Teaser Tuesdays is a weekly meme hosted by MizB of Should Be Reading, here are the rules:
* Grab your current read
* Open to a random page
* Share two "teaser" sentences from somewhere on the page
* BE CAREFUL NOT TO INCLUDE SPOILERS! (Make sure what you choose to share doesn't give to much away, you don't want to ruin it for others!)
* Share the title & author, so that other TT participants can add the book to their TBR lists if they like your teaser!
"I've never begged a girl for anything in my life, but nothing about this memorial is going to be easy. With Harper there…I don't know. Maybe it won't be so bad." (pg. 154)
Top Ten Tuesdays is a great weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish, where you get to share fun book related topic top ten lists. It is also another great meme for finding great new books, authors and blogs!
This week is a Tuesday Rewind, where you get to choose from any previous topic, I chose…
Top Ten Books You'd Like to Reread
(if only I had the time, and a smaller TBR pile!)
So, in no particular order, here is my list of books I'd like to find the time to reread:
The entire series because it was so amazing and is still to this day one of my all time favorite reads.
Again I'd have to say the entire Lioness Rampant series, because these were also amazing and still remain some of my favorite books even though I first read them as a child.
I first read this book in high school, and fell in love with Mr. Darcy and Lizzie Bennet. I wanted my own Mr. Darcy, it also got me started on my love of Brit Lit and all things Austen.
After reading all the Austen I could, I had this book recommended to my by our school librarian. I decided to read it for a class, but I ended up loving it and writing a paper on it because I loved discussing it so much.
I read these as a kid, and I remember loving the series, but I honestly don't recall a lot of it anymore. I'd love to reread and appreciate them all over again.
I loved this series (the Heather Wells series) by Ms. Cabot, it helped to cement my love of all things by Meg Cabot. The story is just so funny and fun, I would love to reread and experience the characters all over again.
Well 1. I love Jennifer Crusie books, they are the best romantic comedies and 2. the new cover has a dachshund on it - a doxie?! Yes, I need to reread it (and yes I bought the new addition just so I could have the dachshund cover!)
Loved these! The characters, the drama, the mystery and "secrets". I had so much fun reading these, and they are the reason Ms. Peterfreund is on my auto buy list.
These were so fun! I love heist movies, books and I had never read a YA heist book: it was so good and it was a series! Ally Carter did a fabulous job (as always) and these are such a great fun, pick me up read, I really want to reread them all.
Loved this book, it was so fun and it made me laugh out loud at several parts. I have actually reread this one before, but I'd love to read it again for the light-hearted good time it provides.
I love Gone With the Wind. Love it. I loved the movie, and in high school I thought "Hmm..the book is pretty much always better than the movie, I should read that." - and guess what? Yep, the book was 10x better than the movie (which I love) and had so many great new details and pieces that did not make the movie version.
This Contemporary YA Romance is one of my absolute favorites, I loved the male lead. This book is so sweet, and it's been long enough that I really don't remember what happened.
Okay, so that was actually 12. So I guess I made a top 12 list, I thought this was going to be easy and I'd only be able to come up with 10 at most. Then I came up with about 20 and finally forced it down to 12. So, next time I'll aim to hit just ten. :)
How about you - what were your Teasers or Top Tens this Tuesday? Feel free to comment and leave a link to your Teaser and/or Top Ten below so I can visit and check it out!
Tale of Two Doxies