Top Ten Tuesday is an original feature/weekly meme created by The Broke and the Bookish.
To take part, just pick your top ten, and add the link here.
In honor of 5 years of Top Ten Tuesday (our first Top Ten Tuesday debuted June 21, 2010)
I have only been doing Top Ten Tuesday since December,
so I will be choosing my favorites since then.
As always these are in no particular order.
Ten Favorite Heroines 2/23/15
If only I could be as awesome as these favorites. Alas, I am not.
Ten Likes/Dislikes when it comes to Romance 2/10/15
This one was a lot of fun. I had a few months were I was only reading Contemporary Romance, so I had a lot of experience discovering the things I loved and hated about the genre.
Ten Books Which Feature Characters who Kick-ass 4/27/15
Most of the books that are my favorites have a lot of K.A characters in it.
Ten Authors I Really Want to Meet 5/11/15
I had a really hard time narrowing this down to just 10.
Ten Character's I'd Like to Check in With 4/6/15
I love thinking about beloved characters and their lives after their stories are over.
Ten Goals/Resolutions for 2015 12/30/14
The topic that started it all for me. I think I started with this one, because it was either the first one I saw, or it spoke to me. I needed to set goals for myself in the new year, and I think, so far, I have kept most of them.
Ten Books I'd Love to Read With My Book Club (If I Had One) 1/27/15
This topic kind of made me want to start a book club, that way I could make people read indie books that I love.
Ten Book Related Problems 2/16/15
Admitting these problems was nice. I was able to see what problems I was creating for myself in the bookish universe, and fix (some of) those problems, hopefully.
Ten Inspiring Quotes 4/3/15
This one made me think. It also pointed out that I was reading a lot of books that didn't really make me think one way or another about anything, and made me want to change that.
Ten Books I'll Probably Never Read 5/4/15
Honestly, this topic was kind of fun, "vocalizing" the books I know I will never read was really helpful as well.