December 2020 TBR

It’s the first day of December (holy crap it’s December!) and that means it’s time for my December TBR! It’s also MY BIRTHDAY! I’ll be offline most of today, but if you want to wish me a happy birthday, you can in the comments or on Twitter (@wewrite_atdawn)!

So November went … horribly … for reading. So a lot of the books I wanted to read in November are getting carried over into December. And I’ll be adding a few additional titles as well since I’ll have the end of the month off from work! Yay!

So, here’s what I’m planning to read in the month of December.


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So three of the books from the November TBR were carried over – Super Fake Love Song, Rebel Sisters, and A Curse of Roses. Hopefully, I can get through eleven books this month, but it would be amazing if I could get through more than that! I would love to read A Sky Beyond the Storm once it releases, but I have a feeling I would need to get through most of this TBR first before I can pick it up.

So I have eleven books to get through this month … wish me luck!


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7 thoughts on “December 2020 TBR

        • We Write at Dawn says:

          Where do I start? If you’re looking for fantasy recommendations, I have several. Legendborn by Tracy Deonn, Master of One by Jaida Jones and Dani Bennett, Bloodleaf by Crystal Smith, Bitterwine Oath by Hannah West, and Splinters of Scarlett by Emily Bain Murphy. Retellings we have Cinderella is Dead by Kalynn Bayron, Thorn by Intisar Khanani, Cinder by Marissa Meyer, and The Guinevere Deception by Kiersten White. Thrillers we have The Companion by Katie Alender, Meme by Aaron Starmer, and They Wish They Were Us by Jessica Goodman – I’m not sure what genre you’re looking for, but I hope this helps get you started!

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