Tuesday 15 December 2020

Top Ten Tuesday | Books On My Winter 2020-2021 TBR


Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature that highlights ten books that all relate to a certain topic and is  hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. 

This Weeks Topic Is...

Books On My Winter 2020-2021 TBR. So, this is a selection of books I'm hoping to read towards the end of December all the way into February. There in a vague reading order as I've already planned out my January TBR and made a start on my February one! 

The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue by V. E. Schwab

I'm 100% percent reading this book this month and I genuinely can't wait. This of course has gotten so much hype since it's release and it's a book that I really think I'm going to enjoy a lot. I've been mildly interested in V. E. Schwab's books before but this one has stood out to me more then the rest. Probably because I like the light fantasy/historical aspect plus the premise just sounds so interesting. This is also meant to be pretty emotional so I'm mentally preparing myself for it already!

10 Blind Dates by Ashley Elston     

This has been on my top ten Tuesday list two weeks in a row now! I ordered this book last month because I wanted a light, Christmas romance on my December TBR and I think that's exactly what I'm going to get. The whole 'family chooses my blind dates' thing is going to bring about a whole load of disasters I'm sure.

All I Want For Christmas by Wendy Loggia   

Another festive romance, this one wasn't initially on my December TBR but my library just got a load of Christmas themed books on the app and I just happened to be in the mood for a cute romance. I'm going to try my best to squeeze this in towards the end of the month but we'll have to wait and see.
As we head into January I'm hoping to read this book fairly early on in the month as it's a library loan that I only have until the middle of the month. This is another really hyped book at the moment, so many people are talking about it. I love the premise too, a library that allows you to look at infinite ways that your life could've been different. A lot of people have said it's the perfect heartwarming read which is why I feel it'll be a good one to kick off 2021.

Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng   

I wasn't originally going to add this to my January TBR but I saw a few clips from the tv adaptation a couple of weeks ago and I was really intrigued. I own both of Celeste Ng's books so I'm hoping that I really like this author. I'm not too sure what this is about but I'm happy to go into this one blind. 
I got my edition in the October Owlcrate and I've been trying to squeeze onto my TBR's since but I'm finally going to read it in January and I'm so excited. Pretty much everyone who has read this has loved it so I'm already hoping this is a five star read for me. I love the sound of the magic system, the secret society aspects and the fact that it's inspired by the legend of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table.

Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe by Benjamin Alire Sáenz   

I've had this book for years and it's just been sitting on my shelf all this time that I think I need to get around to reading it finally. I'm trying to prioritize books I've owned for a long time and this is one that's higher up on my list. I remember so many people talking about this book when it was first released  and although it seems more character driven then plot driven, I'm hoping I'll love it all the same. 

Conversations with Friends by Sally Rooney  

I read Normal People earlier in the year just before the amazing adaptation came out and I really enjoyed so I want to give her other novel a try. This one doesn't interest me as much but I think I could still end up liking it, just not as much as Normal People probably. Also, I always find it weird reading books with characters that have the same name as you. People with common names, I don't know how you do it! 

Today Tonight Tomorrow by Rachel Lynn Solomon 

I always enjoy books set over small amounts of time and this book about a graduation class game set over 24 hours sounds promising. I've seen a lot of people enjoying this recently and I saw that it's just been added to Scribd so I automatically added it to my TBR as soon as possible except it won't be until February! I've been losing interest in YA contemporary lately but hopefully this will remind me why I love the genre.
Another one I hope to read in February and another ebook that I borrowed from library. This drew a big conversation when it was released at the beginning of the year and I always meant to try it but never got round to getting it physically. This book deals with themes such as racism and white privilege so I'm sure it will be an eye-opening read.  

Have you read any of these? Which books are on your Winter TBR? Leave a comment or link your own Top Ten Tuesday's for me to check out! Happy Reading!



  1. Little Fires Everywhere definitely sounds interesting.

    My post.

  2. THE MIDNIGHT LIBRARY is one I'm hoping to get to soon. I have a copy of it - now I just need to find time to read it! I hope we both enjoy it.

    Happy TTT (on a Wednesday)!


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