December TBR

HI everyone!

Wow, it has been a while since my last post. I am so sorry for falling off the face of the earth. If you saw my November TBR then you’ll remember that I wanted to catch up on all of the ARCs I had. So I kind of took a step back from all of my social accounts and just read. It was fantastic. I managed to finish all of the ARCs that I wanted to get to! I’m super proud of myself! Their reviews are ready to go as well so be on the look out for those within the next two months!

Anyway…

I seriously can’t believe it is the last month of the year! Time has flown by. My TBR for this month is going to consist of books that I DESPERATELY need to read before 2019 is over.

As always, if you would like more information on any of these books, their Goodreads pages wil be linked!

Not Guilty by Kayla Cutsinger

This is independently published by a local author. People around my town have really been liking this book so I am looking forward to starting it. If I remember correctly it is a romantic suspense. For this book, I have linked it’s Amazon page…just Incase you would like to support an indie author!

The Grace Year by Kim Liggett

I am so mad that I have not read this book yet. I was planning to read it once I received it, but it took forever to get to me. I’m trying really hard not to get my hopes too high, but I rally want to love this book. Fingers crossed that I do.

The Girl the Sea Gave Back by Adrienne Young

Another one I have put off for way too long. 

Girls on the Verge by Sharon Biggs Waller

I have said this before but I have a very good feeling that this book will make my favorites list.

Six of Crows and Crooked KIngdom by Leigh Bardugo

So because I love these characters and the world so much, I have decided that every year I am going to do a reread of this otology. These books are going to be my last two reads of he year. I’m SO excited!

What books do you want to read by the end of the year??

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One thought on “December TBR

  1. Can’t wait to hear your thoughts on all of these! I am very excited to reread ALL the Grisha books one day (before the adaptation!)

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