Hey everyone! We’ve decided to start participating in TTT as we feel like writing new content. So here’s our first one!
Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by That Arsty Reader Girl. Check out their blog for topics and such.
- Harry Potter is sort of an obvious one, but I LOVE reading/watching HP during the holidays.
- The Gilded Wolves by Roshani Chokshi is like… the ultimate holiday read. Idk what it is about that kind of setting, but it always gets me in the spirit. This story is about a found family of thieves who need to do “one more job” to bring the shamed family back into glory. I aDORED this book and cannot wait for the sequel (which I have in eARC and will be picking up super soon)
- Red Sister by Mark Lawrence – idk why but something about a nunneries that remind me of the holidays… maybe because of the church? But in this world, the church (all of them) are assassins, which is real cool.
- Truthwitch by Susan Dennard: I always end up reading them during the winter. I love them so much and the ANGST is incredible. #Aeduan4life
- Reincarnation Blues by Michael Poore: This is a story about reincarnation (obviously) where this guy only has 5 more tries to get it right. What reminds me of the holidays is that it’s a time to start fresh, which is what this guy has… 4,995 times.
- Snow Like Ashes by Sara Raasch I mean… it’s about winter’s long lost monarch. So. I mean —
- The Apprentice Witch by James Nicol: I LOVE MIDDLEGRADE WITCH STORIES. Especially in the winter. This is adorable, and everyone should read it.
- Every Heart a Doorway by Seanan McGuire: I am almost positive that these delightful portal story novellas will make it into every one of these things. This one in particular reminds me of the holidays… because Nancy’s world is still and cold, like the morning after it’s snowed.
- The Winner’s Trilogy by Marie Rutkowski: The winter for me is about reflection and using one’s mind because it’s too damn cold to go outside. The MC in this series uses her BRAIN to win and I love it.
- And lastly… it’s a bit of a joke… Winter by Marissa Meyer. Get it?