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These are the things I'm eyeballing for winter reading, and since I'm doing #ReadMyOwnDamnBooks, I own all of these with the exception of When Women Were Birds, which I'll probably treat myself to if I get through these (or some other) 10-11 books.
Andi's Winter TBR
The Royal We by Heather Cocks and Jessica Morgan sounds like such a fun book, and with all the tragedy I usually read, I think this will be a nice one to have on tap.
The Book of Unknown Americans by Cristina Henriquez is another book I've been eyeballing, and this one really came to my attention in reviews from trusted bloggers.
A Shelter of Others by Charles Dodd White. Charles and I went to grad school together, and he's a talented guy. I would affectionately call this one grit lit. I've read few pages, and I can't wait to continue.
Pretty Monsters: Stories by Kelly Link looks delightfully weird. This one came my way in a Halloween swap, and I've wanted it foreverrrr.
A Rogue By Any Other Name by Sarah MacLean is a Book Riot favorite. I've never read MacLean's work, but I've heard her on the Get Booked podcast, and she, and her heroines, sound pretty kickass.
Felicity by Mary Oliver is another book I might've read last weekend. On a lark! I swear! I had already started drafting this post, so I decided to leave this one and Paper Girls in. Very good stuff. I will review this poetry collection.
Fates and Furies by Lauren Groff is one of the books I snapped up with my three-month Book of the Month guest membership. Everyone seems to love this book, and I've had good luck with Groff before, so I'm very much looking forward to it.
Let's see what you're looking forward to reading this winter!