Winter to-read list

By Wednesday, December 13, 2017 0 , , , Permalink 0

I know some people feel overwhelmed when they think about their TBR pile, but I choose not to let it send me into a panic. I’ve come to terms with the fact that I’ll never have enough time to get through everything I want to read. And instead of worrying about all those books I have yet to read, I choose instead to focus on the ones I will definitely be making time for in the near future.

Now that winter has arrived, I’ll be forced to spend more time indoors under a blanket with a book in hand. This year feels a little more special because I have a sweet dog by my side, something I’ve wanted for many years. He’s such a wonderful reading companion. (When he’s calm enough to let me read. He’s only a puppy, after all.) In addition to looking forward to reading the books below, I’m also looking forward to snowy walks (with my snowy dog, as seen above), Christmas with my family, and, as always, winter baking.

The Rules of Magic
by Alice Hoffman
(I picked up a copy of this book from the library this week and I’m already halfway done!)

Over easy 
by Mimi Pond

Folk & Fairy Tales: An Introductory Anthology
edited by Martin Hallett and Barbara Karasek
(I’m taking a class on fairy tales starting in January and this is the textbook.)

The magic of memoir : inspiration for the writing journey
by Linda Joy Myers  & Brooke Warner

Call me by your name
by André Aciman

From Hopper to Rothko : America’s road to modern art
by Ortrud Westheider

The Doll’s Alphabet
by Camilla Grudova

The Wonderling
by Mira Bartok

We’ll All Be Burnt in Our Beds Some Night
by Joel Thomas Hynes

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