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December 12, 2019
Winter Reading Season TBR (2019)
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For winter, I have four out of ten nonfiction titles on my TBR because of the wonderful recommendations I noted during Nonfiction November! I’m not a seasonal reader, but I’m eager to hunker down with some great nonfiction selections this winter!
I never plan more than ten titles for my quarterly TBR lists because I need to leave time for mood reading and review commitments. These ten books are a priority on a much longer general TBR.
What is your most anticipated read this winter?
I’m linking up today with Girlxoxo and Traveling With T for Month of Faves: Winter Reading, and also with That Artsy Reader Girl for Top Ten Tuesday: Winter To Read List.
Winter 2019 TBR
***UPDATE: 4.5 Stars. A compelling and memorable read. Full review here.
***UPDATE: 5 Stars. A compelling and heartbreaking read. Review coming soon.
***UPDATE: 3 Stars. A poignant multilayered family drama. Brief Goodreads review here.
***UPDATE: 4 Stars. Reminiscent of On the Come Up. Review to come.
January and February Netgalley ARC Commitments
Lady Clementine By Marie Benedict (Pub Date: Jan 7, 2020)
***UPDATE: 4 Stars. A fascinating historical figure. Full review here.
The Little Bookshop on the Seine by Rebecca Raisin (Pub Date: Jan 7, 2020)
***UPDATE: 2.5-3 Stars. A light romantic read. Brief Goodreads review here.
The Girl in White Gloves: A Novel of Grace Kelly by Kerri Maher (Pub Date: Feb 25, 2020)
Do you have a Winter TBR?
What is your one most anticipated read this winter?
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