Last Updated on January 11, 2024 by BiblioLifestyle
The 2024 Winter Reading Guide + 6 New Books to Add To Your TBR
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Listen in as I turn the pages of The BiblioLifestyle 2024 Winter Reading Guide and share six page-turners that are the perfect companions for the cold winter months. You’ll also get insights into the guide’s cover design, the shortlist of books I read, loved, and had under consideration for the guide, book-like recommendations, and more. So listen to this episode for insights into the guide and spoiler-free book recommendations!
THE BIBLIOLIFESTYLE 2024 WINTER READING GUIDE
Warm yourself up with a good book this winter! Download your free copy of The BiblioLifestyle 2024 Winter Reading Guide. This year’s guide has twenty-one books organized across six categories, plus fun recipes, winter activities, lifestyle tips, and a coupon code to the shop. So download your free copy and discover your next favorite book!
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6 New Books to Read This Winter
Beautyland by Marie-Helene Bertino
A woman connected to a faraway planet shares her experiences and observations of Earth as she navigates life, but while doing so, she starts to wonder if she is truly alone.
The Frozen River by Ariel Lawhon
In 1789 Maine, a midwife and healer investigates a shocking murder in her close-knit community, and we see her grapple with the truth, loyalty, and justice.
Mrs. Quinn’s Rise to Fame by Olivia Ford
A woman’s decision to compete in a baking show becomes a turning point in her life as she finds newfound independence, confronts long-held secrets, and unexpected fame.
Everyone on This Train Is a Suspect by Benjamin Stevenson
Five mystery writers turn detectives when someone is murdered on a train, but finding the killer is challenging because all the suspects are skilled in getting away with murder.
A Love Song for Ricki Wilde by Tia Williams
A free-spirited florist defies her family’s expectations and opens a flower shop in Harlem, and while there, she forms friendships and finds love with an enigmatic musician.
Sun of Blood and Ruin by Mariely Lares
In an alternate 16th-century Mexico, a masked sorceress joins forces with an alliance of Indigenous groups to fight against Spanish control and fulfill an ancient prophecy.
What do you think about these 6 new books to read this winter?
Are you looking forward to any books from this list? What books are you looking forward to reading this winter? What books would you add to the list?