TTT – Top THREE Tuesday this week

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. Every Tuesday they post a new Top Ten list prompt. This week’s prompt is… Ten Books I Enjoyed Recently (last yearish) That Weren’t My Typical Genre/Type of Book. I’ve gone back through my list of books read on Goodreads, and apparently I wasn’t very adventurous last year. Sorry for the super-short list this week, but I only see 3 books that don’t fit into one of my preferred genres, which would include any type of mystery / thriller, historical fiction, sci-fi/fantasy (including cyberpunk), horror, romantic suspense, and young adult.

3. Humorous Women’s Fiction: The Perils of Pauline by Collette Yvonne
The Perils Of Pauline
While I did have a few problems with Pauline’s parenting style, for the most part this was a fun read.

2. Historical Romance: A Matter of Grave Concern by Brenda Novak
A Matter of Grave Concern
This one was an accident (see my review), but not bad considering it is a genre I don’t normally like at all.

1. Women’s Fiction / Adult Fiction: Imaginary Things by Andrea Lochen
Imaginary Things
A little magic made this one all the more enjoyable. You can read my review or a guest post from the author if you’d like to hear more about it!

Now I want to hear from you! Please be sure to leave a link back to your own Top Ten Tuesday post, or just let me know what you’ve read recently that was a little different than your average read.



9 thoughts on “TTT – Top THREE Tuesday this week

  1. Hey! You still did one more than I got!!! LMAO I’m like you. I don’t read a ton of historical fiction or women’s literature. I’m not opposed to any of it. But I enjoy way too many other genres to find the books that fit just in these categories. Great list! Hopefully next week will be an easier week!

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