TBR Tuesday: December 2021

By: Cait Marie

Hello! Can you believe this year is almost over? I’m currently sitting at 99 books read (I read 18 last month!), though Goodreads says 96 because a few of them were editing jobs and haven’t been added by the authors yet. My goal has been 100 for the last three years, and this will be the first time I actually reach it!

So, here are the books I want to read/finish this month (outside of a few editing jobs)…

Here’s to Us – Becky Albertalli & Adam Silvera

I received a paperback ARC of this from HarperCollins last month but haven’t been able to read much of it yet. It’s one of my most anticipated books of the year, so I’m really excited.

A Psalm of Storm and Silence – Roseanne A. Brown

Another of my most anticipated books this year that I haven’t started yet. I’m debating re-reading the A Song of Wraiths and Ruin first because it’s been a while.

Tarnished Crown – Robin D. Mahle & Elle Madison

I just started this sequel and think it might be book 100 because it was hard to put down, and I’m only a couple chapters in!

Of Beasts and Vengeance – Elle Madison & Robin D. Mahle

Still dying to continue this series after the cliffhanger from Of Thorns and Beauty.

Things We Couldn’t Say – Jay Coles

I need to get back to this one. I was really liking it, I just haven’t had time for physical books.

Ghosts of the Shadow Market – Cassandra Clare

I still need to read this as well to finish up all the Shadowhunter books. Most were re-reads, of course, but I’ve never read these short stories.

Imagine Me – Tahereh Mafi

I know, I know. I was so excited, but again, I haven’t had time for physical books.

What are you hoping to read this month? Let me know in the comments!

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