As it is now a new month, it is time to share with you all my December TBR.
I always love December as it is the perfect time to dive into Christmas reads and feel all snuggly in warm with a blanket and a hot drink. I am very much looking forward to doing that this year!
You may notice I currently only have one Christmas book below and this is because I haven’t yet decided what other Christmas books I’ll read but I’m sure there will be at least one more, if not two more.
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Red, White and Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston* I’ve been meaning to read this book for over a year now and it is actually the book of the month for a new book club I’ve joined so I am now more determined than ever to give this book a read!
A Heart So Fierce and Broken by Brigid Kemmerer* I’m planning to finish my re-read of A Curse so Dark and Lonely by the end of November so that I can then start on this book in December, ready to tackle the third and final book when it arrives. I am beyond excited.
The Weight of the Stars by K. Ancrum* This book was gloriously gifted to me by Imi and I’ve been meaning to read it all year so I have decided that December is the month I will tackle it!
The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue by V. E. Schwab* I have been attempting to read this one for the past few months and have just been in the worst slump. Thus I have buddy up with some pals on instagram and we plan to read this during the first seven days of the month. Wish me luck on finally finishing it!
Christmas Wishes by Sue Moorcroft* I have an absolutely soft spot for Sue Moorcroft’s Christmas books and I am beyond excited to get her newest book read this month. I love the way she makes the reader feel all warm and gooey inside despite the coldness outside.
I Wish You All the Best by Mason Deaver I had planned to read this book in November but I ended up finding that all of the non-binary books at once took a toll on my mental health so I had to stop. Thus I hope with a little break, I will be able to pick this one up mid-to-late December and devour it before the year is up.
Here’s hoping that I manage to read all six of these books…