Friday, September 23, 2022

Friday Five - Five Books I Might Put on My Must Read List for 2023


I'm taking a bit of a break from my usual Friday Linkups to try something a little different.  I'm in a list making kind of mood so I thought I'd start making random five lists.  Sometimes they'll be bookish other weeks not so much.  I'm starting to think about my reading for 2023 and while I don't want to be as list focused as I was this year I do want to have a short list of books to read so that I can have a little focus.  Here are 5 books I'm considering putting on my 2023 reading list.  


1.  The Secret Life of Violet Grant by Beatriz Williams - I haven't read Beatriz Williams in a year or two and I'm missing her books.  This one is sitting on my shelf just waiting to be read!


2.  Death in the Family by Teresa Wegert - This book has been sitting on my shelf staring at me for far too long and I've wanted to read it since the day I got it.


3.  Cross Her Heart by Melinda Lee - I love suspense and this author has been on my TBR for ages.  


4.  Your Guide to Not Getting Murdered in an English Village by Maureen Johnson by Jay Cooper - How can I resist this title?  It seems like such an interesting read.


5.  The House at Riverton by Kate Morton - This is one of the few Kate Morton books I haven't read and I've been really wanting to pick up another book by her.

Are you thinking about your reading plans for 2023? What are you wanting to read?

12 comments:

  1. Guide to not getting murdered... caught my eye. I read 'Violet Grant' when it published. I liked it!
    Also wanted to tell you I just realized I haven't been getting my email alerts for your posts. I think I read that Blogger is going through some changes. I'll try to check your blog more often!
    Mary @Bookfan

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  2. I'm already starting my 2023 list of books to read, too. I'd like to read Your Guide to Not Getting Murdered in an English Village.

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  3. That's a great title - the Guide to Not Getting Murdered. I need that. Oh, you can't go wrong with Kate Morton. I am so excited about her coming out with a new book next year. Still forming my 2023 list for reading plans :-)

    I was thinknning about you last nigth when we grabbed takeaway and watched The Dish. I love Sam Neill and the history of the Parks dish.

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  4. What a great list. I need to start thinking about my 2023 list too.

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  5. Everything I have read by Melinda Leigh I have loved.

    Anne - Books of My Heart

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  6. Great list! I love the Wegert series. I'm also a huge fan of Kate Morton and Maureen Johnson. I haven't read YOUR GUIDE TO NOT GETTING MURDERED yet, but it's definitely on my list. Williams is an author I haven't read, except for a couple book she co-authored. I need to read some of hers. I hope you enjoy all these if/when you read them!

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  7. I'm making a list for '23 books too. I think I'll add Your Guide to Not Getting Murdered In An English Village to it. It sounds like a good one!

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  8. Not getting murder in a Quaint English Village is a book I will join you on gladly!! It really does sound like a fun read.

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  9. These look good. I want to read Melinda Leigh's books. She's on my wishlist.

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  10. wow thinking of 2023 reading already, but it is part of the fun of reading isn't it. Making plans. The only one I've read is the Beatriz Williams one.

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  11. I have a long list started. Ha ha. I want to do a good amount of re-reads. 📚📚📚

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