Winter Books TBR

Hello!  I realize we're a little over a third through winter, but I thought I'd pop up a post about my TBR (to be read) list for this season.  It is incredibly ambitious, especially because my schedule is going to get a lot busier in the next couple months.  Like what am I thinking?  Anyway, these are the books I would like to read this winter.  Like being the operative word there.  

Starting from the bottom...

  1. Coolidge – I studied Calvin Coolidge last year in school, and found him fascinating.  This book was on clearance at Barnes & Noble, and so I decided to pick it up!  Nonfiction history books are those books I always want to read, but it takes a while for me to get into them.  
  2. The Bully Pulpit – I think Theodore Roosevelt is awesome and I got this book because I wanted to learn about him – obviously.  I have started it, and I will admit right now it isn't gonna get finished this season.  
  3. A Million Little Ways – This book is actually a reread, but I saw someone tweet about it and mention bravery, and that was enough to make me pick it up again.  I loved it the first time, and hopefully I'll get to read it again.
  4. Taking God At His Word, Live Like A Narnian – These two I got last year for my birthday, and I still have not cracked them open.  I feel like it's time to do some heavier reading, so I'm going to try to get to these.
  5. The Hobbit – Yeah, so I haven't read this yet.  'Nuff said.
  6. The Spy Who Loved – I just finished a research paper about the women British SOE agents in World War II and I literally freaked out when I looked behind me in Barnes & Noble and saw this.  It's a biography about one of SOE's best agents.  I am definitely reading this soon.
  7. And finally, a book I purchased just because I wanted to buy a book.  *sigh*  It's a historical fiction book about Charles Lindbergh's wife, and I am looking forward to it.  
And those are the books I hope to read in the next couple months.  Fingers crossed I can find time to get through a couple!  Thanks for reading!  xo, Ella

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