May 28, 2019
Do you love making lists?
Top Ten Tuesday: Favorite Historical Fiction Books I Read During Each of the Last 10 Years
I’m linking up today with That Artsy Reader Girl for Top Ten Tuesday: Favorite Books I Read in Each of the Last Ten Years. Once I started curating my list, I realized that the majority of titles were historical fiction (no surprise!), so I’m tweaking the prompt to list my favorite historical fiction reads in each of the last ten years. This is a difficult task, but it’s fun to reminisce. Some years it was too difficult to choose only one. Many years I have favorites that are not historical fiction and I decided to save those for another list.
For this list, I have simply chosen a memorable book for each year. This list doesn’t represent the best of all the books I’ve read in the last ten years.
Most of these titles were read in the year they were published, but some are back list titles.
How many of these titles have you read and loved?
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2019 (to date)
Do you like to make book lists and think about your favorites?
Do you remember your favorite read from ten years ago?
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