Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme created by the Broke and Bookish.
This week's list highlights books that are due out between December through March.What better way to stay cozy and warm than with a great book? Here are the ten books I hope to do just that with.
Wintertown by Stephen Emond: When I first read the summary for this one it reminded me of John Green meaning it is all about relationships and has a male protagonist infatuated with a girl. I love reading books that focus on relationships that are slightly askew, and this sounds amazing.
Clockwork Prince by Cassandra Clare: I am definitely ready to read more from Clare so I am super excited about getting my hands on this sequel to Clockwork Angel.
The Probability of Miracles by Wendy Wunder: This is a debut novel and sounds fantastic since it deals with a protagonist who is dying; it also sounds like a intensely personal read.
The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight by Jennifer E Smith: A book that takes place over a 24 hour period in an airport. Can't wait to read this one.
Enshadowed by Kelly Creagh: Nevermore was an amazing read and it seems like I have been waiting forever to see whether Isobel will be able to save Varen.
Pandemonium by Lauren Oliver: I love Oliver and would read anything she writes. I am certainly excited about finding what will happens next for Lena and Alex.
Spell Bound by Rachel Hawkins: Love the Hex Hall series and cannot wait to find out what is up next for Archer and Sophie.
Hallowed by Cynthia Hand: Pretty sure that this one will be on a lot of the list today and like everyone else I cannot wait to find out more about Tucker (sigh) and Clare.
Bewitching by Alex Flinn: I have to admit I just learned about the release of this one (thank you Melissa) and am very excited about it. I enjoy Flinn's writing and even use a couple of her books in my classroom so when I learned that she was focusing in on Kendra I was thrilled.
The Fine Art of Truth and Dare by Melissa Jenson: This one is definitely has my interest piqued. It sounds very cute, has a boarding school vibe and while it might just be a fluff read the title and the summary has me wanting it.
Well, that my list for winter releases so far. What are books are you looking forward to snuggling up with on those long cold winter days and nights?