Tuesday, December 18, 2018

Top Ten Tuesday: My Winter TBR

Top Ten Tuesday is a meme hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. This week's topic is...

My Winter TBR!


BUT! At least I have lots of January, February, and March releases to read. And let me tell you, there are SO MANY books being released in the first quarter of the year, that I want to read. This list is a mix of books, which I own, will definitely read, and am very excited about.


What's on your winter TBR?
Let us know in the comments!

54 comments:

  1. Fame, Fate, and the First Kiss sounds super adorable! I have that on my tbr too. Here's hoping we both love!
    Jen @ Star-Crossed Book Blog

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    1. I will read everything West writes. Even my lease favorite by her was satisfying and left me smiling.

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  2. So much goodness to look forward to! The Sound of Drowning looks heartbreaking for some reason. NEED to find out more!

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    1. Secrets always tend to come out and make some good drama in stories.

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  3. I haven't put together a winter TBR, just working on what I want to get to in January at the moment!

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    1. I had like 25 review books for Jan. Glad to say I am halfway through, but I always look a little ahead.

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  4. Great list! Watch Us Rise made mine as well this week, but I'm also very interested in Goodbye Perfect and You Asked for Perfect.

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    1. I just realized - that's a lot of perfect there. Barnard is so wonderful! I am really excited to read more her books. I hope they all get US releases.

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  5. I am so excited to read the new Kasie West book! I am a sucker for all the contemporaries and I can't wait to read it. I hope that you enjoy all of the books you have chosen. :)

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    1. When am I not excited about a Kasie West book?

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  6. All of these are new to me. Where have I been? LOL I have a large stack of winter reads. Some romance, urban fantasy, science fiction and, of course, some horror. LOL

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    1. You mix it up well. I think almost every book on my TBR is contemporary. I guess my mix comes from age group.

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  7. I hope you love them! I have paid zero attention to what’s coming out next year. I’m still trying to catch up on books from last year!

    Aj @ Read All The Things!

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    1. I appreciate your goal of trying to read your shelf. I am terrible about that.

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  8. I agree, winter sucks! I always look forward though to all the great book releases during the season, it helps me cope!

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  9. Fame Fat e& the First Kiss and Pretty in Punxsutawney are two I am excited for. So many good books coming out!

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    1. My list is endless, but these are 10 I actually have and will definitely read.

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  10. You Asked for Perfect and Our Year of Maybe sound good. Good luck getting to them!

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    1. I have all the books up there already. That's how I know I will read them.

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  11. I think these are all new to me! I need to try Kasie West sometime.

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    1. Kasie West books are so fun and cute. You should try one. I think my favorite was The Distance Between Us, but all (except 1) of her books was 5 stars for me.

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  12. Our Year of Maybe was FABULOUS. Like just go read it now and flail with me. Goodbye Perfect looks really good too, that is one I hope to read at some point. Hope you enjoy these!! Also your GIF is very, VERY on point 😂

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    1. I think I am reading Maybe next week. I am hearing amazing things. Winter really does suck. I guess I should be grateful that we have been getting a ton of rain, because if it were colder, we would have had foot upon foot of snow.

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  13. I hope you enjoy all of these when you get to read them! The Sound of Drowning looks really interesting!

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    1. I am really intrigued by Downing. It sounds like it will be feel-packed.

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  14. Comics Will Break Your Heart is one I'm interested in. It looks cute-ish. Also-- Goodbye, Perfect!! I just looked it up and YES!!! I need that one!

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    1. I like the whole comic family legacy and the family that stole it all from them with the Romeo and Juliet romance. Barnard's books are so wonderful. I need all her books to be published in the US.

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  15. Go Lucy! I couldn't agree more haha. Comics Will Break Your Heart certainly sounds interesting- will have to look closer- and a new Laura Silverman book. I liked her Girl Out of Water.

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    1. I think Schultz is rolling over in his grave seeing such things come out of Lucy's mouth, but hey, it's true. I am excited about Comics, and I very interested in seeing what Silverman has in store for us.

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  16. I asked for Our Year of Maybe after having seen it some weeks/months ago here! No luck so far so I guess i'll just have to buy it LOL Sophie @bewareofthereader

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    1. I always say, if I didn't get declined, there is still hope.

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  17. That The SOund of Drowning cover gets me every time. It's so pretty.

    Karen @ For What It's Worth

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    1. It's really nice, and I like the added line graphics. Those were a change from the original cover.

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  18. I'm so excited about Pretty in Punxsutawney (wow, is that hard to spell)! I just got an ARC of it, and am hoping to read it soon! I haven't read any of Kasie West's most recent releases, but I'm eager to go back and read more of her backlist.

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    1. Yeah, it shall be called PiP. I mean, it name drops two of my favorite movies. It has to be good.

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  19. Ohhhh love this list! I hadn't been reading contemporaries lately so I hadn't had any of these on my GR list besides the Kasie West book! I think I'll be adding quite a few :D!

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    1. I am a contemporary-ho, and it's pretty much all I read, but I read it on MG, YA, and the adult level. So, I have variety.

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  20. I don't know these, but I'm LOVING all these covers! I have to look them all up now. Hopefully you love them all and they make winter suck a little less 😂

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  21. I'm not familiar with these, but the collage image is full of such nice colors and pretty covers, I love it!

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    1. Pretty covers are usually what pull me in. I know, I shouldn't judge a book by its cover, but I can't help myself.

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  22. I REALLY want to read You Asked for Perfect. It sounds quite good!

    -Lauren
    www.shootingstarsmag.net

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    1. I liked Silverman's debut, and think the concept for Perfect is great. I feel like she will do a good job with it.

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  23. I love the cover for Watch Us Rise. Honestly, the rest of the books sound good, too.

    Here is our Top Ten Tuesday. Thanks for stopping by earlier.

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    1. I was so happy when I got approved for Watch Us Rise. It sounds amazing!

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  24. Even though I am a book behind, I am really excited about this upcoming Kasie West novel. Hope you enjoy all the books you pick up this winter!

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    1. I love K West! I am sort of happy she has been putting out multiple books each year.

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  25. I really want to read One Year of Maybe. There are so many books coming out. I can't keep up. I am so lost with it all. So many I want. =)

    Mary

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    1. I am starting that one later today, and I am really excited. I am hearing so many good things about it. I am going to listen to Solomon's debut as I read it too. Double dose of the author there.

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  26. Knowing you, you will be able to fly through all of these books! I have really been enjoying Sara Barnard lately so I am very much looking forward to hearing what you think about that one!! Also, I don't like winter either so I am intending to reading it all away :D

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    1. Barnard's books are so lovely. I want them all to be released in the US. Well, it was 61 F our first day of winter here in NJ, which was bizarre, but it was nice to not have to wear a coat for one day.

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