This post is part of the Top Ten Tuesday meme by The Broke and the Bookish.
Although it never really gets cold here in southwest Florida, I still find my reading habits changing as the holidays approach. I don’t want heavy novels or important nonfiction; give me dystopias and lighthearted mysteries! Here are ten of the books on my TBR list this winter.
- On the Edge of Gone. A dystopian novel starring an autistic character? Yes please!
- The rest of the Aunty Lee series. I really enjoyed the first book in this mystery series set in Singapore, and I’m excited to read the next books.
- The rest of the Junior Bender series. There’s even a Christmas-themed book, so this read is right on time!
- Death by Darjeeling. Why not spend the winter months getting into a new mystery series?
- Shadows on the Moon. This is one of the books that has been on my TBR list for so long that I can barely remember why I put it on there in the first place. I need to read this soon.
- Howl’s Moving Castle. I have still never read a Diana Wynne Jones book (I know, I know!), and this one seems like a good one to start with.
- Attachments. Because Rainbow Rowell never seems to disappoint.
- A Tale Dark and Grimm. What fits these short winter days better than some dark fairy tales?
- Neverwhere. I don’t always enjoy Neil Gaiman’s work, but his creepy, surreal worlds also seem fitting for winter.
- The Black Lizard Big Book of Locked-Room Mysteries. This anthology of Christmas mysteries kept me happily occupied during Christmas break last year, and I think this anthology might do the trick this time.
What books are on your winter TBR list? Leave your links in the comments!