Wednesday, December 27, 2017

Top Ten Tuesday: Books I'm Looking Forward to in 2018

Happy Wednesday! This Top Ten Tuesday didn't get posted on Tuesday because of spending time with my family ... and it's been mostly a good time!

Our family Christmas won't be until this coming Saturday, but we did have a mini celebration on Christmas.
Blendy and I decided to wear ugly Christmas sweaters, but I neglected to get a full-on picture 🙁. We ate lots of food, watched Christmas movies, played games, put together a puzzle, and just enjoyed being together. It was a practically perfect day.

But then this happened while we were doing some after Christmas shopping yesterday.
We got a flat tire! It was sister Val and brother-in-law Greg to the rescue, figuring out how to change the tire, but we were so cold while they worked on it—our high temp yesterday was a whopping 7°. Brrrr!!!

Anyway, to the topic of the week: Top Ten Books I'm Looking Forward to in 2018, listed by order of publication date. (Clicking on the book's title will take you to its Amazon page, and if you make a purchase I'll get a small commission. By now, you know the drill 😉.)

Troubled Waters by Susan May Warren (January 2)

The Sea Before Us by Sarah Sundin (February 6)

The Saturday Night Supper Club by Carla Laureano (February 6)

Winning Miss Winthrop by Carolyn Miller (March 27)

No One Ever Asked by Katie Ganshert (April 3)

Falling for You by Becky Wade (May 1)

Honeysuckle Dreams by Denise Hunter (May 1)

A Daring Venture by Elizabeth Camden (June 5)

Dead Drift by Dani Pettrey (July 3)

A Rumored Fortune by Joanna Davidson Politano (July 31)

There's my list of anticipated reads—at least the ones I can think of right now! What books are you looking forward to?

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