Greetings, fellow blog enthusiasts, and welcome to another Top Ten Tuesday!
This week I’m going to reveal my big not-so-secret Winter TBR! I never really plan what books I’m going to read but I’ve been trying to get my tbr under control, so this is going to be a great thing (so long as I actually follow it, heh…).
Pick Me Shrek, Pick Me!
- We Used to Be Friends: Amy Spalding’s newest release is sitting on my NetGalley shelf just waiting for me to start reading. It isn’t on my Goodreads tbr but it is definitely one I’ll be tackling this winter!
- The Night Country: This baby is on my Goodreads tbr! I was lucky enough to get approved for a copy on NetGalley so this is another one I’ll definitely be reading this winter.
- Saga, vol. 1: My online and irl friends have been raving about Saga for years and I’m determined to check it out for myself this winter!
- Shadow and Bone: I remember checking this out years ago, never getting to it, buying it, never reading it, and now it’s a huge series that I still haven’t read and I have no excuse. It’s! About! Time!
- Vassa in the Night: This one doesn’t have fantastic reviews on Goodreads but I love the idea of Baba Yaga and Vasilisa the Beautiful in a modern retelling, and it’s been on my Goodreads tbr since March this year.
- Five Dark Fates: I got this at Half Price Books not long after it was released and it’s since been sitting on my shelf. I don’t know why I haven’t started it yet, but I’m going to try my best to read it this winter!
- Serpent & Dove: I’ve seen this one all over Goodreads and have heard nothing but great things about it. I think it’s about time I check it out myself and see what all the hype is about!
- The Hating Game: I’ll have to throw in a good romance to get me through the cold, snowy winter! I’ve heard good things about this one and the summary makes it sound like a fun read.
- Only a Breath Apart: This book has a cute cover, an interesting summary, and surprisingly good reviews on Goodreads. It sounds like it might be a bit predictable but I’m guessing there must be something special about it.
- Pumpkinheads: I read a bit of this on NetGalley and haven’t managed to get a copy since it’s been published. I know pumpkin season is over now, but it can’t hurt to prepare for next year, right?
Most of these are on my Goodreads tbr list and, if I make a good effort to get through this list this winter, I’ll be a happy camper!
Have you read any of these? Are they on your tbr list?