My Name In Books

Last year I spotted a great quick tag that Steph had posted over on her blog ALITTLEBUTALOT. It was a post she’d seen on Aoife’s blog Pretty Purple Polka Dots. It’s a basic tag but I thought I want to do this! It’s only taken me since the end of October to actually get on with it!

As part of the My Life In Books Tag I did back in April I listed books I had previously read that made up my name, this time I’m naming books I’ve yet to read but really want to, hopefully by the end of the year I’ll have managed to read them all!

You can check out Steph and Aoife’s original posts here and here

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Sin Eater’s Daughter by Melinda Salisbury

All Rights Reserved by Gregory Scott Katsoulis

Royal Bastards by Andrew Shvarts

Am I Normal Yet? by Holly Bourne

Hangman by Daniel Cole

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So there we are, 5 books for me to read by the end of the year, so far I only own the one, Daniel Cole’s Hangman which I was approved for on NetGalley the other day. Let me know what you think of my choices!

With Love Sarah

11 thoughts on “My Name In Books

  1. Donna

    I’m shocked you haven’t read Mel or Holly yet! Both those books are definitely worth getting hold of though (although I still think The Sleeping Prince is better than The Sin Eater’s Daughter). I really want to read Royal Bastards too – it sounds right up my street!

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    1. Sarah

      I know, everyone has been telling me! I’ve just had so many books to read I’ve not got to them yet.

      I really want to get to Royal Bastards before the sequel comes out this year though.

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      1. Donna

        I mean, we all know there’s no such thing as too many books, but sometimes there really are too many! I think it’s so much harder as a blogger to commit to backlist titles too, because you want to be reading the new shinier instead!

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    1. Sarah

      I’d definitely pick up Ragdoll first if you haven’t read it yet, as I believe Hangman is meant to follow on from it, so it might not make sense, or at least be enjoyable if you’ve not read the first book.

      If you do the tag I’d love to see your post!

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