Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature hosted by The Broke and The Bookish. Each week,
they post a different topic, and you get to create your own top ten list. This week's topic:
Books on My TBR List for Winter
1) Great Expectations by Charles Dickens - I read this back in high school and really want to reread it now that I am little older. I'm hoping to squeeze it in before the end of the year!
2) Before Versailles by Karleen Koen - I think this sounds like a great book and will help me get my fill of French aristocracy.
3) The Last Letter From Your Lover by Jojo Moyes - I keep on forgetting that this book is in my TBR pile and I think it's something that I would really like. Set during World War II, it's something that it is right up my alley.
4) My Korean Deli by Ben Ryder Howe - I have wanted to read this memoir for what seems like forever! Definitely going to have to make time for it this winter!
5) The Submission by Amy Waldman - this sounds like such a great book and even though it's a work of fiction, it's based in the real world (the Twin Towers memorial). I asked Santa for it, so I hope that I find a copy under the tree!
6) The Marriage Plot by Jeffrey Eugenides - even though I haven't read Middlesex (yet), I cannot wait to read Eugenides latest novel. It seems like something that I can relate to (who doesn't long for a relationship like those found in Austen novels?!?) and would hold my interest. Another book that I asked Santa for.
7) Winter Garden by Kristin Hannah - I love Kristin Hannah and think she's a great writer, and it only makes sense to read this book during winter!
8) Holidays On Ice by David Sedaris - I have to read this one before Christmas!
9) The First Husband by Laura Dave - I actually plan on reading this one within the next 2 weeks. I need something light to read.
10) If You Were Here by Jen Lancaster - I have been wanting to read Jen Lancaster forever (I haven't read any of her books ... I know, how have I not read any of her books?!?), and I really want to get this one sometime in the next few months.
So, what books are in your TBR pile for the winter? Let me know!