Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl.

I’ve read six out of the ten books I added onto my autumn TBR, so I’m carrying them over but not repeating them here. Autumn wasn’t really a very productive reading season for me; the Animal Crossing update scuppered that. I did manage to review some of them: Empire of the Vampire, Far From the Light of Heaven and A Marvellous Light.

I tend to read randomly over the holidays, as I’m all done with my challenges and waiting for the new ones to start. But here are some books I hope to get to over the next few months of cold and bleak winter!

* indicates that I’ve received a review copy

* Once There Were Wolves by Charlotte McConaghy

Migrations was soooo good, I was super excited to be sent a review copy of her new book. It’s already out in the US and I’ve been staring longingly at it for months.

* Wild and Wicked Things by Francesca May

I pretty much want to read everything Orbit is publishing next year so I better start early with this witchy debut.

The Love Hypothesis by Ali Hazelwood

I’ve slowly been dipping my toes into the romance genre. I’ve seen this all over Top Ten Tuesdays and it looks adorable.

Where the Drowned Girls Go by Seanan McGuire

A new Wayward Children book is always a New Year highlight.

The Annual Migration of Clouds by Premee Mohamed

Waterstones finally found a copy down the back of the sofa and fulfilled my pre-order! Just kidding, I suspect the publication date was pushed back several times.

Roxy by Neal + Jarrod Shusterman

The personification of prescription drug abuse sounds like a unique angle. I liked this father and son team’s last collaboration so I’m intrigued by this one.

A Pho Love Story by Loan Le

I meant to read this for Popsugar’s set in restaurant prompt, but ended up reading Arsenic and Adobo instead, and so I haven’t yet got round to this, even though I’m sure I’ve included it on past TBR lists.

* The This by Adam Roberts

Adam Roberts takes on AI personal assistants and a hive mind. His books are always mind-bending.

Monstress: The Vow by Marjorie Liu + Sana Takeda

Far Sector by N.K. Jemisin + Jamal Campbell

I was busy over the last Dewey’s Readathon weekend so I haven’t made a dent in my comics TBR of late. Christmas seems the perfect time to rectify that.