Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by the awesome ladies at The Broke and The Bookish. Today our topic is Books That Have Been on My Shelf the Longest. In truth, I don’t have that many. I’ve been a very good girl and read everything I’ve bought lately—but I have a couple.
1. The Shack by William P. Young- I really doubt I will ever read this book. It sounds disturbing and manipulative in its premise. I should probably just give it away and move on. And come on, we all know there’s no good swoon there. It’s just going to upset me in the long run.
2. Shanghai Girls by Lisa See- I have no idea why I haven’t read this. My copy is even signed by the author. AND I’ve loved her other books. But you know how it is. You have books that you get from the library, or that friends loan you and then somehow the books you actually own get pushed aside. That’s what happened here.
3. Little Women by Louisa May Alcott- I know. I’ve already confessed here that there are some seriously amazing books that I’ve never read. This would be one of them. I’ve actually started it, but again, since we own it (it belongs to my daughter), I push it aside in favor of books that have a due date or some sort of deadline.
And yeah. That’s all (although there are many books I keep telling myself to read that I somehow never, ever do. You can check those out here, in a previous TTT post).