Today’s Topic: Books On My Winter 2020-2021 TBR
Hosted by: That Artsy Reader Girl
As usual, my TBR list consists of new releases and books that have been out for a while that I haven’t had the chance to get to yet.
A Castaway in Cornwall – With the setting in Cornwall, I’m easily sold. But it’s also written by an author whose writing style reminds me a bit of Jane Austen so, of course this made my list.
To Dwell Among Cedars – Having read all of this author’s other Biblical fiction titles, I’m very excited to read the first in a new series, particularly since she tends to focus on lesser known Biblical stories and settings.
Tidewater Bride – Laura Frantz is one of my very favorite authors of historical romance. So this is an auto-buy and read for me. But I’m especially excited to read a tale set in early Jamestown.
Beauty Among Ruins – This author has slowly won me over with each one of her stories. Plus, there aren’t enough books set in WWI, like this.
The Prince of Spies – Confession, this is the last in a series of which I haven’t yet read book two. But I don’t care. I’ve been dying for this story since book one.
All of You Always – The first in a new contemporary series, this one easily caught my eye.
The London Restoration – Released in August, I’ve hated waiting this long to read this historical title from Rachel McMillan. This one is set in London post WWII and no one characterizes place better than she.
Gone With the Wind – Having just finished Rhett Butler’s People and also having seen Gone With the Wind more times than I can count, I decided it was time to tackle this famous book.
An Ivy Hill Christmas – I’m trying to incorporate more holiday themed books into my reading this time of year and this one is right up my alley.
Notting Hill in the Snow – Speaking of holiday themes, here is another one, written by an author I’ve grown to appreciate.
2 Replies to “Top Ten Tuesday – Books On My Winter 2020-2021 TBR”
Gone With the Wind was a good read. Hope you like it.
So far, so good. It’s very long, but very interesting. I’m about 65% of the way through.