Tuesday, 6 March 2018

Top Ten Tuesday-Books I Must Read In March

Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish in June of 2010 and was moved to That Artsy Reader Girl in January of 2018. It was born of a love of lists, a love of books, and a desire to bring bookish friends together.  http://www.thatartsyreadergirl.com/top-ten-tuesday/

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This week is about Book Quotes and I don't have the time or motivation to go hunting for the buggers so you'll need to make do with ten books or series I really must read in March!

1) Hunter Shea-Megalodon in Paradise
I have quite a few Hunter Shea books that I want to get through this year so making sure I read at least one in March is vital. Who can resist some shark fun! Need to get at least one or two done by the author this month.

2) Jack Kilborn-Endurance
One of my horror writers that I need to catch up with for a personal challenge so I'd like to get one or more by the author done in March. I'm starting with this one.

3) Ezekiel Boone-The Hatching
It's time for a bit of scary spider action I think! I've been meaning to read this for a while and this month seems the ideal time. I'm scared rigid of spiders but for some reason I love reading about them!

4) Jeff Strand-The Haunted Forest Tour
I LOVE the cover for this book and I want to get it read. I planned to read it in February but was concentrating on the Puppy Love Challenge instead. I will get it done this month!

5) Michael Stephen Fuchs-Carnage
I have three books to read in this wonderful zombie series so I really need to get them finished. Carnage is book 12 but I hope to get 13 and 14 done this month too.

6) Carrie Vaughn-Kitty Goes To War
I only got one of the series read last month so I want to get at least the next four done. I want to get the series finished as soon as possible to get on to other stuff. It's turned into a good series and I'm enjoying it!

7) Nicholas Sansbury Smith-Hell Divers
It's been sitting on my shelves for a little while and I'm curious about it. I loved his zombie series so I must give this a try.

8) Wren Cavanagh-The Last Flag
It's a deadly game show where people take on zombies in a fenced off town for money! What's not to love about that plot! I really liked the sample and I'm looking forward to getting my teeth into this one.

9) Eli Constant-Dead Trees 2
I loved the first book with the scary evolving beasties and a great cast of characters. I really can't wait to see what is in store in the second book.

10) Rick Chesler-Yeti
What perfect weather this is to read a Yeti horror story! I plan to read this and DMZ at some point this month. I've read quite a few books by the author and his monster adventures are always fun!

17 comments:

  1. Carrie Vaughan and her Kitty series was a favourite of mine ages ago and I lost track of it so I'm thrilled for the reminder - and I hear you, the Quote TTT was a tough one this week!

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    1. I hope to be reading book 8 maybe tomorrow or Thursday then get on to The Extinction Trials. Looking up quotes and trying to have a theme for what I choose is just too time consuming. I prefer topics I can do quickly.

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  2. Megalodon in Paradise sounds like all kinds of fun! And so does Yeti. I don't think I've ever read a yeti book, but I'd like to!

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  3. I haven't heard of any of these books. It's always nice to be introduced to new authors in Top Ten Tuesday posts.

    Here is our Top Ten Tuesday.

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    1. I'm certainly looking forward to reading this pile!

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  4. I'm anxious for tons of these. And I think you better start that Yeti book while the snow is still flying. I messed up and did next week's topics but I'm not real good with the quote thing anyway so it's all good for me!

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    1. Quotes are too time consuming to deal with. I have alternate plans for a few of the upcoming weeks as well. I might need to look at Yeti next week! The Haunted Forest Tour, Kitty Goes To War, The Extinction Trials and A Dance With Dragons part 2 are up first!

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  5. I hope you get a chance to read all these!

    Aj @ Read All The Things!

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    1. I've got two done which is a good start. I need to make sure I focus on this list first...unless I crack and read The Extinction Trials first!

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  6. I've had the Hatching on my TBR forever, I really need to read it.
    I haven't heard of any of the rest, but they look good.

    Here's our Tuesday posts!
    Teaser Tuesday: http://jennreneeread.blogspot.com/2018/03/teaser-tuesday-numbers-by-rachel-ward.html
    Top Ten Tuesday: http://jennreneeread.blogspot.com/2018/03/top-ten-tuesday-lets-quote.html

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    1. I've had it on my tbr ages as well so I need to make the effort and get it read.

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  7. Nice list. I read the hatching and really liked it. Hope you get to these books this month

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    1. I see mutant spiders in my near future...but hopefully just in the book and not my house!

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  8. I've heard such good things about #1, #2 & #4. I always love a Strand novel. He's such a unique writer.

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    1. I've read 4 and 8 which is a good start and liked both which is even better!

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  9. Huh, my comment failed. LOL
    We sure do love some of the same authors. I hope you give Hell Divers a try. I just ordered Eric Brown's new sasquatch book. Have you seen it yet?

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    1. Oh no, not more to add to the list! I haven't checked out Eric S Brown recently but I now feel I must!

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