The topic this week on Top 10 Tuesday is ‘Top 10 books on your fall TBR list’. I will grab this opportunity to write about the 10 books that I have with me and am eager to read, at the moment.
Here we go:
1. Further Under The Duvet – Marian Keyes
I quite enjoyed reading Marian Keyes’ non-fiction book Under The Duvet, a collection of essays by her, published in various newspapers and magazines. I have been able to get a copy of the sequel, Further Under The Duvet, which seems to be another enjoyable read. Can’t wait to read it!
2. The Hat Shop On The Corner – Marita Conlon-Mc Kenna
I have been wanting to read The Hat Shop On The Corner for quite some time now. I couldn’t find a copy anywhere, but last week I managed to get hold of a Kindle copy.
3. The Not-So-Secret E-mails Of Coco Pinchard – Robert Bryndza
This one was available for free on Kindle a few days ago, and it sounded like super fun. I have downloaded it, and am looking forward to read it now.
4. The Language Of Baklava – Diana Abu-Jaber
I have waited to read this foodie memoir for oh-so-long! It sounded delicious, but I couldn’t find a copy that didn’t cost the earth. Finally, I did, some time ago.
5. Eating India: An Odyssey Into The Food And Culture Of The Land Of Spices – Chitrita Banerji
I have been intrigued by this book ever since I read about it on Smitha’s blog. Another foodie book, yes! I got my hands on a Kindle copy recently, and am eager to go with it.
6. Baking Cakes In Kigali – Gaile Parkin
This book sounds so quaint and interesting, and I have heard loads of good things about it, too. I have had it on my Kindle for quite some time now, and I guess it is time to read it.
7. The Supreme Macaroni Company – Adriana Trigiani
I enjoyed reading the first two books in Adriana Trigiani’s Valentine series – Very Valentine and Brava Valentine. The sweet GB sent me the third book in the series, The Supreme Macaroni Company, some time ago, but I haven’t gotten around to reading it yet. I have heard that the third book is a let-down, but I so want to find out what happens in the end. So, read it I will, even if it might prove to be a disappointment.
8. When You Look Like Your Passport Photo, It’s Time To Go Home – Erma Bombeck
I loved the sound of this book, the minute I heard about it, and added it to my TBR list. On a lucky day, I found a Kindle version of the book as well. I can’t wait to start reading this one!
I have had this book with me for ages now, but never read it. I chanced upon it recently, while cleaning up my bookshelf, and was intrigued by it all over it. I think I should read it now, when I am still in the ‘intrigued-by-it’ mode.
10. Busy Woman Seeks Wife – Annie Sanders
I picked up this book for a bargain at a second-hand bookstore recently, because I felt it would make for a fun, light read. Now is the time to read this one, too!
Which books are on your immediate TBR list? Tell me, I’d love to know!