My December TBR! #bookblogger

I find myself in a very pleasant position this month of being up to date with all the books for Blog Tours – well, the 2018 ones anyway!! –  so that gives me a bit of free reign when it comes to choosing what to read this month! But with free reign comes indecision!!!  😱

Do I  make a head start on some of the 2019 titles I have in my possession (that all look blooming amazing!)  OR do I catch up with all those books that I’ve been dying to read from my bookshelves all year?!! What’s a girl to do!  😉

So I’m going to  try and do both!! My NetGalley shelf makes for rather worrying viewing at the moment so I’m going to try and attack that a little more this month, alongside some other books that have been shouting at me from my bookshelves! So we will see how it all goes – after all this I’ll probably hit a reading slump in December and won’t want to read any of them!!  😭

Click on book title for link to the GoodReads page!

Books from my bookshelves!

Bitter Orange by Claire Fuller

A Game of Hide and Seek by Elizabeth Taylor – the December pick from the Elizabeth Taylor Reading Project

Mr Dickens and His Carol by Samantha Silva – Ninja Book Box Book Club choice

Puzzle Girl by Rachael Featherstone

The Beat of the Pendulum by Catherine Chidgey

Normal People by Sally Rooney

Little by Edward Carey

Blood & Sugar by Laura Shepherd-Robinson

Netgalley shelves

The Hunting Party by Lucy Foley

The Christmas Sisters by Sarah Morgan

The Shape of Us by Drew Davies

A Gift from the Comfort Food Cafe by Debbie Johnson

The Stranger Diaries by Elly Griffiths

The Woman Who Kept Everything by Jane Gilley


That little lot should keep me amused I think! Have you read any of these already?! Where should I start?!



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