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Top Ten Tuesday: Winter TBR

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Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish and it's a great way to share what you're loving in list form.  The topic changes every week, so there is always something new to discover!
This week's topic is:  Top Ten Books On Your Winter TBR.  Hot Dog!  I always have so many books I want to get to in the near future, but my list is so fluid that it's never something I stick to.  Regardless, these are a few books that are on my radar that I'd like to get under my "Read" banner in the next couple months.

White is for Witchingby Helen Oyeyemi
The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindnessby Michelle Alexander The Rescuersby Margery Sharp
Peter Panby JM Barrie
Senseless Confidentialby Martin Bannon
Wuthering Heightsby Emily Bronte
Illuminaeby Amie Kaufman
The Exorcistby William Peter Blatty
Big Little Liesby Liane Moriarty
The Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafon
What a variety!  The great thing about this list is

Top Ten Tuesday: Thankful is an Understatement

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Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish and it's a great way to share what you're loving in list form.  The topic changes every week, so there is always something new to discover!
This week's topic is:  Top Ten Books I'm Thankful For.  There are so many books that I'm thankful for.  Whether they helped to inspire my love of reading or they ushered my interests into a new genre, these books hold a special place in my heart.

Wait Till Helen Comes by Mary Downing Hahn The is the book that sparked my interest in horror/thrillers at a young age.  I was in third or fourth grade when I checked it out from the library at school and it was love at first read.  I've re-read it a few times over the years and it's still creepy.  Love it!

The True Confessions of Charlotte Doyle by Avi Historical fiction is my go-to genre and I believe this book is the main reason.  I've re-read it multiple times, even into my adult years, and it still hold…