Top Ten Books On My Winter TBR (2017)

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by the wonderful The Broke and The Bookish. This week’s list is a TBR list. I love these lists because they give me encouragement to read a book at a certain time! I don’t always keep to them, but on my Autumn/Fall list I managed to read them all! 🙂  These books aren’t necessarily seasonal, just books I want to get around to this Winter.

Click on the book image to get to the Goodreads page for the book! 🙂

The Names They Gave Us- Emery Lord

The Names They Gave Us

I have loved everything that Emery Lord has written so far, but for some reason hadn’t got around to this book yet! That must be rectified!

Girl In Pieces- Kathleen Glasgow

Girl in Pieces

I’ve heard amazing things about this book too. I need to read it this winter.

A Quiet Kind Of Thunder- Sara Barnard

A Quiet Kind of Thunder

I enjoy Sara Barnard’s writing!

Geekerella- Ashley Poston


I have heard wonderful things about this book seeing it raved about all over the blogosphere.

Wait For Me- Caroline Leech

Wait for Me

I’m intrigued by this book!

Watching Edie- Camilla Way

Watching Edie

I had to have a thriller in there somewhere. If you’re a regular reader of my blog, you’ll know I really like them!

Windfall- Jennifer E. Smith


I haven’t read Jennifer E. Smith in a while, so I’m intrigued to see if I still enjoy her writing.

All That She Can See- Carrie Hope Fletcher

All That She Can See

I hear that this is a little magical. I like magical reads.

Literally- Lucy Keating


Not one I know a lot about, but I’m intrigued!

The Girlfriend- Michelle Francis

The Girlfriend

Another thriller. I like to mix genres in a TBR list.

What are you hoping to read this Winter? Let me know! Feel free to leave a link to your post and I’ll stop by!

53 thoughts on “Top Ten Books On My Winter TBR (2017)

  1. Despite the fact that I still rave (in the best way) about Emery’s “The Start of Me and You,” I haven’t picked up any of her other books. ‘Names’ is high on my list for sure! So is “Geekerella” (which I hear is darling) and “Wait for Me” (love that it’s a YA historical). Hopefully we both enjoy all of these. Happy winter TBR-ing, Chrissi!

  2. The Girl Friend looks like a fun thriller, and that one’s caught my eye before. Sounds tense. The Names They Gave Us looks good too.

  3. Great list, Chrissi! I still love the cover of The Wind Fall, and I’m really interested in All That She Can See – I’ve heard it’s got a bit of a Chocolat vibe to it, I’d be interested to hear your thoughts on it. =)

  4. Such a great mix of books here. I had every intention of reading Wait for Me earlier in the year but haven’t been in the mood to do so. I’m still intrigued by the book so hopefully, I can get to it in the new year. 😀

  5. Looks like you have some great books coming up! I’d really like to read Geekerella as well — I need to remember to see if my library has it available yet. 🙂

  6. Great list! I read Girl in Pieces a couple of months ago and really enjoyed it. Definitely slow in some parts – at least for my liking – but I feel like the author handled the topic better than most and it definitely affected me as a reader. A Quite Kind of Thunder was one of the novels I DNFed unfortunately but, I really hope that you’ll enjoy it when you get around to reading it! Hope you have a wonderful week!

  7. Ooh great picks! I read and liked Wait For Me, and Literally was cute- if a little strange hah. Girl in Pieces is really good too- hard to read because of the subject, but good! I really want to read The Names They Gave Us and A Quiet Kind of Thunder, too! I have them both, so hopefully! Hope that you get to these soon, and that you like them too!

  8. Your article/ blog posting is so fun to read. Your TBR list really grabs my attention as well. I have such a massive list of books that I still need to read. As well as lots of new TBR books that I have recently added. I need to collaborate a list so can a. Share it and b. Keep track of my progress

  9. Another great list, Chrissi! I am anxious to read The Names They Gave Us too. I haven’t read the author before, but hopefully that will change. I’ve been reading thrillers in between my Christmas reads, and Watching Edie looks really good! I’ve also had my eye on Geekerella. I hope you get to read all of these this winter, Chrissi! Enjoy the rest of your week!

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