Book Covers to Gaze At So I Can Pretend It’s Snowing Outside #TopTenTuesday

This week’s Top Ten Tuesday topic is:

(it’s a winter freebie)

So my topic this week will be

Book Covers to Gave At So I Can Pretend It’s Snowing Outside                                                                 Although That’s Never Going To Happen 

I have been living in the SF Bay Area for about ten years now, and we have had snow on the very top of our peaks (elevation: 2520 feet) about maybe 3 times.

So no snow falling outside my window for me – although since this is California, I do have the option of driving just a few hours to the ski slopes. Does it snow where you are?

(The first four are TBR)

Winter People – Jennifer McMahon

Dirty Snow – Georges Simenon

Freedom is Space for the Spirit – Glen Hirshberg

The Snow Tourist – Charlie English

(The following books are those I’ve already read). 

Greenglass House – Kate Milford

Snow Child – Eowyn Ivey

The Snow Kimono – Mark Henshaw

The Terror – Dan Simmons

The Abominable – Dan Simmons (what can I say, I kinda like his books)

Winter’s End – Jean-Claude Mourlevat, Anthea Bell (Translator)



Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish in June of 2010 and was moved to That Artsy Reader Girl in January of 2018.


  1. It definitely snows where I live (Utah)…though we haven’t had much of it this year. Love the books you chose. The Snow Child made my TTT list, too. 🙂


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