Top Ten Tuesdays #159: Winter TBR

Posted November 28, 2017 / TBR Lists, Top 10 Tuesdays, Weekly Memes / 7 Comments

Ten Books I’m Reading ASAP in January 2018

Top Ten Tuesdays are hosted by The Broke and the Bookish, where we make lists of our top ten books (or something else!) based on that week’s prompt. The topics are provided ahead of time and can be found here. Book links bring you to Goodreads or my review.

Because you’ve seen my holiday TBR already this week, you may have a good idea of which books I’ll be hitting in December. Combine THAT with the monthly TBR post I have coming up later this week and you get the full picture. I decided to feature instead the ten books I’m reading ASAP in January/late winter 2018. That way, you can see a different list instead of the same books repeated all week 😉

December/January Releases

Foolish Hearts As You Wish Together at Midnight

Foolish Hearts by Emma Mills // I’m going to want to read this the minute I acquire it at some point, but I think I won’t have enough time in 2017 based on my other “required reading.” I’ve heard nothing but GREAT things about this story, plus I already have loooooved Mills’ two other books. Top priority!

As You Wish by Chelsea Sedoti // I have an egalley of this already but haven’t gotten to it. I think this could be my first review copy of the new year! I’ve been enjoying the wish-themed books lately and hopefully this one lives up to the potential.

Together at Midnight by Jennifer Castle // I LOVE this premise! I’m a huge fan of holiday books but you don’t really see too many for New Years. Full disclosure though, I’m not personally a fan of the holiday anyways. BUT this one sounds cute and comes out ASAP after the holiday so maybe I’ll read it in early January.

Unfinished Business & 2017 Leftovers

Royce Rolls Twist (Loop, #2) Me, You and Tiramisu

Royce Rolls by Margaret Stohl // I was so excited for this book and even preordered it. It’s been on countless lists on my blog and everything, but noooope. Still haven’t read it. Hopefully I can make it a priority in late winter because seriously, Lauren?

Twist by Karen Akins // My original plan when I started LOOP was to immediately read its sequel, but clearly that didn’t happen. I got distracted with moving and reading all these other books (and honestly, not reading much at all at the end of June). So! I hope to finish this duo ASAP next year, please.

Me, You, and Tiramisu by Charlotte Butterfield // I loved Crazy Little Thing Called love and immediately bought this one when I saw the price. I didn’t want to read it too soon after finishing her other book (you know how I am) so hopefully I’ll get to it next year.

Review Copies

The Elizas Moxie  More Than We Can Tell What Goes Up

The Elizas by Sara Shepard // This book doesn’t come out until April but it’s taunting me on my Kindle right now. I didn’t want to read it ASAP after finishing another Shepard book, so I decided to hold off. I think I’ll be ready for it sometime in January though.

Moxie by Jennifer Mathieu // To be fair to me, I got this review copy after the book was already published (from a giveaway). I wanted to read it earlier but somehow wasn’t in the mood. I know, I know, it has my name written all over it. Sometime early next year!

More Than We Can Tell by Brigid Kemmerer // I’ve had this one sitting on my shelf in CT for a little while because I didn’t want to tempt myself into reading it too soon. I think early next year will be a good time for it and not TOO early. I’ve been eager to read this companion story even though I didn’t love the first book as much as most people did.

What Goes Up by Katie Kennedy // I don’t remember if I requested this one or not but it seems really fun. I don’t read a lot of sci-fi by any means but hopefully this book starts me off on the right foot of ~reading outside my comfort zone~ in 2018. It doesn’t publish until the summer but I see myself getting to it early.

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