Hello, there, everyone. Today, one week out from Christmas, here we are with another Top Ten Tuesday post. Our topic today is:
That Artsy Reader Girl | Top Ten Tuesday December 18: Winter  TBR
As I say in each of these post topics, seasonal TBR lists are among my most favorite to put together. The issue that plays in is that I rarely, if ever, actually read these books for a seasonal TBR. This in no way means I don’t want to, it’s just that review books that need my attention arrive or some other distraction. This is reason why I rarely want to go back and look at my prior (in this case autumn) TBR!
This list I tried to curate so that it puts together some ARCs I “must read” (but am excited about) and some books form my shelf that I cannot wait to read. By using this “method,” I’m hopeful that I just may be able to read most if not all of these.
Still, as I say, they’re so much fun to make which also means I’m quite fond of this topic. With all that said, let’s take a look at my (perhaps) not-so-actual winter 2019 TBR!
Top Ten Tuesday December 18
1: Snow in Love (Novella Collection) | Currently reading this one, and I’ll make a confession: I skipped the first story because, well, I’m not afraid to admit, I bought this because Kasie West’s name is on the cover. As such, I want to save the best for last. Amazon | Goodreads
2: P.S. I Still Love You by Jenny Han | Soon as I finished TATBILB and then saw the Netflix adaptation, I really did want to read this sequel. However, now that a Netflix sequel has been announced, the desire to read it has grown tenfold. Amazon | Goodreads
3: One Thing I Know (February) by Kara Isaac | Thanks to its author, I received an ARC copy of this upcoming romance, and cannot wait to read it. Kara’s Close to You is an intelligent and charming debut. Amazon | Goodreads
4: Brunch at Bittersweet Café (February) by Carla | Given how well I enjoyed book one in this series, reading this one is a winter must. CANNOT wait to see what’s next for this group of characters. Amazon | Goodreads
5: Just for Clicks (February) by Kara McDowell | This is a random add that I know next to nothing about, but in my searching and Goodreads browsing I came across it. It sounds really cute, and as if it’s a story many in today’s society can relate to. Amazon | Goodreads
6: Within These Lines (March) by Stephanie Morrill | Another book I’m eagerly looking forward to. I like that it’s a YA historical (which I read next to none of) and that it sounds so unique. Amazon | Goodreads
7 & 8: Field Notes on Love (March) & The Geography of You and Me by Jennifer E. Smith | OK, so this is cheating. A bit. It’s true I do plan to pick up (aka preorder) Jennifer’s upcoming novel, and subsequently (hopefully) read it ASAP. But I have to be honest: I’ve already read ‘Geography.’ In fairness to me though when I added the title, I hadn’t yet read it. ‘Field Notes’: Amazon | Goodreads • ‘Geography’: Amazon | Goodreads
9: The Sky Above Us (February) by Sarah Sundin | Knowing how close we are to Sarah’s second novel (in her new series) makes me keenly aware I still must read book one. Perhaps I ought to remedy that first this winter. Amazon | Goodreads
10: Fame, Fate and the First Kiss (February) by Kasie West | Ah, Kasie West. Not only will I preorder this, chances are, I will also actually read this one in the first two months of its arrival. Amazon | Goodreads
*video publishes Tuesday afternoon; channel linked aboveToday's popular #bookish meme is all about those WINTER TBRs! What do you plan to read? Top Ten Tuesday December 11 | A Cozy & Warm Winter To Be Read List Click To Tweet
Your turn! What books are vying for your attention on that winter TBR!? Any of these? Share all your must-read picks. I’d love to know all your thoughts!
…and who’s with me!!? We can totally read our winter TBRs, right?
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