Top Ten Tuesday: Winter TBR

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Here are the books that are scheduled to be published this winter that I’m most looking forward to reading.

1. Mindy Kim and the Yummy Seaweed Business (Mindy Kim, #1) by Lyla Lee

I know someone who got in trouble with their principal for selling unauthorized snacks at school. It will be interesting to see if the same thing happens to Mindy.

Publication Date: January 14

2. Little Gods by Meng Jin

There’s so much going on with this plot. Its themes relate to history, physics, grief, and so much more. I like it when writers do that.

Publication Date: January 14

3. Dark and Deepest Red by Anna-Marie McLemore

Publication Date: January 21

It’s always interesting to read two or more subplots set hundreds of years apart that share something important in common.

4. Numenia and the Hurricane: Inspired by a True Migration Story by Fiona Halliday

Publication Date: January 21

As soon as I heard this was based on a true story, I knew I had to read it even though I don’t normally like to read about boats being lost at sea. I can only hope it will have a happy ending!

5. Belle Révolte by Linsey Miller

Publication Date: February 4

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6. The Arabic Quilt: An Immigrant Story by Aya Khalil

Publication Date: February 4

This sounds so heartwarming.

7. Wood, Wire, Wings: Emma Lilian Todd Invents an Airplane by Kirsten W. Larson

Publication Date: February 25

When I was a kid, I thought history class was boring and irrelevant to my life. If only I’d been taught about people like Emma Lilian Todd!

8. Docile by K.M. Szpara

Publication Date: March 3

The premise of this book scares me. Not only are characters enslaved, their memories and personalities are essentially wiped after it happens. How horrifying!

9. The Kingdom of Back by Marie Lu

Ms. Yu is a wonderful writer in general. The fact that she’s chosen to write about Mozart’s sister of all people only makes me more excited for this title.

Publication Date: March 3

10. When You Were Everything by Ashley Woodfolk

Publication Date: March 10

Ending a friendship can be so painful. We need more stories about the after effects of stuff like this, so I’m glad this one is on the way.


  1. Great list! There aren’t enough friendship break-up stories, so I really want to read When You Were Everything, and I can’t wait to read Dark and Deepest Red. Happy reading!

  2. Belle Revolt, what a great cover! Book sounds interesting.

  3. Christine @ LifeWithAllTheBooks says

    Great list! Dark and Deepest Red especially sounds amazing! ?

  4. I read a preview of The Kingdom of Back and it was so good! I’m super excited for that one too.

    Thanks for stopping by my TTT!

  5. I’m super hyped for Belle Révolte.

  6. Docile sounds really good! I’m not great at following what’s new, but I’ll have to look for it.

  7. Ooo! “Dark and Deepest Red” has a really unique & spooky cover! Makes me want to look it up on Goodreads and see what it’s all about. Hope you enjoy ALL of your winter TBR hopefuls. 🙂 Thanks so much for the visit to Finding Wonderland.

  8. When You Were Everything sounds great! I love stories about friendships, and how the highs and lows of them can be just as painful as any other type of relationship.

  9. I just finished Dark and Deepest Red and loved it. Hope you enjoy!

  10. Looks like some amazing reads! Enjoy your winter reading.

  11. I’m reading Belle Révolte right now and LOVING IT! I haven’t read any of the others yet, but they all sound amazing! Happy Reading! 🙂
    My Top Ten Tuesday!

  12. Love the look of the last 2. Will have to put them on my list.

    Hope you enjoy these.

  13. Belle Revolte does look fun!

  14. Great list! Belle Revolte is also on my list this winter. IT sounds awesome.
    Krystianna @ Volumes and Voyages

  15. I have yet to read anything by Anne-Marie McLemore but I did just pick up 3 of her books. I hope you will enjoy this one by her.

  16. I really want to read Dark and Deepest Red too!

  17. I will have to look into When You Were Everything. I lost my very best friend when I was pregnant and it was as painful, if not more so, than the break-up I was also going through with my daughter’s father – still while pregnant. It is so hard to deal with the ‘after’. Someone who was once there for everything was nowhere to be found the day my daughter was born. It is still painful six and a half years later.

  18. Great list! Belle Revolte is one that I really want to get my hands on! Happy reading!

  19. The Kingdom of Back looks amazing, and wow that cover is gorgeous!

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