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Cold Weather Reading List

Cold Weather Reading List

Nebraska had it’s first snow this week, inspiring me to share my cold weather reading list. There is truly nothing better than curling up with a good novel.

Updated: November 2019

As you know, reading is one of my favorite things. There is truly nothing better than turning on my diffuser, grabbing a cozy throw blanket, and curling up with a good novel. You may remember my previous home had a reading nook where I wish I was able to spend more time! On most week nights, I read before bed, and if I’m caught up in a good mystery book – I finish the whole thing! This year, one of my goals was to read 32 books. I’ve finished 31 so far (follow me here on Goodreads), and head to the library about once a week.

Cold Weather Reading List

I’ve been really impressed with Fremont’s library book selection. More times than not, the books I’ve wanted have been checked out, but I’m able to tell a librarian and put myself in line for when they become available. I’ve never had to wait more than a month, and I just receive a phone call that my book is in. Many people say our library is underutilized, and I completely disagree! They also have had the individual books I’ve been searching for – and if they didn’t, I utilized inter-library loan. 

My book interests range from historical fiction to suspenseful thrillers to over-the-top romance novels, so my “want to read” list is never-ending. With the first snowfall this morning in Nebraska, this time of year inspires me to curl up with a book more frequently. Today I’m sharing my cold weather reading list – please share your favorites as well so I can add them!

The Alice Network by Kate Quinn

This Tender Land by William Kent Krueger

Winter Garden by Kristin Hannah

No Exit by Taylor Adams

One Day in December by Josie Silver

A Nantucket Christmas by Nancy Thayer

Winter Series by Elin Hilderbrand 

Paradise Series by Erin Hilderbrand – oh yes, there’s another! This has two books so far and a third is coming next October.

Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens 

Educated by Tara Westover

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