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Top Ten Books I Will Attempt To Read This Winter
It feels like it’s been forever since I’ve done a Top Ten Tuesday! I really can’t remember the last time I’ve done one, and knowing me, it’s probably been months, since I haven’t really done a lot of blogging. But I’m in a blogging mood, and I really do miss doing TTT, so here we go…books I do want to read this winter.
- Imprudence by Gail Carriger. I’ve had this book for ages, but I still haven’t read. I could use something fun right now, and her books definitely fit the bill.
- Dawn Study by Maria V Snyder. Considering how much I’ve loved this series, I’m really surprised I haven’t listened to the final book in the series. I’ll have to start listening to it soon.
- Bird Box by Josh Malerman. Even though I’ve already read this book, I really want to listen to the audio book this winter to see how it compares to physically reading it.
- The Lumberjanes. I’ve wanted to read it for a while, but I think I’m ready to actually pick it up and read it.
- Tower Of Dawn by Sarah J Maas. Why haven’t I read it yet? I really need to start reading it so I know what happens.
- When Dimple Met Rishi by Sandhya Menon. I’ve wanted to listen to this book for a while, because it seems like a really cute book. I need something light and cute, and this book would work.
- Empress Of A Thousand Skies by Rhoda Belleza. I feel liked I’ve been talking about wanting to read this book for a while but, of course, I haven’t gotten around to it until now. But soon, I hope.
- Juliet Takes A Breath by Gaby Rivera. I really liked Gabi, A Girl In Pieces, so I think I’ll really like this one too.
- Sorcerer To The Crown by Zen Cho. I did start this one, but a few pages in, I realized that I’d do better with the audio book. Which I still haven’t listened to, otherwise it would not be on this list.
- Sleeping Giants by Sylvain Neuvel. I started this one ages ago, but like Sorcerer To The Crown, the print book was not working for me at all. I do plan on listening to it, though, because I think I’ll actually finish it if I listen to it.