Hello people! I hope you all are safe and happy, and that you are enjoying this new month! Today I am back with this meme, so I won’t waste any more time!
The book community is an amazing place, where you can discover good book after good book. Yes, the community is not the only meaning to discover new books, but it’s one of the most pleasant and rich. And the additions to my TBR are always a lot when I frequent the book community (blog, Twitter, Goodreads, or Instagram. On every platform this is the best way to discover new books!) so I thought it would be nice to share some appreciation for the hard work that sometimes promoting our favorite reading could be!
I have to say that I won’t always be able to say where I discovered all the books that I mentioned, but all the books I would mention in this meme are books that I discovered thanks to you all. It could be a review, a can’t wait Wednesday, a tweet, a post somewhere. It’s not important what, just know that I have you to thanks to making me discover new books!
This year I am pretty happy, because so far in this meme I have got a selection of different books. And even if I love fantasy and sci-fi, from time to time I love to try something new (and let’s be honest, even between fantasy and sci-fi books there is always something new!) so I am quite happy with the books I have added so far to my TBR thanks to the bookcommunity! And let’s meet today’s protagonists! Bridge of Birds is here thanks to Ola’s beautiful review. Then we have a book that was on my radar, but that now I really need, thanks to Tammy’s review. Really. How can I resist after reading that??? Maddalena made me discovery a new series that really seems interesting. Sure, I discovered it when she reviewed the 8th book, so I am a bit late, but hey! Better later than never! A Lair of Bones is a book with a theme that is becoming quite popular lately (aka “you see it everywhere”) but I was quite curious about it, thanks to Kyla’s words! And last but not least, The Guncle thanks to Inkish Kingdoms’ review. This book seems quite interesting, and funny too. And I am mighty curious!
And what do you think? Have you read some of them? And which are the new entries in your TBR? Let me know!