Ali’s December 2019 TBR

I really enjoy putting together a TBR for each month, but I found that I also like to give myself some freedom to add things in here and there. So, this month’s TBR is a list of all the books I need to read to complete my 2019 challenges and that I’m hoping to read for a couple readathons this month. The rest of my TBR space I’ll be leaving open for whatever I’m in the mood for this month.

What books are you planning on reading this month???

Laters,
Ali

13 thoughts on “Ali’s December 2019 TBR

    • Glad to hear you’re enjoying it. I’m looking forward to it. Winterwood is on my shelf, so I’m glad to be tackling it. I have been steering clear of ARCs with the exception of one here and there. I can overwhelm myself with deadlines quickly!

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  1. Looks like some great reads. Iยดm currently reading Anne of Avonlea so i will finish that and then I will just read whatever I will be in the mood for. But some christmassy reads is a must ๐Ÿ˜€

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    • I picked it up this morning and read the first half of it quickly before having to put it down. It’s always so interesting (this isn’t really the right word) to me to hear stories of what things were like for the Jews. I always learn new little tidbits with each new story I read about that time in history. I’m really enjoying (again, probably the wrong word to use here) it.

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    • I’ve been wanting to read The Dark Elements and just haven’t gotten to it. When I saw the novella fit one of the challenges for an upcoming readathon, I figured it was a great time to start! And with it being a readathon, I thought a novella would be perfect because I’ll have a bunch of books to get through in a short time!

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