Top Ten Tuesday: Completed Series that I Wish Had More Books

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This week’s topic is officially completed series that I wish had more books. But as I started writing, it quickly transmogrified into series I need to finish. When I need them, I might also wish they had more books! I just can’t say for sure yet!

  1. The Dark Tower by Stephen King – I loved this series. I felt like I was saying goodbye to friends at the end of it, and it made me sad.
  2. The Detective Josie Quinn series by Lisa Regan – She writes absolutely amazing thrillers. I’ve read the last few, now I need to go back and catch up on the earlier ones. I need all the backstory.
  3. Bean to Bar Mysteries by Amber Royer – I got the third and fourth in the series on blog tours. I need to read the first and second! These are a lot of fun. Mysteries set in Texas and chocolate? What’s not to like?
  4. Hanger’s Horsemen by Karen Witemeyer – I read the third, In Honor’s Defense, on a blog tour. I loved it. I must read the first two.
  5. The Lady Eleanor Swift series by Verity Bright – This is another series I jumped into courtesy of blog tour opportunities. It’s a witty, light, entertaining series, and I love Lady Eleanor and her butler, Clifford. They are both so much more than what their roles might seem to indicate!
  6. The Cupcake Catering Mystery series by Kim Davis – I’ve read the fourth of the series (just because I found it and thought it sounded like fun!). It was delightful. I need more!
  7. Shadow and Bone by Leigh Bardugo – I have the whole trilogy sitting on my shelf. Why have I not read it yet?! To be fair, this is one I need to start before I can finish.
  8. The Genesis trilogy by Madeleine L’Engle – This is another that’s been sitting on my shelf for a while. I need to start it so I can finish it. She’s one of my favorite authors for works both fiction and non-fiction, and I know this will be good.
  9. The Crowns of Croswald by D.E. Night – This is a delightful fantasy series, featuring Ivy Lovely as the protagonist. I’ve read the first three (need to review the third), and I need to finish the fourth! I want to know what happens!
  10. The Paper Magician by Charlie N. Holmberg – I’ve read the first three. I need to finish up with The Plastic Magician. I love every book I’ve ever read by her. So many in my TBR pile. I need more hours in the day!

So you can probably figure I don’t really NEED more book suggestions. But I always welcome them! What series do you want to finish? Share in a comment!

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14 Responses to Top Ten Tuesday: Completed Series that I Wish Had More Books

  1. Such a cool list! I’ve only read Shadow and Bone from these series, but I am a sucker for a cozy mystery. I’m working my way through a bunch of series, although most of them aren’t completed yet.

  2. Cindy Davis says:

    LOL, I don’t think any of us need more book suggestions!! I have added several to my TBR today as well and I haven’t been to very many blogs yet! I went rogue but should have done what you did, although I am pretty sure I did a post like this fairly recent-ish.

    • I haven’t been to many blogs yet, either. I’m sure my TBR pile will grow as I make the rounds! And I read somewhere that a pile of unread books is a sign of intelligence. We want to know all the things and read all the stories. I’m sticking to that philosophy!

  3. This is a dangerous topic! It would take me a year’s worth of blog posts to tackle it. Ha ha. I’m an excellent series starter, but not a great finisher 🙂

    Happy TTT!

    Susan
    http://www.blogginboutbooks.com

  4. I really do need to get back to the Dark Tower books! I read the first 3, and I always meant to continue — I got distracted by other things, and by the time I was ready to pick up #4, I was worried I wouldn’t remember enough to keep going.

  5. Have fun completing these series!

    Thanks for visiting my Top Ten Tuesday list!

  6. Cupcake Catering mysteries sound like a lot of fun! Great list — I hope you enjoy the rest of these books when you have the chance to read them! Thanks for stopping by my TTT earlier. 🙂

  7. So delighted to be included! And I love some of the other series included, but must try the others out – just never enough time!

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