Top Ten Tuesday: Books On My Winter TBR

Posted December 17, 2019 by shooting in Discussion / 28 Comments

I’m back with That Artsy Reader Girl for Top Ten Tuesday

Top Ten Tuesday: Winter TBR

I know when people talk about a TBR, it’s books they already have on hand that they plan to read during a set time. However, for me, I’m going to share some books that I may or may not already own but would love to read this Winter! I have some Christmas/Winter themed books, some cozy titles, and just some books that I’d love to finally check out.

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Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban: Illustrated Edition: This is my favorite Harry Potter book, so I really need to get on it when it comes to the illustrated version — especially since Goblet of Fire just came out.

A Christmas Kiss by Annabelle Jacobs: One of those Christmas books that I keep meaning to get and read.

A Family for Christmas by Jay Northcote: Another Christmas book I’ve been meaning to get and read.

Elementary, She Read by Vicki Delany: I love Vicki Delany’s Year Round Christmas cozy mystery series, so I’d love to check out another book by her.

Regret by Christina Lee: I’ve read a book by Christina Lee before, and I want to read more. This one sounds good!

Caught in Time (Kendra Donovan #3) by Julie McElwain: I loved the first two books in this series, so I really need to keep going. I’m pretty sure book four is already out and everything! You can read my previous reviews here and here.

White Elephant by Trish Harnetiaux: There’s no way I’ll get to this before Christmas, but I’m okay with reading “Christmas” books whenever, and Winter is still a great time. Doesn’t it sounds awesome??

The Great Shelby Holmes and the Coldest Case by Elizabeth Eulberg: I’ve read the first two books in this MG series, and I keep meaning to continue. This seems perfect for the Winter!

Find Me Their Bones by Sara Wolf: I don’t read a ton of fantasy, so I wasn’t sure if I’d like Bring Me Their Hearts (the first book in the series) but I loved it, so now I NEED to get my hands on Find Me Their Bones.

The Bromance Book Club by Lyssa Kay Adams: I’m sure most of you have seen this book around the blogosphere lately. It sounds great, and I’ve heard mostly good things, so I really want to read it.

Let’s Discuss: Do you want to read any of the above books? What’s on your Winter TBR list? 

28 responses to “Top Ten Tuesday: Books On My Winter TBR

  1. I have a holiday TBR that’ll kick in just before Christmas. books I really want to read but have no intention to write an in depth review for. The Bromance Book Club is high on my list as well. Almost every review I’ve seen for that one absolutely loved it. Fingers crossed with both enjoy it too!

  2. Christine @ LifeWithAllTheBooks

    Love your choices! The illustrated Prisoner of Azkaban is so amazing – it’s my favourite of the seven HP books too! ?

  3. I love this list! I want to check out some of the illustrated Harry Potter books, I think they’d be fun and a good way to introduce my kiddo to Harry Potter too!

  4. I haven’t heard of any of these except the first and last one- I’ll have to check them out! I’m currently enjoying the Bromance Book Club right now. I’m less than halfway through, but really liking it!

  5. You know, I’ve never read any of the HP illustrated editions, and I really should! The bits I’ve seen so far have been gorgeous. Oooh, Find Me Their Bones and Bring Me Their Hearts sound really interesting! Happy reading.

  6. Those illustrated HP books look gorgeous and one day I’ll start them.

    I enjoy the Kendra Donovan series and I had a good time with Bromance Book Club.

    Hope you enjoy your stack, Lauren!

  7. I’ve read A Christmas Kiss and A Family for Christmas and enjoyed them both! I hope you did/will as well 🙂 I love reading Christmas books as Christmastime, it’s a tradition for me now! I don’t really plan out TBRs at all but I really want to finish my re-read of The Raven Cycle! I re-read The Raven Boys in December and I just want to keep going so I can finally start Call Down the Hawk 🙂 I hope you get to read all these books, Lauren!

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