December 15, 2020
Winter Reading Season TBR (2020-2021) #TopTenTuesday
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As usual, most of the titles on my TBR are a result of the wonderful recommendations I receive from fellow bloggers or new books by favorite authors!
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 That Artsy Reader Girl for Top Ten Tuesday: Winter To Read List.
Winter 2020-2021 TBR
A new book from favorite author, Susan Meissner. I’m still waiting to see if I might receive an ARC.
***UPDATE: Yes! I received an arc! Great story….possibly Meissner’s best. My review of Fragile Things here.
I loved Meet Me at the Museum, so I’m eager to read the newest women’s fiction from Anne Youngson.
***Update: Still waiting for my library to purchase this….moving it to my spring TBR.
This NF memoir is another rec from Modern Mrs Darcy and it sounds great! Nicki @ The Secret Library Book Blog also loved it.
***UPDATE: 2.5 Stars. I didn’t love this as much as others have. (not reviewed)
This Christmas romance is a rec from Jo at The Book Jotter.
***UPDATE: Still waiting for my library to purchase this…might have to keep my eyes peeled for a kindle sale and save it for next December!
This NF memoir is a rec from Annie B. Jones @ From the Front Porch podcast.
***UPDATE: Still waiting for my library hold. I’m moving it to my Spring TBR.
January Netgalley ARC Commitment
A new histfic from Kristin Hannah, author of The Great Alone, The Nightingale, and The Winter Garden.
***UPDATE: I’ve decided NOT to read this book because I don’t think it’s a match for my personal tastes.
Do you have a Winter TBR?
What is your one most anticipated read this winter?
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~Rainer Maria Rilke
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~Denise J Hughes
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~Madeleine Riley, Top Shelf Text
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