Top 10 Tuesday — Most Recent Additions

11 Jan

2022 is in full swing and I have some new books that have hit my shelves! The following books are the newest to take up residence. Many are review books — NetGalley copies and ARCs, so you’ll see my impressions in the coming weeks. I have also included 2 cookbook/entertaining books that I received for Christmas and am having so much fun with! Yes, I do have interests outside of reading fiction. 😉 Hope you find one that piques your interest.

For more bloggers’ recent acquisitions, check out That Artsy Reader Girl.

Top Newly Acquired Books

A Heart Adrift by Laura Frantz

Jane And The Year Without Summer by Stephanie Barron

The Lady of Galway Manor by Jennifer Deibel

Life Flight by Lynette Eason

Malicious Intent by Lynn H. Blackburn

Medical Mystery by Richard Fabry

Shadows of Swanford Abbey by Julie Klassen

The Siren of Sussex by Mimi Matthews

Sunrise by Susan May Warren

Baker Bettie’s Better Baking Book by Kristen Hoffman

Spectacular Spreads by Maegan Brown

6 Responses to “Top 10 Tuesday — Most Recent Additions”

  1. lydiaschoch January 11, 2022 at 8:33 am #

    I’ve heard good things about The Siren Sussex.

    My post:

    • rbclibrary January 11, 2022 at 8:51 am #

      I started it last night.

  2. Susan January 11, 2022 at 3:50 pm #

    I’m looking forward to reading A HEART ADRIFT at some point. It sounds really good. I hope you enjoy it and all these others!

    Happy TTT!


  3. Cindy Davis January 12, 2022 at 2:55 pm #

    Life Flight and Shadows of Swanford Abbey are two that I’ve recently added. My copy of Julie’s book actually got her yesterday! I hope you enjoy all of these!

  4. Rhosymedre (@Rhosymedre) January 16, 2022 at 7:18 pm #

    I want to chomp directly into the Spectacular Spreads cover, that food looks so GOOD. Even though thrift stores around the world are overflowing with cookbooks, and you could theoretically have your pick of anything…there is really nothing like a promising NEW cookbook, especially one with full color photos.

    You have so many other beautiful covers in this list, I am going to be here for a while admiring them. No matter how great a story is, a beautiful cover makes having your own copy of that book that much better.

  5. Sara H February 15, 2022 at 11:39 am #

    Too many good books here! The Lady of Galway Manor is actually next on my list. I can see you have plenty to read but I definitely wanted to recommend a historical fiction book that I recently finished called “Matilda Empress” by Lise Arin. I love a historically accurate piece of fiction that teaches me but mostly entertains, and this book does just that. Not only that, Matilda is a total badass that you are rooting for throughout and makes you proud to be a woman (lol). In all seriousness though, Matilda, Empress of the Holy Roman Empire, faced nothing but hurdles (all due to the men in her life). Her father, King Henry I of England, promises rule to her over England and Normandy but upon his passing her cousin (a Count) takes it all away. What follows is a long and violent civil war, not to mention a passionate affair they are having which causes a LOT of problems. It’s hard to love a man who has taken everything from you but then also gives you a son. SO MUCH DRAMA. Highly recommend it. You can read more on the author’s site –
    If you end up reading it I would love to know what you think!

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