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Series I've Been Meaning to Start

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Broke and the Bookish.

We all have a TBR list a mile long. I don't stick with a ton of series, but I'm always adding new ones to my list. Here are a few I added . . . uh, "recently." ;)

Ashes trilogy by Ilsa J. Bick - Honestly, this has been on the list so long I've forgotten what it's about. I read another book by this author and wasn't thrilled, but apparently I liked the idea enough to keep this title in the running.

Lock & Mori by Heather W. Petty - I have high hopes of reading this soon. I forget why I didn't before. The library didn't have it? Anyway, it's "Summer of Deception" on Riveted right now, and I think/hope this will make an appearance.

Silver Blackthorn trilogy by Kerry Wilkinson - I have a vague memory of this being something British? Yeah, that'll do.

Glass Sentence trilogy by S.E. Grove - Something about continents locked in different time periods? I picked up the second book at a bargain outlet and now need to get hold of the first.

Serafina series by Robert Beatty - I just picked this up at the library and hope to start it this week!

Fairy Tale series by Shanna Swendson - I really liked Swendson's novel Rebel Mechanics, so I'll likely grab this next time I have an Amazon gift card. It looks fantasy-ish. :)

Sevenwaters series by Juliet Marillier - This will probably wait a little longer. I think I'm 1 and 1 with Marillier's books and I have another one waiting on my shelf before I look for more.

Changeling P.I. series by Ruth Vincent
Grimm Agency series by J.C. Nelson 

I've been on the lookout for more consistently enjoyable, auto-buy series (like Kate Daniels, the Innkeeper Chronicles and The Others). My library doesn't have any of these. :( But they still look interesting, so maybe next time there's a sale? I'm torn; I'm trying not to spend any unnecessary money right now, but if I wait, law school resumes and reading time dies. Ah well, decisions, decisions. :)

What series have you been meaning to start for forever? Have you read any of these?


  1. I haven't heard of any of these series! I hope you enjoy Serafina, and the other ones when you get around to them :D I've been wanting to start the Six of Crows series by Leigh Bardugo and the Shades of Magic series by V.E. Schwab. I have the first books of both series on my shelf, but I just haven't got to them yet!

    1. Thank you, Cilla! I've read ADSOM, and it was really good. I can't tell you how many things have sat on my shelves for FOREVER. It makes you feel guilty . . . until you get a new book to distract you from the guilt. :)