I am going to attempt not to be overly repetitive here. Which is difficult because I still REALLY want to read the books from my Top Ten Books I'm For Sure Going to Read in The First Half Of 2017 list, my Top Ten 2017 Debuts I'm Excited For list, and my Top Ten 2016 Releases I Meant To Read But Didn't Get To list. Well, I have gotten to some of the books of course but as usual the world spins and I add more books to my TBR pile. It is the way of things. There is always another book coming...
by Caela Carter
“The blood pumping through her veins when she landed a vault like that one always felt like exclamation points.”
After Lessons in Falling by Diana Gallagher I am on the search for a satisfying gymnastics book. And the cover is beautiful.
by Tiffany D. Jackson
“Well, people tend not to think clearly when a black girl is suspected of killing a little white girl,”
Omg, this premise. The main character is babysitting when a baby dies and ends up in jail for kids for six years. But what really happened. I am disturbed and creeped out already. Also, I love the cover.
Tell Me Three Things
by Julie Buxbaum
“Just because you're strong doesn't mean you shouldn't ask for help sometimes. Remember that.”
There are waffles on the cover and I am hungry now and gimmee. However, I have a suspicion about who the secret love interest is from reading the blurb and I had better not be right.
by Jennifer E. Smith
“We have all sorts of words that could describe us. But we get to choose which ones are most important.”
I have liked Jennifer E. Smiths other books and that was enough for me to add this to the this even without the beautiful cover. Something, something, romance, lottery tickets, luck.
The Blazing Star
by Imani Josey
"Look!" he said. "I have cured her sour disposition. My debt is almost repaid.”
*gasp THIS COVER. THIS COVER. THIS COVER. I am looking forward to the actual story but THE COVER has blinded me to everything else. But also, see above: sass. I am here for it.
Girl Against the Universe
by Paula Stokes
“How can something feel so crucial in the moment and then seem completely trivial after the fact?”
A book about PTSD recovery. I don't think that I have read any of this author's books but I am definitly looking forward to this one.
The Upside of Unrequited
by Becky Albertalli
I have immense love for Simon Vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda so I am breathlessly awaiting this one. April is much too far away.