Tuesday, January 5, 2021

Books I'm Awaiting for the First Part of 2021

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The Children's Blizzard: A Novel 
by Melanie Benjamin (January 2021)





The Penguin B
ook of Spiritual Verse: 100 Poets on the Divine
by  (November 2021)







Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish in June of 2010 and was moved to That Artsy Reader Girl in January of 2018. It was born of a love of lists, a love of books, and a desire to bring bookish friends together. Each Tuesday That Artsy Reader Girl assigns a topic and then post her top ten list that fits that topic. You’re more than welcome to join her and create your own top ten (or 2, 5, 20, etc.) list as well. Feel free to put a unique spin on the topic to make it work for you! Please link back to That Artsy Reader Girl in your own post so that others know where to find more information.

32 comments:

  1. Ooh that cover for The Charmed Wife. I love it!

    A lot of these look really neat, and they're new to me. I'm going to have to look closer at some of these.

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  2. We share some of the same titles -- I will have to check out your others!

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  3. The Charmed Wife made it to my 'probably' pile. I hope you enjoy it and all the rest :) Happy reading!

    Here's my post: https://www.nbiblioholic.com/2021/01/my-most-anticipated-2021-releases.html

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  4. A FEW NEW ONES FOR MY LIST. In addition to The Children's Blizzard.

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  5. I hadn't heard of any of these before, but they look great! I really like the cover for Messy Truths, too.

    Here's my TTT post.

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  6. The Phone Booth at the Edge of the World is the only one in the list I have heard and I'm looking forward to reading it too. I love that Anne Lamott has a new book coming - how did I miss that!

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  7. I've already got The Children's Blizzard pre-ordered. Looking forward to reading that one.

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  8. I haven't heard of any of these before - The Children's Blizzard interests me the most.

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  9. The Children's Blizzard sure sounds like a good read.

    My post.

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  10. That's an impressive ilst. I haven't seen that Lamott. I love her. And like Melanie Benjamin, too. I might have to check out The Children's Blizzard.

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  11. Nice list. As you know, The Children's Blizzard is also on my list. The Phone Booth at the End of the World and Messy Truth sound fascinating. Thanks for sharing and for visiting my blog.

    http://thebookconnectionccm.blogspot.com/2021/01/top-ten-tuesday-top-ten-most.html

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  12. THE CHILDREN'S BLIZZARD is sad but also really compelling. I hope you enjoy it as well as all these others.

    Happy TTT!

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  13. I received a review copy of Klara and the Sun!! I am so excited to read it.

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  14. Looks like you're in for some good future reading especially in nonfiction. I like the look of That Sounds Fun. Sometimes as adults we forget to have fun while navigating the tough spots of life.

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  15. I saw The Children's Blizzard reviewed on another blog and thought it was an older book. Now I realize that I was thinking of the nonfiction book by David Laskin (with the same title).

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  16. I've really been wanting to read The Children's Blizzard, but I know it's going to be such an emotional book. There's a nonfiction book that uses the same name on the same topic and it kept me up for days. Horrifying.

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  17. I'm very excited about the new Kazuo Ishiguro novel but some others here I haven't heard of yet and need to investigate!

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  18. I have The Phone booth at the edge of the world but haven't gotten around to reading it as yet. It sounds like such an interesting premise. I hope all of these live up to expectations

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  19. The great thing about this topic is that I am seeing all sorts of books that are coming soon and I've not heard of. Just what my TBR list needs! :-)

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    1. I love having lots of choices. It's nice to be able to request books from the library, and see which ones work for me.

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  20. Hi Debbie!

    Hope you are well today! The phonebooth at the edge of the world sounds good and That sounds fun does sound like fun!

    I've done my Wondrous Words Wednesday post and I do hope my linky works!!

    Elza Reads

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  21. Some highly interesting books there, I might get tempted right away to get away from my my biggest goal of the year, to read more from my TBR pile, LOL. Therefore, I didn't participate in this weeks' TTT but published my Statistics 2020 instead.

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  22. I have two of your books on my list as well; and now adding others to my TBR..

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  23. I've seen The Children's Blizzard on a few lists. I hope you enjoy the books when you get to them.

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  24. Messy Truth and What Happened to You appeal most to me on this interesting list. Hope you manage to get hold of all of these and they are as good as you hope!

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  25. I think I'll just print this list and keep it on hand! LOL

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  26. Good list! I'm especially curious to try out the new Ishiguro book and Anne Lamott's new one! Her book on writing Bird by Bird was terrific so I hope this one is too.

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  27. I bought The Phone Booth last year but over here it’s called the Phone Box at the edge of the world. Happy reading!

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  28. God list! Now I have some more book a day ideas!

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