Friday, 24 November 2017

My Winter Reading List


Today I thought I'd sit down and share with you the reading list I've curated for the winter months - with these titles being books I'll read over the next three months. If you want to read more about my seasonal reading lists, then I recommend checking out this post.

This winter is only the second season I've done this for, however autumn was a great success and I'm keen to carry on with reading lists for the foreseeable future. I will talk more in depth about my experience once I've completed them for a longer period of time.

So without further ado, here are the books I hope to read during December, January & February.

All titles below have been linked via Goodreads

BOOKS FROM MY SHELVES

BOOKS FROM MY KINDLE LIBRARY

BOOKS FOR REVIEW
(My review books may increase over the course of my winter reading list)

LIBRARY BORROWS
At the time of writing this I have no books borrowed from the library - this is an open category

So that concludes my winter reading list... I'd love to know what books you're looking forward to reading over the next few months.
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  1. I love this idea, Jade. Thank you for sharing the list. My 11-year-old nephew recommended 'A Christmas Carol'. ;) I look forward to reading that along with him. Winter is not evident in Chennai, India. But I still wear my blue cardigan and OD on Christmas posts. :)

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    1. That'll be nice to read 'A Christmas Carol' alongside a family member; I hope you both enjoy!

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  2. I hope you get a chance to read all these. I’m hopefully going to spend the winter catching up on old Newbery winners.

    Aj @ Read All The Things!

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  3. I like how this list is split up! Happy winter reading :)

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  4. Great list of books lined up! I will be anxious about what you think of The Child Finder. It's one I also have to read.

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    1. I'm keen to read that one as I have read, and enjoyed, another title by the author. Hopefully we both have a good experience with it!

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  5. I'm planning on reading A Christmas Carol this year as well! The Body in the Library is one of my favorites and The Snow Child was a surprise hit a few years back. I hope you enjoy your winter reading!

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    1. I hope you enjoy A Christmas Carol - I try to return to it each year. It sounds like I'm in for some good reads based of your experiences with some of these titles.

      Happy reading, Katherine!

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  6. I love this idea still. I borrowed it for fall and it worked really well! I've been planning a month at a time, and it is a nice way to do things. Lol. These books all sound great! And some of them, super scary!

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    1. I'm glad you've been adapting and enjoying this way of reading also, Erin :-)

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  7. I decided to go for a TBR of books I want to read before the end of the year this month but I love a seasonal reading list! I'd definitely recommend The Lie Tree - I read it for a book club last year and despite there being a real mix of people with different reading tastes, everybody really enjoyed it. And you can't go wrong with Agatha Christie at any time of year I don't think so great shout!

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    1. I've heard so many good things about The Lie Tree... And I'm reading the Christie book currently; great cosy night reading.

      Good luck with finishing those books on your TBR!

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  8. Looks like a good list of books! I can't remember the last time I didn't have any library books checked out. Good way to make sure you're reading from your own shelves. :) Enjoy your winter reads!

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    1. It really is... Although I do wish I had some library books out. Making time to visit now that we've moved is a little harder as we live further away; I've been making a point to take my son but no solo trips. I definitely think I should plan one for early new year when hopefully a few of these titles have been ticked off.

      Happy winter reading, Julie!

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