It may not officially be winter yet, but let’s be real—we’re feelin’ it already. I don’t know about where you live, but here in Ohio, we don’t really have normal seasons anymore. Spring and Fall have been reduced to like, maybe two weeks before coming to an end. Fall did not last long—we’ve already had snow here, and the temperatures never rise above 35 anymore.
But that’s okay. Winter means hot baths, hot coca, and evenings dedicated to curling up in a blanket with a book. And I’ve got some of my favorite books that will help keep you feeling those wintry vibes. There’s a genre for everybody, here. Click the titles to see the book on Goodreads!
9 Books to Vibe with Winter
Genre: YA romance. Summary: A girl writes love letters to all the boys she has a crush on throughout her childhood but never sends them. But then…someone does send them.
Genre: Literary fiction. Summary: A young boy loses his mother in a museum bombing, an event that changes his life forever in more ways than one.
Genre: YA mystery. Summary: A girl attending a prestigious boarding school for the brightest teens finds herself not only solving the school’s historic mystery, but also winds up in the middle of her own.
Genre: YA romance. Summary: Three stories collide one winter evening, with strangers crossing paths and romance blossoming despite the snow.
Genre: Fantasy. Summary: A travelling circus sets the stage for a years-long magic competition between two people who accidentally fall in love.
Genre: YA horror. Summary: A school ski trip goes wrong when the dead come back to life, and a group of teens must fight for their lives.
Genre: YA romance. Summary: Lily leaves a notebook full of dares in her favorite bookshop; Dash stumbles upon the notebook and gives them a shot.
Genre: YA romance. Summary: Two boys, both named Will Grayson, meet by chance one night, and their worlds collide.
Genre: Historical fiction. Summary: It’s 1939, and in Germany, a girl’s foster family does the most dangerous thing they could do during the war: they hide a Jew from the Nazis.
Have you read any of these books?
What wintry books do you love, or have on your TBR this season?