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Top Ten Tuesday: Books That Came Into My Possession

Time for Top Ten Tuesday, hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. This week, it’s the top ten books that have recently come into my possession. All book covers from Goodreads.

1. On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft by Stephen King


Graduation present from my friend’s parents.

2. Trigger Warning by Neil Gaiman


Another graduation gift from my mom.

3. City of Saints and Madmen by Jeff VanderMeer


From the library.

4. Reamde by Neal Stephenson


Also from the library.

5. Ink: Red by Al K. Line


Free on the Kindle store.

6. Ghost Hunting Diary Volume 1 by T.M. Simmons


Another Kindle store freebie.

7. Necromancer Awakening by Nat Russo


Kindle freebie promotion.

8. Infinite Waters by Nicholas C. Rossis


Kindle Unlimited rental.

9. Fall from Grace by J. Edward Ritchie


Kindle purchase.

10. Stone of Fire by J.F. Penn

stone-of-fireAnother Kindle freebie.


What are your favorite reads that have most recently come into your possession?



  1. Literary Feline

    You have some great sounding books there. I am really interested in giving Trigger Warning a try. I have enjoyed the Gaiman books I’ve read so far. And Neal Stephenson is an author I have been wanting to read for ages. My husband really likes his books.

    • Zed Amadeo

      I’m also a fan of Neil Gaiman (which is why my mom got me a book of his for graduation). As a writer, he is a huge inspiration/literary hero. Trigger Warning is pretty good so far, I’d definitely recommend it. One of my professors recommended Neal Stephenson to me a couple of years back and he’s been on my to-read list ever since. I was a bit intimidated by the size of his books, but from what I’ve heard they are hard to put down. I’m excited to take the plunge!

    • Zed Amadeo

      I borrowed On Writing from the library last year and absolutely loved it. It’s one of those books that I can read again and again, so I was happy to receive it as a gift.

  2. Ronnie Reads and Reviews

    A lot of Kindle Freebies! I haven’t looked at Kindle freebies in a long time. Hopefully when I have time next semester I’ll browse around. Most of my experiences have been positive with Freebies/99 cent books. City of Saints and Madmen sounds interesting.

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