Top Ten Tuesdays is hosted weekly by The Broke and Bookish and anyone is free to participate! This week’s category is fall TBR. I’ve been staying with some relatives, so reading has become scarce. I will however be able to establish a public library soon which will help me with reading.

  • Nerve by Jeanne Ryan
    I just watched the movie for this (I didn’t know it was a book) and it was MOST excellent. An amazing commentary on Internet culture and the power of anonymity; as well as the humor and culture of humor in the United States, I can’t wait to read the book, which will probably be equally as powerful.
  • Eliza and Her Monsters by Francesca Zappia
    I didn’t see this book get a whole lot of attention, but it looks so sweet and I’ve heard great things about it. I finally got it on hold *praise be* and I’ll be reading it as soon as it comes in.
  • Coffee Boy by Austin Chant
    This m/m book featuring a trans character is by a trans man so I’m really excited to read it. I’ve heard good things about it even though it hasn’t gotten a lot of attention.
  • Jane, Unlimited by Kristin Cashore
    Kristin Cashore FINALLY came back to the publishing game. I think most of us have been waiting for a 4th book in the Graceling realm, but I’ll accept this lovely NA book too!
  • The Epic Crush of Genie Lo by F.C. Yee
    THE HYPE FOR THIS BOOK EXPLODED ALL AT ONCE, and since then I’ve seen many people sing its praises. My library had it *WIN* so I’ll be reading it in the next week or so.
  • Lucky in Love by Kasie West
    This book features an interracial relationship (YES) and I’ve heard some good things about it even though it came out a while ago.
  • Queens of Geek by Jen Wilde
    YES, I know this has been on several of my TBR lists but I kept moving libraries and you know.
  • Noteworthy by Riley Redgate
    Ditto.
  • Boxers and Saints by Gene Luen Yang
    I swear this is the last time this will be on a TBR list. I know of libraries who have these books and I WILL get my hands on a copy if its the last thing I do.
  • Yaqui Delgado Wants to Kick Your Ass by Meg Medina
    Another book for Hispanic Heritage month, I stumbled upon this book by chance. I hadn’t heard of it until a bit earlier this year. It sounds like an amazing story.

I’m not putting these on my “TBR” because it’s a given I’ll read them this fall. It’s just a matter of getting ahold of them. But I’ve been waiting for both of them for a long time. Both of these books center around Chinese characters and the first one has adopted representation so they both mean a lot to me. I’ll be reading them as late as October.

  • Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng
  • Forest of a Thousand Lanterns by Julie Dao

Any mutual? What are you reading this fall? What other books do I need to read?