Here we are again. Another new season is upon us and with it comes the chance to share my winter 2020 reading wish list aka a winter 2020 (- 2021) TBR!
Like anytime, I rarely if ever follow my seasonal TBRs, but also like every other one I create, I love the chance to talk about seasonal reading because these publications are just so much fun to put together. Like usual, I’m going to put together mostly titles that are already on my bookshelf because I’m trying to be better about reading what I own over reading only new releases. Also, I feel it important to note that, unlike my summer transition into fall TBR-ing, I did not go back to review my fall TBR progress. I already know I FAILED, and who needs the reminder!!??
Let’s take a look.
Winter 2020 Reading Wish List
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1: The Code for Love and Heartbreak, Jillian Cantor
2: The Dress Shop on King Street, Ashley Clark
Like I say (all. the. time.), I am not a fan of historical fiction in a general sense, but now and again one comes along that intrigues! This is one. Plus, I’m curious about a new-to-me author. Amazon | Goodreads
3: Jo & Laurie, Melissa de la Cruz and Margaret Stohl
I know… I’ve had this one on my seasonal TBRs for, what, the last two seasons? I don’t know. Either way, it’s one I still want to read, and hey, maybe it’ll work out and this is actually the better season to enjoy this one! Amazon | Goodreads
4: The Cul-de-Sac War, Meslissa Fergunson
5: Jane in Love, Rachel Givney
6: To Love a Prince, Rachel Hauck
7: Well Met, Jen DeLuca
This has been an intending-to-read title on my shelf for way too long. I feel as though it looks like a solid, entertaining read, plus thinking ahead, I’ll need some rom-coms for January/February 2021 content. Amazon | Goodreads
8: The Vanishing Stair, Maureen Johnson
Pretty sure I have this one on my autumn TBR, but as I said, I’m too “scared” to go back and look, so I’ll just assume instead. Anyway, a fun little mystery seems a good add-on, right? Amazon | Goodreads
9: New Year’s Kiss, Lee Matthews
10: Recommended for You, Sarah Silverman
BONUS! Back to You, Jess Mastorakos
Like I said, I wanted some light-hearted romances on this list for early 2021 content. Let’s see if this will actually help in my content planning, plus I’m a softie for military romance. Amazon | Goodreads
BONUS! Christmas in Three Quarter Time, Rachel McMillan
What books made your Winter 2020 Reading Wish List? Do you plan to read all the new releases or read from your bookshelf? Which method do you prefer? Comment all of your winter reading hopefuls below – I want to chat with you all.
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