Tuesday, December 13, 2016

A Month of Faves: 5 Books On My Winter Reading List

A Month of Faves

Today we are talking about the books we are looking forward to reading this winter. Don't forget to visit Estella's Revenge, Traveling with T, and GirlXOXO to see more winter favorites. Grab your reading list and a mug of hot chocolate and let's talk books!


The Mothers is perhaps the most buzzed-about book of the year, so I have to see what the fuss is about!

Michael Chabon's newest novel is MoonglowI haven't disliked one of his books yet.

I am a huge Gilmore Girls fan, so of course I have to read Lauren Graham's memoir Talking As Fast As I Can. 



Difficult Women is new Roxanne Gay, short story style.

I'm enjoying a lot of nonfiction these days, and the history of Bellevue seems like it will be a fascinating read.

Girl in Disguise
imagines the life of the first female Pinkerton detective. You're already intrigued, aren't you?


Blackout is time travel + WW II, so it's right in my wheelhouse.

I know that Amor Towles has a new book out, but I still haven't read his debut Rules of Civility

I think Burial Rites sounds like the perfect winter read, with its Icelandic setting and murder mystery.

What is on your winter reading list?


  1. Moonglow is the most beautifully written book I’ve read in a long time. luminous prose.

  2. I thoroughly recommend both Burial Rites and The Rules of Civility - both very enjoyable, and Burial Rites especially is a great book. You're tempting me a lot with Girl in Disguise, and while I've had mixed reactions to Chabon in the past, I'm looking forward to reading Moonglow at some point...

  3. Love the cover for Girl in Disguise! Hope you get to all these books and love them :-)

    Tanya Patrice