This weeks Top Ten Tuesday topic hosted by Broke and Bookish is The Top Ten Books On My Winter TBR. I only got to 3 of the books on my Fall TBR and hope to really read and accomplish this list this winter! I have been really busy lately and come Feb. I will have a significant less amount time for reading so we will see what happens. I also could not come up with 10 because I have been mood reading lately so its hard to make a list.
Splintered by A.G Howard. I am obsessed with Alice in Wonderland and everything about it so I cant believe I haven’t read any of the “retellings” yet. I have heard such awesome things about this series and I really want to read it!
City of Stairs by Robert Jackson Bennett. I have really been wanting to read more fantasy. This is a stand alone (as far as I know) and a book that I got for review so what better book to pick up!
♠ Bloodlines by Richelle Mead. I read the Vampire Academy series earlier this year and really want to get back into the world. Although I rather binge read the series I would at least like to read the first book.
♠ Wait For You by J. Lynn. I have really been getting into reading New Adult lately and I have heard good things about this series. I also happen to love Armentrout’s Dark Elements series so I am hoping to enjoy this too!
♠ The Walls Around Us by Nova Ren Suma. This book doesn’t come out until March but I was fortunate enough to receive an ARC copy of the book and would really like to read it before it is published.
♠ Tiger Lily by Jodi Lynn Anderson. I have heard nothing but raving about this book. I love that its a stand alone and a retelling of sort for Peter Pan!
♠ Sweet Evil by Wendy Higgins. The winter makes me want to read paranormal and fantasy books. I have this whole trilogy and would really like to get to them all. I feel like this will be a quick gripping read!
♠ Yes Please by Amy Poehler. I do not own this book yet, but I NEED it! I love Amy Poehler and I read an excerpt from this and could not stop laughing. She has a great sense of humor and it really shows through the writing.
What are some books you plan/ want to read this winter?