Top Ten Tuesday: Going back to the beginning with your first book reviews

Happy Easter everyone! I hope you all have a wonderful break with our family and loved ones! We had a public holiday on Easter Monday here, so I hung out with my aunt who has just returned from a holiday, and just caught up — so your regularly scheduled #5Books rec post will be back next week!

If you’re new to my blog,  welcome to Top Ten Tuesday. It’s held over at That Artsy Reader Girl, where every week bloggers list their top 10 being asked about.  This week is about a blast from the past and the first 10 reviews you posted.

This is an interesting one and a mixed bag. I moved over here to this blog ages ago and so the first 10 reviews on this blog are actually not formatted and look sucky…. but I did enjoy most of them!

Hard Magic

… I actually don’t remember anything about this except the title. Woops.

The Bloody Red Baron

I thought this one brought something new to the vampire genre — that much I do remember.

Moonshifted

I remember enjoying Edie, a nurse, who works on supernatural beings. It was quite cool and I remember enjoying Edie thoroughly. Can’t remember why I didn’t finish this series though.

Hollow City

I apparently really enjoyed this ending, but I’ll be damned if I can remember why.

Deadshifted

I did however get to Deadshifted before not finishing this series.

Attack the Geek

This is a novella in the Geekomancy series where Ree and others like her can take on the characteristics of their fave pop culture characters — which right now, would be perfect timing to re-release I think!

The 7th Woman 

Be still my heart — Notre Dame. My heart is still broken over that. 

Serial killer in Paris. ’nuff said.

Guidebook to Murder

A travel guide for supernaturals; a blurb with potential that didn’t go anywhere.

Midnight Crossroad

I swear, it’s so weird, I like all her other work like this one, but I can’t even bring myself to pick up her Sookie Stackhouse series. Go figure. Who’s read her Grave Sight series?

That’s all she wrote for this week’s TTT! It’s interesting how my tastes have changed since then and i can’t even pick how and why i dived into crime and thriller genre.

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