Monday, June 19, 2017

TTT - Series I've Been Meaning to Start But Haven't Yet




This top 10 weekly meme is hosted by The Broke and the Bookish and can be found HERE.  Each week they focus on lists which cover various topics related to books and reading. 


Today I'm sharing with you series I keep meaning to start but haven't yet - aka, the story of my life :) And you're actually getting a bonus pick too!

























So if I was to start all of these series, that would be 68 books on a TBR.  How sad!  Oh well, guess that's why I love to read.  What series haven't you started and can you recommend any of these.  I know Chuckles has read the Remy Chandler ones but how about anyone else???


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  1. I have a bigger issue with series I've started and want to finish! Those bad boys take up a lot of my tbr! I did of course find plenty I haven't started for this week's TTT! Next month I'm tackling books from new authors so that should be quite exciting! Other than Remy Chandler, I haven't read any of your other picks. Hope you'll have fun with them!

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    1. You always find such great undiscovered series though and I'm sure that you add to my endless TBR/wishlist on a regular basis.

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  2. I haven't read any of these either, but I'd definitely start with the Stephen King series. I have book one and I think I even bought the second book:-O

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    1. Yea, I'm kind of shocked I haven't read the King books. I usually read his new releases when they come out. I think because these ones were released in the summer, I wasn't as anxious. Usually I get a new release around the holidays and end up reading it while on vacation.

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  3. I haven't read any of these either but I do have the Stephen King and Simon R. Green books on my tbr list. I hope you enjoy them once you get the chance to read them.

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    1. Me too. I may have to start the King series soon. I think it may be calling my name the loudest.

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  4. I want to finish ALL Thomas E. Sniegoski's series! :)

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    1. I would love so too. I've just recently started picking up this series second-hand. There's no way my library would have them.

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  5. I have been meaning to start a few of those and I have read/listened to the first two Longmire ones (so nothing like the show but still good).

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    1. I know now I won't get them read as part of my Cloak & Dagger Challenge this year but I'm ok with it - too many other good books I want to get to first. I'm sad this next season on Netflix will be the last.

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  6. I haven't read any of these so I can't recommend one, but I feel your pain on having too many I want to start!

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  7. "I've been meaning to start" is the story of my life too. As is, "I've been meaning to finish that series". I sure I hope I live long enough to finish all of them. I read the first two Bill Hodges and they were excellent. You can safely start there :)

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    1. As I mentioned in another comment, that is probably the series that is calling the loudest. MUST make time for it soon.

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  8. I don't think I have enough time to finish all the books I would like to read. Probably...like everyone else. :-)
    sherry @ fundinmental My TT

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    1. Yep, I'm sure that's a common problem shared by a lot of bookworms.

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  9. Ooh Fablehaven and the Savage series definitely look interesting to me. I almost read the first fablehaven a while back, the premise sounded really interesting. I should get those.

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    1. I really enjoyed the Fablehaven books and would definitely recommend the original series. I'm glad the author decided to do more books set in the same world. They are tons of fun.

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  10. Wow, 68 books in all if you want to start these and get all caught up! Yeah, this is why when I want to try an author I've never read before, I always prefer jumping on board with their latest project especially if they are starting a new series. :D

    ~Mogsy @ BiblioSanctum

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    1. Yea, that's waaaayyyy too many books to thing about.

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  11. Fablehaven looks like a really fun, magical read. I might check it out for my nephew. Great list!

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    1. I think your nephew would love it. They are perfect for male readers as well as female.

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  12. I've not read any of these but they made me laugh with some of the covers and I definitely fancy the Stephen King.
    Lynn :D

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  13. After reading Brandon Mull's Beyonders, I've been meaning to read a lot more of his books. I have the Savage series, so I need to start that one, too! I read Mr. Mercedes, but I haven't finished the series yet.

    68 books? O_O That feels so huge when you put it that way.

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  14. I've got a few of those on my wishlist too! The Secret Histories series are fun reads with lots of puns and snarky humor. I've liked all of Simon R Green's books, but these are his funniest IMO.

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  15. I read one of the Molly Moon books when I was a kid but I've never read the rest!
    My TTT: https://jjbookblog.wordpress.com/2017/06/20/top-ten-tuesday-112/

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  16. Oh my gosh. Love and Let Growl. That is so cute!!!

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  17. So many books to add to my tbr list!!!

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