order, and honestly if it wasn't for Jack I don't think I would have ever read the books at all. He is just such an asshole and it is pretty much awesome.

I think I have actually featured a few of these book before. They are just so good they had to be put on here twice.


  1. Must check Eville, any book that can be summed up as Ha! sounds good to me. Interesting list, lots of new ones there for me.

  2. This is actually the first list where I haven't heard of any of the books (except for the host). A lot of the lists have about the same types of books on it, so this was very refreshing. I might have to check out some of them.

    - Camilla

    1. I'm really into reading books from Indie Authors. . .or just anything that barely has any reviews. I think you can find a lot of really good books buried under all the bad ones if you don't mind looking. It can be a little bit of a pain though, my husband stays away if I haven't found a decent read in a few days.


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