This week's Top Ten Tuesday topic from The Broke and the Bookish is Recent TBR Additions. It's always fun to look at just what I've added to the TBR lately. Most of my recommendations come from other bloggers who are very dangerous when it comes to trying to keep a manageable reading list. Of course, I've given up on that ages ago! Unfortunately, I tend to not remember where I've come across a particular book reference so I can't give credit where credit is due.
2. 13 Treasures by Michelle Harrison - I've been in a huge Middle Grade mood right now and this somewhat darker tale about a girl with second sight. There's dark spooky woods and a manor house with a rather intimidating sounding grandmother. I'm looking forward to this one!
3. Christmas on Candy Cane Lane by Sheila Roberts - I love the title on this book! This may win the award for best Christmas-y title. I've read one book by Sheila Roberts and really enjoyed it but have been wanting to read more. This may be the one I choose next.
4. The Turn of the Screw by Henry James - This is one of those books that's been on my radar forever but for some reason I've never even thought about actually reading it. I've been trying to read more classics and I think it's time I finally read this one.
6. Pressed to Death by Kirsten Weiss - I loved the first book in the series about a haunted museum so I'm really looking forward to this book!
7. Spelling it Like It Is by Tori Spelling - I have no idea why I want to read this - I'm not a big Tori Spelling fan, I've never watched her show - but I really really do! I
8. A Lowcountry Christmas by Mary Alice Monroe - Monroe is an author I've been wanting to read for ages but haven't managed it yet.
9. Stalking Ground by Margaret Mizushima - I love a good police procedural and this one about a K9 unit and there's a snowstorm! It sounds like a good mystery.
10. The Ghost Map: The Story of London's Most Terrifying Epidemic by Steven Johnson - This is a book about a cholera epidemic in London in the 1850s and while not the cheeriest subject I heard about it on a podcast and it sounds fascinating!
What have you added to your TBR lately?