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Hi everybody, and welcome to a new Top Ten Tuesday!
Today’s all about books I already read and own, but want a second copy of. More specifically, the books I own as e-book or audiobook already, but reeeeaaally want a physical copy of as well to put on my book shelves. Because as much as I love e-books and audiobooks, they come with a major downside: you can’t put them on your shelves to stare at all day. And for me, when I really love a book, I feel like I also need a physical copy, like it’ll last longer. Does that make any sense?
So why don’t I just buy second copies? Well, I’m really cheap and can’t justify spending money on a second copy. Or I can, but it takes aaaaages to convince myself it’s a good idea. So I ask for them as gifts instead, but then this takes a long time as well since birthdays only happen once a year… So fellow book worms, please feel free to convince me in the comments and tell me what book/series I really do need to get a physical copy of!
Annette Marie’s series
I know, I know, I rave about Annette Marie’s books all the time. And yet, I only own physical copies of her Red Winter trilogy. I have them all on e-book, but for an author I adore as much as Annette Marie, I should really own them all in physical copy, right? But there’s so many of them, so where do I start?
Adam Silvera’s books
Another favorite author, and yet I only have his books as e-books. This can’t be! A physical copy would be better suited to hold the many tears I cry because of them.
My most re-read ebooks
All of the above books are books I own as e-book, but I’ve re-read each of them at least once already. To me, that’s a sign of an all-time favorite, which means I need them on my shelf for sure!
My most loved audiobooks
I only just started listening to audiobooks this year, so I haven’t done many re-listens yet, but that doesn’t mean I can’t have favorites yet. And boy, do I have favorites! I so need these on my shelf, just so I can stare at them and of course relive the book experience in physical form.