Set my Winter 2023-2024 TBR Top Ten Tuesday

Set My Winter 2023-2024 TBR With Me

If you’re anything like me, you know the struggle of being a moody reader. TBR (to be read) lists are so fun to make, but you’ll see a brand new book on bookstagram and that’s it. Your TBR will be forgotten. Today, as part of Top Ten Tuesday, we’re going to set my Winter 2023-2024 TBR (even if I don’t stick to it). Creating TBR lists is one of my favorite things to do because it’s a great way to explore new genres and authors (or read some of the books that are forgotten on my shelf). So let’s take a look at some of the books I’m hoping to read this winter.

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My Winter 2023-2024 TBR (maybe)

THE FAERIE GAMES by Michelle Madow
CHECK & MATE by Ali Hazelwood
YULE KNOW IT WHEN YOU SEE IT by Carly Spade
LOVE QUEST by Camilla Isley
RED STRING THEORY by Lauren Kung Jessen
GHOSTED by Sarah Ready
THE MAGIC OF SEA GLASS by Jenny Hale
THE NEWSPAPER NANNY by Maren Moore
OFFICER OFF LIMITS by Tessa Bailey
A TALE OF TWO CHRISTMASES by Rosemary Wittaker

I’ve read a few books by Michelle Madow before and so far, I’m enjoying THE FAERIE GAMES. It’s got a HUNGER GAMES vibe, with magic mixed in. I’m intrigued to see where she’s going to take it.

I’m also excited to read RED STRING THEORY with our book club in January. Our book club read Lauren Kung Jessen’s debut novel in February of this year and really enjoyed it. I’m hoping for a similar experience with RED STRING THEORY.

THE NEWSPAPER NANNY is one I’m really looking forward to, after thoroughly enjoying Maren Moore’s book, JINGLE WARS, that she co-authored with Veronica Eden. I’m hoping for a similar writing style with this one and, of course, I’m always excited for a good nanny romance.

And a few final thoughts …

Let’s recap! TBRs are a fun way to plan out your reading, but not always the easiest for moody readers (like myself) to stick to. These are the 10 books I’m hoping to read during the 2023-2024 winter.

What books are you planning to read this winter? Do you see any on my list that you’ve read? I’d love to hear your thoughts if you have. Happy reading, xo!

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30 Comments

  1. I read some of Michelle’s EARLY novels. Her timeless series and then one of the Diamond Sisters books. Rosemary’s also has a super cute cover, but is a new Christmas read for me. πŸ™‚ Thanks so much for visiting my website today. I appreciate this.

  2. This looks like an awesome list, and I hope that you can stick to it! I’ve also got Check & Mate on my TBR, even have an audiobook copy waiting for me. But you’ve got my interest up for The Faerie Games! Adding it to my TBR now, so thanks!

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