December 2020 TBR

Good morning everyone! I hope you’re all having a wonderful week! Today I’m going to be going over some of the books I hope to read in December.

So, I want to start this out by letting you all know that this isn’t set in stone and it’s just a general idea. There are more books I want to read and I’m definitely going to be mood reading and focusing on 2021 stuff coming up so I don’t know how much reading I’ll be able to get done.

But let’s just get into this and don’t forget to comment with what books you want to read in December.

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And that’s going to be it for this one! I hope you all enjoyed. Like I said, this is just a general idea of the books that I want to read this month. I don’t know how this is going to change, but I guess we’ll see at the end of the month!

Let me know if you want to read any of these with me and what else you plan on reading in the month of December!

Thanks so much for joining me! I do hope you stick around for future posts! I’ll see you all very soon in the next one!

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2 thoughts on “December 2020 TBR

  1. Winterwood is one I want to get to, though it won’t be this month for sure. Eventually, though. (I’m curious to see what you think of it in the meantime!) I do hope to read at least a couple winter-themed books this December, though. I’m planning on starting Under a Winter Sky (an anthology of 5 holiday short stories/novellas) soon, so hopefully I’ll at least read that one.

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    • I hope you enjoy the anthology! I put off the anthology I mentioned in this post. But I decided to join into the Reindeer Readathon and Winterwood counts for one of those challenges! So I’m definitely hoping to get to it this month!

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