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Top Ten Most Anticipated Books Jan-June 2023

January 10: Most Anticipated Books Releasing in the First Half of 2023

Okay, so – I’ve not been tracking as many ‘coming next year’ type posts as I usually do, so I absolutely know I’m missing some blinders here. Let me know which ones are your top picks and have passed me by. I want to add a lot to my TBR this week.

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An update on where to find me online

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With all the upheaval and uncertainty on a certain bird app, I wanted to make sure I’m able to continue following and interreacting with as many of my online circle as possible in case that platform goes south. Since this blog is sort of my homebase, I thought a post here might be a good idea.

I certainly don’t plan on leaving Twitter (unless so many people I follow do and it loses it’s point), but the situation has reminded me why it’s good to have back-up plans. I want to try and mirror the content/accounts I enjoy seeing across a couple of platforms.

So, if you want to follow me on any of these social media accounts, I’m going to try and post more often.

I’d love to build up my feeds/dashboards, so if you have an account on any of these – let me know! I’d love to follow you.

In addition, my linktree – which will always have the most up-to-date list of places to find me – is here: https://linktr.ee/foxesfairytales

Come find me! Talk to me!

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Another TBR? Christie’s Missing Readathon.

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I said no more readathons this month.

I lied.

But I literally just saw this one and couldn’t help myself, not when I just watched three faux-biography Agatha Christie movies, including the one set during the 11 days Agatha disappeared, which is the inspiration for this readathon.

For anyone interest those films are Agatha and the Truth of Murder, Agatha and the Curse of Ishtar and Agatha and the Midnight Murders ((with Ruth Bradley, Lyndsey Marshal and Helen Baxendale as Agatha, respectively). They’re pretty good!

Anyway…. It’s a very small readathon, and dovetails nicely with Cloak and Dagger Christmas so lets check out the prompts!

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Top Five Books Set in the Forest

This Top 5 series was a weekly meme created by Amanda @ Devouring Books.

Each week I’ll pick 5 books featuring the common theme provided. These might be books I’ve read, or ones that are still on my TBR. I’ll note [TBR] beside any I’ve not actually read myself. 

These books are all ‘Top’ in that they were, or look, great. My memory’s not goo enough to guarantee they’re the literal top books I’ve read in the category. So feel free to share your own favourites or give me more TBR suggestions in the comments.

October 16th, 2021 โ€” Books Set in the Forest

As always, in no particular order…

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Top Five October Releases that Sound Absolutely Magical

This Top 5 series was a weekly meme created by Amanda @ Devouring Books. Although this post is inspired by Devouring Books, this prompt is of my own devising and not officially one of Amanda’s suggestions. Todays official prompt is Magical Books and, to be fair, I think these all look absolutely magical in a the wonderful/delightful sense (so shhh, it totally counts.)

Each week I’ll pick 5 books featuring the common theme provided. These might be books I’ve read, or ones that are still on my TBR. I’ll note [TBR] beside any I’ve not actually read myself. 

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Top 5 Books at Schools and Academies

This Top 5 series was a weekly meme created by Amanda @ Devouring Books. Although this post is inspired by Devouring Books, this prompt is of my own devising and not officially one of Amanda’s suggestion

Each week I’ll pick 5 books featuring the common theme provided. These might be books I’ve read, or ones that are still on my TBR. I’ll note [TBR] beside any I’ve not actually read myself. 

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