I’m not actually someone that makes TBRs normally. But, for the last month of 2020, I wanted to plan out a little bit what I want to read. This is going to be a struggle. I have no idea what I am going to be able to read, I am expecting a very busy month at work. Which probably means very little time for reading. That being said, it’s probably an ideal time to get through some unfinished audiobooks.
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Katherine of Aragon, the True Queen by Alison Weir
I started this book a few months ago now, but because it is so long and so dense it’s taking me a long time to get through it. I would like to finish this by the end of the year. I’ve been reading it for so long now though, I’m not sure. I am really enjoying it though, so I know I will get to finish it at some point; just when I don’t know.
You can purchase Katherine of Aragon: here
In The Time We Lost by Carrie Hope Fletcher
Another one I’ve started, but I put to one side so that I could read some Christmas themed books to review as part of blogmas. I am also really enjoying this one and really excited to get back to it and finish it. I love Carrie Hope Fletcher’s books, and I’ve just found out she has a new one coming out next August and I can’t wait!
You can purchase In the Time we Lost: here
This Time Next Year by Sophie Cousens
I would really love to read this in the week before Christmas and New Year. New Year is my favourite time of the year, and to have a book set around the New Year is great. I’ve heard some amazing things about this one so I am really intrigued by this one!
You can purchase This Time Next Year: here
I also have a few books approved on NetGalley and ready to be read.
Refugee Boy by Benjamin Zephaniah
I got approved for the audiobook for Refugee Boy by Benjamin Zephaniah. When I was in middle school, my favourite poet was Benjamin Zephaniah. I’m really excited to see how his poetic voice transfers into children fiction.
You can purchase Refugee Boy: here
An Emotional Menagerie by the School of Life
This is a poetry collection which has a poem about emotion for every letter of the alphabet. I have started this and I’ve gotten to E and it’s a lot more developed than I though it would be so I am really enjoying this! It is currently due to be published in April 2021.
You can purchase An Emotional Menagerie: here
Sixteen Scandals by Sophie Jordan
I am really looking forward to Sixteen Scandals! From my understanding it is a historical fiction young adult novel and is set in the Regency period. I’ve never read a book set in that time period so that alone make me more intrigued to read it! It comes out in May 2021, so I might not get to it this month, though I would love to be that far ahead with my reviews! Probably wishful thinking.
What are you planning to read in December?