This meme is brought to you today via The Broke and the Bookish and this week’s topic: Top Ten Best Books Of 2016 (you choose — best books overall of what you read regardless of pub date, of a particular genre, 2016 debuts, 2016 releases, etc)
I have chosen to do the Top Ten Books of 2016 That I Have Read — no particular genre and not all 2016 releases.
I loved this book and eagerly await the next book in the series, due to release in July 2017.
This is a great romance story that includes some great characters and a bit of humor.
This is an altogether sweet romance story with a wonderfully chivalrous gentleman.
Another wonderful romance story between two unlikely characters, but not a perfect romance. This one is realistic with some bumps along the way.
My first steampunk read and I really enjoyed it and can’t wait to read the rest of this series.
This is the first book I’ve read by Charles Martin. Mr. Martin creates rich characters and spins a wonderful story. I look forward to reading more of his works.
Although I do not like the style in which this book is written — serialized, where the story line flows continuously through the books in the series, heavily connecting the books, I did enjoy the characters and the story line and do look forward to reading the rest of the series. However, if Ms. Smith continues to write in this style, I probably will not read her future works beyond this series.
A good writer never stops learning and seeking to improve their craft, and I enjoy studying books on the craft of writing by James Scott Bell.
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These are my four favorite books in the Love Comes Softly series by Janette Oke, but I thoroughly enjoyed the entire series.
What books are on your list of Top Ten Reads of 2016?
8 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday”
That Shelly Adina book has been on my list for ages but I’ve never gotten around to reading it. Maybe in 2017!
I’m sure you won’t be disappointed in the Shelly Adina, but you may find yourself wanting to read the rest of the series. 🙂
That last one sounds very useful!
I’m glad you dropped by and left a comment. Yes, Revision and Self-Editing for Publication is very useful, especially for someone who is planning on indie publishing.
The cover to Unblemished is absolutely gorgeous! I’ll have to check it out 🙂
Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment and the link to your TTT, which made my TBR grow. 🙂
Oh man, I haven’t read a Janette Oke book in years! I remember loving the Love Comes Softly series!
Yeah, I would say those are classic. I haven’t read any of her newer stuff. There are just so many new books all of the time. My TBR is NEVERENDING! 🙂