#5OnMyTBR | Humour
Hey guys! It’s the second week of the book meme #5OnMyTBR and today’s prompt is humor!
I had a hard time figuring this one out. Last week was Romcom and I put my humor books in that one (oops…). The search for more was kind of difficult, because every book on my TBR seems to have a serious undertone, so that in my eyes it didn’t fit the prompt well enough.
Anyway! On to the books.
(click on the cover to go to the Goodsreads-page)
1. Queen of Babble – Meg Cabot
Added to my TBR: August, 2017
Meg Cabot is the author of The Princess Diaries. If that doesn’t make you want to read all her books, than what does? This particular one is about Lizzie who has a problem. She can’t keep her mouth shut. I’m guessing it will involve lots of awkward and funny moments! Also, Lizzie is going to the south of France on a catering job and I’m all for the French setting.
2. Not The Girl You Marry – Andie J. Christopher
Added to my TBR: April 2019
The first sentence is: How To Lose A Guy In Ten Days gets a millennial makeover and I don’t need any more than that! In this book, it sounds like it’s the other way around, so the guy has to lose the girl, while the girl wants it to keep going. It has the fake dating trope, which is also good for funny (and cheesy!) moments.
3. My Single Friend – Jane Costello
Added to my TBR: July 2017
Lucy – the main character – is doing great career-wise, friend-wise and life-wise. Except when it comes to dating, she tends to lie about her interest to keep the guy happy. Of course this always backfires, which is already a recipe for funny moments. She then sets her eyes on her oldest best friend, Henry, who is in need of a makeover. And I can only guess what happens when she gives him one…
4. Josh And Hazel’s Guide To Not Dating – Christina Lauren
Added to my TBR: December 2018
I hear a lot of good stuff about the books that Christina Lauren writes, and this one sounds like just the book for me. Josh and Hazel each set each other up on dates, and they go on double blind dates. But they are picking the worst dates ever for each other. And I’m guessing those dates will be hilariously awkward.
5. Tweet Cute – Emma Lord
Added to my TBR: December 2019
Everybody talked about this book a while ago (and still maybe?), because of the wit, the banter and the social media war between the two characters. I really like the idea of all this, and based o what other people say about tje book, I think it will be a laugh-out-loud read.
That’s it for today! Make sure to check out my other #5OnMyTBR here and check in next week for the next five!
Which books with humor do you have on your TBR?