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Five Fave Winter-y Books

Happy Thursday! Sorry this is a day late... I totally spaced and forgot to post it yesterday! :o

So I'm loving all the features Instagram has for their stories. I used the question feature to ask for suggestions on blog posts I should write. I want a fresh list of new ideas going into the new year so I can start out strong and be consistent on here. One of the suggestions I got was winter-y reads. I was going to do one on my writing journey buuut as I started writing it the post sort of turned into three posts... So I think I'm going to save that for January.

For now though, how's about a list of winter-y reads. Not Christmas books because I don't read a lot of books set near Christmas or themed as Christmas books, but as I thought about it, I have actually read quite a few books set in winter.

Shiver by Maggie Stiefvater.
I'm actually in the middle of reading this right now and so far it's so good! It's set in winter and is the perfect chilly read. Plus, Maggie Stiefvater is an absolutely fantastic writer.

The Lost Frost Girl by Amy Wilson.

This one was so fun to read! I read it last year and it was just so whimsical and cute. If you love Jack Frost and stories of self discovery, you'll love this one.

Winterling by Sarah Prineas.

I read this one a looong time ago. I think its set in winter?? But either way, the title Winterling fits so it works haha This was one of my favorite books when I was younger. The whole trilogy is so magical and the two main characters in it are so fun! Plus, I'm in love with this cover. I used want that jacket she was wearing so bad haha


The Edge of Everything by Jeff Giles.
This one is full of blizzards and cold snowy nights. Also lots of romance, bounty hunters from the underworld and a spunky protagonist who babbles a lot.

Breadcrumbs by Anne Ursu.

Another super fun, cute and magical read. I really love this book. It touches on so many serious and deep topics while also remaining middle grade friendly and really, at its core, it's about best friends and braving a wintery wonderland and an ice queen to save each other.

So there you have it. I guess I've read a lot of middle grade winter-y books, but they're still fantastic. Just with less romance in them haha 

What are some of your favorite Christmas/winter reads?? 

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