The Year of the Series – Part 2

Last week I shared the sequels I am currently waiting on. This week I have for you the series I would like to catch up on. I’m at least two books behind in these ones despite liking them very much and I really need to focus and catch up. Do you have series like that?

Betsy-Tacy Series by Maud Hart Lovelace

I only have the last two books left. I think I’ve been postponing them so that I won’t be done. But it’s time.

Wicked Lovely Series by Melissa Marr

I read the first two books this summer and I really hope to read the remaining three soon. I love these faery stories.

Fallen Series by Lauren Kate

This is one I am experiencing in audio because I love Justine Eyre as a narrator. I’ve read Fallen and I have Torment ready to go soon. I’d love to be caught up by the time the fourth book releases later this year.

Also, what is with series these days having novellas/short stories in between books? I think I’d probably like it in a series I am already caught up with, but it makes catching up confusing. Do I read them with the books or do I skip them and come back? So many decisions.

4 thoughts on “The Year of the Series – Part 2

  1. zibilee February 8, 2012 / 11:06 am

    I loved the first three Betsy-Tacy books that I read, and want to continue on with the series. They are such good reads! I also have heard great things about the Melissa Marr books, and need to get to them soon. A few bloggers mentioned that the audios were fantastic. Need to see if I can get them. I really want to read Fever, which is the sequel to Wither, and of course, there is always the Outlander series that I can never seem to catch up on! I hope that you get a chance to get a hold of these books soon!


  2. Linda February 8, 2012 / 12:45 pm

    I’m all caught up on the Wicked Lovely series but sad it’s over. I need to get caught up on the Women of The Otherworld series and The Gardella Vampire Series.


  3. Lennis February 8, 2012 / 4:16 pm

    Charlaine Harris does short stories between books in the Sookie Stackhouse series, and I find it a bit annoying, mainly because they are often in anthologies with other authors, but are still important to the overall series storyline. I was really lost at the beginning of one of the books because there was a short story I had missed.


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