The Books On My 2023 Wish List

It’s officially 2023 and we’re all thinking about the things we’d like to accomplish this year. But don’t worry. Today’s post isn’t about resolutions, goals, plans or whatever you call them. No. Today’s blog post is a little more fun than that!

Do you have a habit of saving book titles in lists? Books you’d really like to read soon but don’t know if you’ll ever actually get to them? That’s the point I’ve found myself already, barely 24 hours into 2023. I’ve got lists everywhere. Whether or not they’ll be accomplished is a whole other ball game.

However, I think my “Books Wanted” list is the best list of them all. It really is representative of my current interests, even though there’s only one title in the Thriller section! All lists are amendable, but this one will be ever changing throughout the next twelve months. So from cookbooks to thrillers, here are the books I’d like own or read by the end of 2023.

Cookbooks
Cauliflower Cookbook by Leanne Kitchen
Cauliflower Comfort Food by Jeannette Hurt
The Great Big Pumpkin Cookbook by Michalczyk Maggie

Romance
Desperately Seeking a Duchess by Christi Caldwell
Provoking Lord Simmons by Wendy May Andrews
The Beast’s Ball by Eva Devon & Marie Claremont
A Whimsical Notion by Jennie Goutet
Not Quite A Duchess by Ava Rose
The Wrong Bride by Catharina Maura

Historical Fiction
The Ones Left Behind by Elizabeth Johns
A Deadly Affair by Carla Simpson
The Lost Colony by Irina Shapiro
The Girl From Bletchley Park by Kathleen McGurl
Murder at the Crown and Anchor by CJ Archer
The Last Debutantes by Georgie Blalock
The Last White Rose by Alison Weir
The Attic on Queen Street by Karen White
The Quarry Girl by Tania Crosse
Gilded Girl by Pamela M Kelley
American Gilt: Scandal by JD Peterson
An Indiscreet Princess by Georgia Blalock
Appalachian Daughter by Mary Salyers
The Lindbergh Nanny by Mariah Fredericks
Widow’s Walk by Wendy W Webb
The Librarian Spy by Madeline Martin

Thriller
The Maid by Nita Prose
Moonlight and the Pearler’s Daughter by Lizzie Pook

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