25 November 2014

Top Ten Tuesday #21

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Broke and the Bookish and is a chance for everyone to get to know fellow bloggers and share lists. I love lists. Every week is a different list.

This week is Top Ten Books On My Winter TBR.

In December all I'm going to read is Christmas themed books. It's something I've only done for the past couple of years, but I look forward to it pretty much from January and snap up any holiday books I see. It's so much FUN. But since winter is more like 3 months than 1, I'd better shove a few none-holiday ones up there.
  • Maybe This Christmas by Sarah Morgan
  • Christmas is Cancelled by Aurelia B Rowl
  • A Christmas to Remember by Jenny Hale
  • Mistletoe Mansion by Samantha Tonge
  • Baby It's Cold Outside by Kerry Barrett
  • Driving Home for Christmas by A L Michael
  • Winter Seige by Ariana Franklin
  • Forever His Darling by Sarah Randall
  • The Little Christmas Kitchen by Jenny Oliver
  • The Little Shop of Hopes and Dreams by Fiona Harper

What about you?

15 comments:

  1. These are new books to me. Hope you enjoy them.

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  2. Oh wow, so many christmas-themed books! :O
    I don't have single one on my list and I don't think I have any on my TBR at all :D

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  3. I haven't read any of these but have been looking for Christmas books for the past month and so your list is PERFECT! Ver excited to get started on some of these!
    Enjoy your festive reads! :)
    My TTT :)

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  4. So many Christmas books! I haven't heard of a lot of them now I'm going to stalk Goodreads =)

    Here's my TTT

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  5. Looks like you're planning your whole Christmas time reading! What in the world will you read after that? :-) Great list! Thanks so much for stopping by my Top 10 earlier.

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  6. Wow, other than the Sarah Morgan, I haven't heard of any of these! I've already read a bunch of my Christmas ARCs, so maybe I'll check out some of these. One of my own frequent Christmastime rereads is Rosamunde Pilcher's Winter Solstice, which is a lovely novel.

    Enjoy your holiday reading!

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  7. These sound so good, especially with a cup of hot cocoa and a Christmas tree!!

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  8. So many Christmas books! I've never been a real seasonal reader, so perhaps My True Love Gave to Me will be enough of a fix for me!

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  9. Very nice! This list is perfect for getting in the Christmas spirit. ❄❄❄

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  10. I tried to go with wintry books for my list. I don't think I could've come up with 10 Christmas-themed books, though!

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  11. Great list! I've been looking for some good holiday recommendations so I am going to look into several of these stories. Hope you get to read them.

    Dreams @ Once Upon A Dream Books

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  12. Wow lots of Christmas books. I hope you enjoy them and the rest of your week.
    Sharon @ Sharon's Book Nook!

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  13. A lot of really christmassy reads! great list and I hope you enjoy them :D

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  14. I've been wanting to try Sarah Morgan for a while. A Christmas book may be the perfect start. I have a weakness for Christmas stories.

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  15. I love that you went with a Christmas theme! Enjoy your books & the holidays :)

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