TTT #110 | Winter TBR

We have been having fun with Top Ten Tuesday, so we decided we will do one every week. This bookish meme was hosted by The Broke and the Bookish, and has been going since June 2010! Since January 2018 Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl.

This week’s topic is Winter TBR. I’m really bad at doing TBRs (looked at my Fall list and only read one out of ten, haha. So I plan on trying again and we’ll see how far I get. I’ve decided to focus on ten books that I already own and have on my TBR!

Level Grind – Annie Bellet Isabelle and I got to meet this author at Comic Con in November. This series is made up out of all short stories and Level Grind has the first four. The main character runs a comic and game store, so that has me really curious. Novellas are nice to read at times, so this is definitely on top of my list.

The Bookworm Crush – Lisa Brown Roberts I was going to read this in September (I have an e-ARC), but of course I was distracted by the other books that keep calling me. Our main character is a bookworm, so it’s easy to see why I chose this one. The Bookworm Crush sounds adorable and that’s always nice to have during the darker winter days.

Get a Life, Chloe Brown – Talia Hibbert At least I know this one will be read before the winter is over, haha. Get a Life,Chloe Brown is a group read this month in the TBR & Beyond group. I will most likely be reading this one at the beginning of next week. Friends who have read this one have been really excited and that makes me excited!

The Devouring Gray – Christine Lynn Herman Isabelle’s copy of this book is actually on my shelf right now. We started a group to annotate our books and send them around for others to do the same. I’m afraid to say I’ve gotten a bit behind, but really need to get this done. The story sounds amazing, so I’m excited to give this one a go.

A Girl Called Shameless – Laura Steven After my reread of The Exact Opposite of Okay, the sequel keeps calling out to me when I see it on my shelves. I love Izzy and her story, so I must know how it continues! Her next YA book is scheduled to release next year, so I want this one to be read before then!

Keeper of the Lost Cities – Shannon Messenger I’ve read a few amazing middle grade books this year and have a feeling this one will be included to that list. The people I know who have read this have all loved it. What I love as well is that as this series continues, the books keep getting bigger. I’m hoping to love it, so I can enjoy all of this amazing story!

Tilly and the Bookwanderers – Anna James Another middle grade book I’ve been excited about. I love the cover and some of the illustrations I’ve seen while flipping through the book. This seems like a magical story to enjoy curled up with a blanket on a cold night. The sequel was just released a couple of months ago, so I can go grab that one if I end up loving this first book of Pages & Co.

Five Feet Apart – Rachael Lippincott For me this shouldn’t be my Winter TBR, but books I really need to read, haha. Five Feet Apart is another book I’ve had on my shelves for a really long time. It isn’t that long and I’ve heard nothing but amazing things about this book. I have a feeling it will hit me in all the feels, but it’s only a good sign when that happens!

The Gilded Wolves – Roshani Chokshi The publisher recently granted my wish for the sequel of The Gilded Wolves. I wished for it, but still haven’t picked up this one. That’s a perfect reason to add this one to my TBR I think. I enjoyed this author’s other books, so I have a feeling I will love this one too. If the story is as beautiful as the cover there won’t be any problems.

Enchantee – Gita Trelease My goal to read more historical fiction will have a good start if I read this one during the winter. I got this book for my birthday this year, so it’s time to get at it. I’ve read some really positive reviews, so I hope I’m just as positive after giving it a try.

So these are ten books on my winter TBR. Hopefully I read more than one of them before Spring gets closer. Have you read any of these? Which one should I start with? Also, what’s on your winter TBR? Feel free to share your link in the comments!

 

22 thoughts on “TTT #110 | Winter TBR

    1. I’m happy to hear you loved that one so much!! It makes me excited to start reading.

    1. Tilly & The Bookwanderers really looks like it’s going to be a cute read.

  1. Oooh awesometbr! these all lok super interesting, I hope you love them all! I really want to read 5 feet apart too and I have heard a lot about The Devouring Gray!! Great list!!πŸ˜ŠπŸ’œ

    1. Thank you πŸ˜€
      Yeah, I’ve heard a lot about The Devouring Gray as well! Hopefully we both end up liking it.

    1. Thank you! You too. And I thought it was the easiest thing to choose, because I really need to read more of my own TBR!

  2. Great list! I totally suck at TBRs and usually make a possibility pile each month so I don’t feel so consumed by guilt πŸ™ˆ Haha There are plenty on your list that I want to read as well, but alas, too many books and so little reading time… I hope you manage to read as many of them as you can though! Happy reading πŸ™‚
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    1. Happy reading to you as well πŸ˜€
      Yes, I know the so many books, so little time all too well.

  3. A bunch of these are on my TBR. I’m hoping to read Keeper of the Lost Cities soon – I feel like it’s been getting lots of hype lately and I love a good middle grade novel!

    1. It’s definitely gotten a lot of hype and really sounds amazing. I hope we both end up loving it.

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