It’s only five days into Bookmas and I’ve already skipped a day of posting… oops! Yesterday was filled with tennis lessons, studying for a forensics test, and catching up with peanutbutterandle, so sadly I didn’t have time to post. But, I’m back today and ready for another Bookmas post!
Tomorrow is my last day of school before winter break, FINALLY! My winter break plans include reading, drinking hot chocolate, eating a lot, and reading some more. I plan to read many books during winter break, both new and re-reads, so here they are!
- My True Love Gave to Me, a collection of 12 winter romances, edited by Stephanie Perkins. I’m cheating a little on this one, because I only have around forty pages left. What I’ve read so far I have loved, my favorite short story so far is It’s a Yuletide Miracle, Charlie Brown by Stephanie Perkins… so adorable.
- Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, by the queen J.K. Rowling. I re-read the first four books of the series in October, so I’m looking forward to finish the series up and then watch all the movies! This is my first time re-reading this series so it’s been an amazing experience! I’m definitely going to make re-reading this series a yearly tradition.
- Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell (another re-read). Fangirl is the perfect cozy winter read with amazing winter/snowy scenes! The reason I love this book so much is the characters; Cath is the most relatable protagonist ever and Levi is hilarious and adorable! I can’t wait to pick this back up and fangirl (puns).
- Cinder by Marissa Meyer. I’m ashamed to admit I haven’t read the Lunar Chronicles (and I call myself a book blogger?). Everyone in the book community is absolutely OBSESSED with this book, so I want to jump on the bandwagon and see what I think.
So that concludes my TBR for winter break! Realistically, I’ll probably read way more than what is on this list because I have no plans (yay), but these are my priority reads. What are you planning on reading during winter break? Talk to you tomorrow with another Bookmas post (I promise!).