Tuesday, November 08, 2022

Top Ten Tuesday: Series I Would Like to Start, Catch Up On or Finish


Welcome to this week's edition of Top Ten Tuesday which is hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. This 

week the theme is Series I’d Like to Start/Catch up on/Finish. A couple of months ago, I did TTT which was about the series that I kind of, sort of, just stopped reading. In order to stretch myself I am going to to try to avoid choosing any of those series this time, which might be harder than I think but let's see.

Seven Sisters series by Lucinda Riley - I still haven't read the latest book in the Seven Sisters series. I really should get on to it given that Pa Salt's story is going to come out next year.

London Celebrities series by Lucy Parker - l recently read Act Like It, the first book in the London Celebrities series. I am really waiting for the next book in the Palace Insiders series but I am happy enough to read the next books in the London Celebrities series.

The Kiss Quotient trilogy by Helen Hoang - I've read the first book but I need to read the next couple of books too.

Murderbot series by Martha Wells - I've read the first three books in this series, but still need to read more.

Eleanor of Aquitaine series by Elizabeth Chadwick - I listened to the first book in this series a while ago but I do need to get back to the second book.

Discworld series by Terry Pratchett - I really, really need to get back to this series.

Harold Fry series by Rachel Joyce - Does a duology count as a series? I am counting it! This is an author who I have been meaning to try for the longest time. I did read a short story by her the other day which does make me want to read more.

Outback Babies series - There have been a couple series set in the small country town of Wirralong. I have read the first two books in the current series, but I haven't yet read the last two.

Before the Coffee Gets Cold trilogy by Toshikazu Kawaguchi - This is the third book in the series. This time the setting has moved to a new location so I am excited to see what happens next.

Bunyip Bay series by Rachael Johns - I honestly can't believe I haven't read this yet.

So there's just some of the series that I would like to start, catch up on or finish!


  1. The Rachel Joyce definitely counts as a series because it's now a trilogy with her latest book

    1. Definitely on my list of series to start.

  2. There's a third one in The Harold Fry series?? Really?? Miss Queenie Hennesy is a lovely read and more of a companion read to Harold Fry.

    I'm up to date with the Seven Sisters, just eagerly awaiting the last one!

    Elza Reads

    1. I have listened to all the Seven Sisters books but I am not sure when I am going to have the mental availability to listen to a book that long.

  3. They look good.

    I don't read that many series but managed to scrape a list together!

    Have a great week!

    Emily @ Budget Tales Book Blog
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  4. I have so many series I am in and so many that I want to start. It's a nice problem to have, I guess. I hope you enjoy these when you get a chance to read them.

    1. I was a lot more into series a few years ago but now that I don't read as many as I used to it's hard to keep up Cindy.

  5. I adored Harold Fry! I listened to the audiobook and found myself totally invested in Harold's story. It may help that the narrator is Jim Broadbent, who it easy to picture as Harold.

    Pam @ Read! Bake! Create!

    1. Oh, thanks for that tip. I am on the lookout for good audiobooks.

  6. The Murderbot books are so good.

    Here is our Top Ten Tuesday. Thank you!

  7. Duologies and trilogies seem to be the only kinds of series I actually finish, so I hope they count! Ha ha.

    Happy TTT!

  8. There is a 3rd book out in the Harold Fry series--his wife's story. It is a novella. Someone read/reviewed it this week for Novellas in November.

  9. I didn't know Before Coffee Gets Cold is a series, but I didn't like it enough to read another. And yes, duologies count!! (if you want them to) I've seen the Disc World series on several lists this week and my son has the whole LONG series and has encouraged me to read it. It seems like such a commitment! Hope you enjoy the books.
    Terrie @ Bookshelf Journeys

    1. There are three books now. I listened to the first two and they weren't bad to listen to Terrie.

      I have read quite a few Discworld books. I either need to read the next one or I am going to listen to Hogfather...again.

  10. I don't know who told me about Lucy Parker but I have really been enjoying her books. I liked the London Celebrities series the best but understand why her new publisher wanted her to start a new series.



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