RTW: Best of 2010

Road Trip Wednesday is a “Blog Carnival,” where YA Highway’s contributors post a weekly writing- or reading-related question and answer it on their own blogs. You can hop from destination to destination and get everybody’s unique take on the topic.

This Week’s Topic: 5 Best Books of 2010 and/or Sum Up Your 2010 in a Book Title

My 2010 book title is easy: A Long and Winding Road (To Nowhere). 2010 was very much a transitional year, both personally and with my writing.Β Though I’ve yet to reach my final goalΒ  of publication, I do feel like I’ve made some great strides and hope that in 2011Β I’ll continue to move closer to achieving that goal.

I posted my Five Best Books of 2010 on New Year’s Eve. You can find it HERE, or you can scroll down a few posts to check it out. I imagine my favorite titles might overlap with some of yours. πŸ™‚

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10 responses to “RTW: Best of 2010

  1. road to nowhere… I can relate.

    I put Matched on hold at the library because of your New Year’s Eve rec. Also all the Summer books are on my wishlist now.
    Thanks!

    • Ha! Let’s hope we’re on a road that leads somewhere awesome this year. I hope you like MATCHED, and I can’t rave enough about the SUMMER books. There’s just something about them that I adore. Can’t wait for the final installment coming out this summer.

  2. 2010 was sort of a transitional year for me too. I hope 2011 meets your hopes!!

  3. Oh yes, I can absolutely relate to your title. Here’s hoping 2011 brings you a road that leads to somewhere fabulous! πŸ™‚

    GREAT books choices too, btw.

  4. Next year, your 2011 title will have the word “Somewhere” instead. Followed by “Awesome.” πŸ˜€

  5. Wow, tough question. I’ll have to think about it. I moved Matched up to the top of my list based on your recommendation, finished it yesterday. Thanks!

  6. Wow, that is a tough question. Hmm, I read Emma, by Jane Austen. I guess because of book club I’ve read a ton of books, but not on my top list. Now, if there is a question about the strangest books? Ha, that I might be able to answer. LOL We read books like, Water for Elephants and White Tiger. There is another one that was so bizarre I think I’ve blocked from my mind. πŸ™‚