Top Ten Tuesday: Winter TBR (#71)

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Can you guys believe we only have a couple of weeks until the new year? I am having a hard time wrapping my head around the fact that we are going into a new decade! Time truly does fly by far too quickly. I hope everyone is having a wonderful month, if you celebrate the holidays: have a happy holiday, and that you ring in the new year safely. That being said, this isn't a complete TBR: I'm just going to list some of my priority reads for the winter.

For those of you who are new to my blog, or the book blogging community, Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl, originating over at the Broke and the Bookish, and is exactly what its title hints at. Each week we're given a topic to explore in our entries. 

Call Down the Hawk and Daughter of Chaos were two of my most anticipated 2019 releases! I finally got my library hold of Call Down the Hawk and an ARC of Daughter of Chaos! (And, I'm reading them as you read this! I've been rotating between these two, plus The Sea of Monsters.)

I know, I know, I'm SO slow. I wanted to read more of Rick Riordan's before the end of 2019, but time hasn't been kind to me in that regard! Still, I'm getting close to finishing The Sea of Monsters and most definitely will finish it before winter is up. Woven in Moonlight just arrived last week and I'm super excited to get to it and celebrate its release with my upcoming blog tour stop!

Maureen Johnson is one of those authors that has been a huge part of my reading life. I'm SO excited to be concluding the Truly Devious trilogy in the way that I began it: as part of the promoting and always celebrating. And don't even get me started on my love for Marie Rutkoski and how purely excited I am to read The Midnight Lie!

The Sound of Stars is one of the newest additions to my TBR and I basically NEED to get my hands on it ASAP. (Also!!! The colour in that cover!!! YES.) I doubt I need to explain why I want to read Chosen: it's set in the Buffy the Vampire Slayer world and it's written by Kiersten White. (Plus, I genuinely adored Slayer.)

I kind of am just slowly chugging my way through this trilogy and The Book of Life is up next. I have mixed feelings on it but I suppose it says more good than bad if I'm willing to finish the remainder of the series. It's no secret that I adored A Curse So Dark and Lonely--my eARC of A Heart So Fierce and Broken has been calling my name to finish it!

What's on your winter TBR? 
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