TTT – Favorite Novellas/Short Stories

Hello humans! Top Ten Tuesday is here again with a theme of ‘favourite Novellas/Short stories. This might be a tricky one as I don’t read a huge number of these, I’ll have to do some delving.

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl and is an awesome way to discover new bloggers who like the same kind of books as you do!

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Hath no Fury

Goodreads | My Review | Amazon

Where the Stars Rise Asian Science Fiction and Fantasy

Goodreads | My Review | Amazon

The Language of Thorns Leigh bardugo

Goodreads | My Review | Amazon

Tangleweed and Brine Deirdre Sullivan

Goodreads | My Review | Amazon

gaiman norse mythology

Goodreads| Amazon

The Overneath Peter S Beagle

Goodreads | My Review | Amazon

Not So Stories David Thomas Moore

Goodreads | My Review | Amazon

The Young Queens Kendare Blake

Goodreads | My Review | Amazon

Infinity Wars

Goodreads | My Review | Amazon

The Ramshead Algorithm K J Kabza

Goodreads | My Review | Amazon

Those are my ten picks, my favourite short story collections and novellas, what did you choose? Link me to your TTT post in the comments below.

J

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  1. Neil Gaiman’s Norse Mythology is such a fantastic read! I listened to the audio book version, which was excellent because he narrates it himself. He has the most soothing narrator voice!

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