Recent TBR Additions: Winter 2021 Edition

Last year, I shared a few recent TBR additions posts and I want to keep up the trend more frequently in 2021 – maybe I’ll share  each season! I love these blog posts because it’s fun to share my recent reading cravings and also got feedback from you if you’ve read the book or have similar recommendations. I’m not the type of reader whose goal it is to get their TBR down to single digits or 0. I actually enjoy knowing that there’s always books I’m looking forward to reading one day.

shine your icy crown (you are your own fairy tale #2) by amanda lovelace – I absolutely loved the first collection in amanda lovelace’s you are your own fairy tale poetry series, break your glass sippers, in 2020 – so much so that I can’t believe I didn’t realize the second installment is coming out next week until I was generously given a copy for review by the publisher!! I cannot wait to dive into shine your icy crown on a cozy weekend day ASAP. shine your icy crown comes out on January 26. 

Our Italian Summer by Jennifer Probst – I discovered Jennifer Probst’s Our Italian Summer through Emily Henry’s Instagram last week. I recently read The Star-Crossed Sisters of Tuscany, and I’m so ready to once again dive into the Italian setting. The book follows three generations of women as they embark on a summer vacation to trace their family roots in Italy. 

Untamed by Glennon Doyle – In 2021, I want to challenge myself to read at least 1 nonfiction book every 1-2 months. Untamed was a nonfiction favorite of 2020 by so many reviewers I follow and blogging friends that I do want to see what the hype is about. 

I Wanna Be Where You Are by Kristina Forest – Jess of Peace Love Books included I Wanna Be Where You Are in her favorite YA books of 2020, and I can’t believe I didn’t add this one to my TBR sooner because I love how the synopsis sounds – a girl devises a plan to secretly audition for the dance conservatory of her dreams and her annoying (but cute) neighbor tags along for the ride. 

28 Summers by Elin Hilderbrand – I feel like I should’ve read a least one Elin Hilderbrand book over the summer, but I’m seriously considering picking up 28 Summers sometime this winter because I’ve read so many rave reviews recently. 

Evvie Drake Starts Over by Linda Holmes – This is another reading goal that I started in 2020, but I want to make an effort to get caught up on all the hyped and well-read contemporary romances that have come out over the past few years (okay, the more I draft this post, the more I’m realizing that maybe I should write a 2021 reading goals post after all). I’ve always been intrigued by the professional baseball star love interest in Evvvie Drake Starts Over.


What books have you recently add to your TBR? Have you read any of the books I mentioned? Share in the comments!

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