Top Ten Books on my Winter TBR Pile



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WOW- What a day!  Both kids are home because of the snow in NJ_ can you believe we are using a snow day already??

Aside from the fact that I was already up (my son too) by the time they actually called and cancelled, it’s been a pretty cool morning.  I sat in my reading chair with a cozy blanket as the snow began falling before 7 am, and read for two hours.  I started The Bone Season yesterday and cannot wait to finish!

I have been very slow to post/review lately, but I have been lucky enough to be reading lots!  Here is a list of what I hope to read over the winter.  I don’t know about you, but I tend to choose a little deeper reading in the winter months, mixed in with some fun stuff for a change of pace.  I am still planning to join up with The Classics Club…yeah yeah I know I keep saying it, but I really am!  So here are some lighter things (and 1-2 not so light) to pull me through the dreary months ahead.

1.  The Lives of Tao by Wesley Chu

I heard this was a good book, and now has a sequel, so it’s on the list.

2.  Never Let Me Go by Kazuo Ishiguro

This has been on my TBR for a while now, and I found that I read a good amount of the books I listed for my Fall TBR post, so maybe I will finally get to it!

3.  After Her by Joyce Maynard

4.  Sycamore Row by John Grisham

I have been waiting for this through my library for almost a month.

5.  The Dark Witch by Nora Roberts

a little lighter for the in betweens

6.  What Alice Forgot by Liane Moriarity

I am loving this author.  Her book The Husband’s Secret was great and I have heard this is just as good!

7.  The Rosie Project by Graeme Simison

I have seen some great review- looks like a fun book- maybe after skiing?

8-14.  Harry Potter Reread!!

I am inspired by Leah at Books Speak Volumes– she had such a great time doing her reread, and I want to do another also!

I usually find lots of time to read in the winter, and eat, now that I think about it.

What about you?  What are you hoping to read?

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