Winter 2016 Reading List

KBB_winter2016readinglistSeeing as this blog seems to be divided into me baking and confessing all my quirky habits to the general online population, I figured it was time for another confession. This summer I developed a complete obsession with The Little Free Library. (If this is the first time you’ve heard of this, stop what you’re doing right now and click here to learn more about it.)

The idea of me being able to have access to free literature that I could have and hold (and by that I mean mostly hoard and keep to myself) was so addictive that I immediately charted all of the libraries in my area. Together my dog and I visited them on a rotating basis throughout the spring and summer and as such my pile of books to-read has grown exponentially.

Now that the weather is forcing my dog and I to stay inside more I’m finally making my way through a stack of some of my summer finds. Here’s a pretty random list of what I’ve picked up, and what I hope to have read by the end of winter.

1. The Bear by Claire Cameron

2. If You Find Me by Emily Murdoch

3. The Fault in Our Stars by John Green

4. One Day by David Nicholls

5. 1222 by Anne Holt

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I love to read and I love sharing my favourite books with you. (For more reading inspiration, click here.) These lists are totally my own creation and I was not paid or perked to share my opinions with you by any author or publishing company. Full disclosure: I do receive a small commission from Amazon when you choose to buy a book from my site. It keeps this blog running and food in my dog’s bowl, but rest assured I’d never suggest you buy something I wouldn’t buy for myself. Enjoy!

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