Top Ten Tuesday: Winter TBR

Posted December 18, 2018 by shooting in Discussion / 33 Comments

Today I’m linking up with That Artsy Reader Girl for Top Ten Tuesday. Feel free to leave your own links – or answers – in the comments!

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December 18: Winter 2018 TBR

Hark the Herald Angels Slay by Vicki Delaney
A Family for Christmas by Jay Northcote
A Christmas Kiss by Annabelle Jacobs
Walking on Thin Ice by Jocelynn Drake
Not Just for Christmas by Annabelle Jacobs

These five are books Iโ€™ve wanted to read for awhile now, though I only own Number 1 (third book in the series, and a cozy mystery series I highly enjoy!)

These are also all Christmas themed books, and Iโ€™ve only got five, but the rest of my Winter TBR will be pretty random Iโ€™m sure.

What’s on your Winter TBR?

33 responses to “Top Ten Tuesday: Winter TBR

  1. I have such a love/hate relationship with Christmas themed books, but I don’t know why! I read Sarah Morgan’s The Christmas Sisters recently and loved it!

  2. It’s kind of sad, but it’s only recently that I learned that Christmas books are such a thing! I’ve never really read any books as an adult that are specifically Christmas-themed. I don’t know why, I always loved Christmas books as a kid!!

  3. I wish I had found some Christmas-y themed books to read this holiday season- a few years ago I was reading some cozy mysteries with a holiday theme and I quite enjoyed them, but then I got on to other things. I should revisit those.

  4. I deliberately didn’t have a reading plan for this last half of December and its been fun just grabbing what catches my eye, but I return to my Winter TBR schedule in January for my Reading Challenge books. Your cozy mystery series does sound good. I’ve been reading more cozies lately.

  5. Being summer here, it feels a little odd to be reading wintry Christmas themed reads. I wish we had more set within this hemisphere or even in Australia. There’s a few romance novels but that’s about it. I’ll have to check these out too Lauren, might help me get into the Christmas spirit!

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  6. I’m not a big Christmas/winter theme reader. I love scary books, but have never even been able to make myself stick to a Halloween theme list around that time of the year. I just read what I’m in the mood for, or these days, more what I have listed to read for reviews. ๐Ÿ™‚

  7. Before I started blogging, I would read Christmas books any time of year. I don’t really look for a Christmas theme but it won’t deter me from reading something by an author I enjoy. Since I started blogging, I seem to only pick up Christmas books in the months leading up to the holiday. I hope you enjoy these 5!

  8. Emily

    I rarely read any Christmas themed books and I’m not really sure why. I have been wanting to read The Nutcracker. I saw that it was on sale at Barnes and Noble and that may have made me want to read it even more.

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