Top Ten Tuesday ~ Books I Loved But Don’t Remember

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl.

Today’s Top Ten topic is a Freebie. So, I decided to go with books I loved in the past but don’t remember. I guess I need to revisit them now.

I had hoped to get this post up earlier, but I was getting my For Sale page back up and running after rearranging all of my shelves. That was a major task! The pics suck on that page, but they’ll work for now until I can squeeze in more time.

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I do need to point out that if I read the blurb or old reviews I could probably recall the stories (hopefully), but just looking at the covers, I’m drawing blanks. I can recall how some of them made me feel, though.

Upcoming Topics

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October 26: Halloween Freebie

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Happy Reading,

Alison

24 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday ~ Books I Loved But Don’t Remember

    • Thanks! I can’t even remember the highlights at this point. LOL! I can recall how The Law of Moses made me feel, but I can’t remember the story. I’ll definitely have to reread that one.

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  1. There are so, so many books that I read and loved, but basically have zero recollection of what happened in them. Glad I’m not the only one this happens to! These all look like great books. Definitely going to have to check them out!

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  2. My list for this topic would be endless cos my memory is so bad! I’d probably still be able to recall what most made me feel but a lot of the times not as well lol. I have The Air He Breathes on my TBR and I’m curious to try the author’s work!

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    • LOL! It seems a lot of us big readers forget a lot of what we read. Brittainy’s books can be hit and miss for me. Some I’ve loved and some just had a little too much angst for me. Hope you enjoy it when you get to it. Wish I could remember it…

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