Top Ten Tuesday: Books On My Winter 2020-2021 TBR

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme created by The Broke and the Bookish and hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. If you like books and lists, you’re going to love this. Basically, they have a topic for each week and they’ll post a new Top Ten list on their blog, everyone is welcome to join and all they ask is that you link back to That Artsy Reader Girl on your own Top Ten Tuesday post and you can also add your name to the Linky widget on that day’s post.

This week’s topic is Books On My Winter 2020-2021 TBR.

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1. Bossy Baller by Melissa Belle.

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2. You Have a Match by Emma Lord.

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3. Possessed by Tana Stone

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4. Plundered by Tana Stone

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5. Pillaged by Tana Stone

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6. Make Up Break Up by Lily Menon

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7. Blindsided by Victoria Denault


8. Open Book by Jessica Simpson

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9. A Court of Frost and Starlight by Sarah J. Maas


10. A Court of Silver Flames by Sarah J. Maas

Most of the books on my list are ARCs that I’m looking forward to reading soonish. I think the only books in this list I’ll be able to read until the end of December are Bossy Baller and Open Book. It would be great if I manage to read A Court of Frost and Starlight and, at least, Possessed too. 

Are any of these books on your TBR? 



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  1. Great list! I’ve actually heard really positive things about Open Book and I admit that I’m also curious about it 🙂 You Have A Match looks/sounds really cute as well and I’ve been seeing some reviews for it lately that have been quite positive, so I’m looking forward to checking it out! Happy reading, Andie 😊

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    1. Thanks Dini! I hope you read You Have a Match too. 🙂 I’m listening to Open Book on audio, it’s different than what I expected. It does sound very open, she shares difficult moments and embarassing moments, a little bit about the music industry too.


    1. I think what made Open Book extra special was that she didn’t hide her emotions while narrating. There were some very tough emotional moments and we could definitely hear it in her voice. I was surprised by how much I enjoyed it. 🙂

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