Today we are going to talk about book lists. I am a huge fan of book lists. There are lots of different lists that you can create. For example, your TBR list. (I know every bookworm has one of those.)
What other types of book lists can you create? Any your reader mind can come up with. You could have your ever-growing to be read list, or your already read list. Maybe you prefer to make a list of your favorite books? What about a list of books you want to read again?
The possibilities are pretty much endless as long as you set your mind to work. Challenge yourself to come up some unique book lists. Don't be afraid to get those creative juices flowing.
Here are some more examples of book lists:
List books by genre or author
A list of books referenced in a favorite movie or television show
Classic books you've never read
Books you read in school
Your favorite children's books
Books you wish you hadn't read or didn't like
Here's a short book list I have of new to me books I loved: (That means books I've read in the last few years)
1) All The Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr
2) The All-Girl Filling Station's Last Reunion by Fannie Flagg
3) Time Is A River by Mary Alice Monroe
4) Clandestine Christmas by Randi Alexander
5) The Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold
6) Caleb's Crossing by Geraldine Brooks
7) A Jinn's Seduction: Spanish Nights by Valerie Twombly
8) She's Got Dibs by AJ Nuest
9) Trancing The Tiger by Rachael Slate
10) Tainted by Lynn Rush
and there will be lots more added on later.
So, what are you waiting for? All you have to do is make the book list that suits you best. Have fun and let your imagination take flight.
Until next time... Later Days!