Today’s Topic: Top Ten Books On My Winter TBR
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I still haven’t read all the books on my Spring/Summer TBR list. And now it is time to make the list for this winter. Sigh…so many books, so little time.
The Awakening (Book 7 in the Age of Faith Series)-This one has no cover or specific release date. But rest assured as soon as it is available, I will be binge reading this latest book from one of my favorite authors. I adore her Medieval romances.
Regency Brides: A Legacy of Grace Series -This is a series I’ve been hearing a lot about and I already own the first two books. I do love a good Regency story.
Saving Shadow –This is a debut which I’ve been hearing a lot of buzz about and one which I won in a giveaway. I like that it is set in Regency England but with a little bit darker undertone than I’m used to for the setting.
Across the Blue -This one releases in February 2018 and is set in Edwardian England. I adore the cover.
Saturday Night Supper Club -A brand new contemporary release from an author I highly respect. I’m not much of a foodie, but I sure enjoy it vicariously through stories like this.
Gulf Coast Chronicles -These books featuring the pre and post Revolutionary Gulf Coast have been out a while. I’ve read the first and have been meaning to finish the remaining two books in the series. I really love learning about what was happening outside of the Northeastern colonies during this historical time period.
Refuge for Masterminds -I’ve really been enjoying Kathleen Baldwin’s alternative history YA series about young females with special gifts. Her heroines are smart and feisty and I can’t wait to read the latest in this series.
Masterpiece -It’s been a while since Francine Rivers has released a new full length novel. At over 500 pages it’s a major time investment but one which I know will be richly rewarded.
The Lost Castle -I will read anything Kristy Cambron writes. I am particularly excited about her newest story being released in February. I’m a big fan of time slip novels and this one covers the French Revolution, WWII and present day. Plus, that cover is simply gorgeous.
Olivia Twist -A reimagined version of Dicken’s Oliver Twist. After reading Lorie Langdon’s deliciously gothic YA tale Gilt Hollow this past spring, I’m looking forward to her take on this classic.
As you can see, my TBR list is dominated by Historical fiction. What are some new releases that you are looking forward to reading this winter?