Top Ten Tuesday: Cozy Reads for Every Season

This week’s Top Ten Tuesday prompt is Cozy Reads. At this point, I don’t know what’s really considered cozy reads or if I read enough of them. Initially I wanted to focus on a specific type of cozy read, like books for autumn, but I couldn’t think of enough. So instead, I’ve picked a few for each season.


Ravenfall by Kalyn Josephson: This is the book that made me want an entire list of cozy autumn reads. The aesthetics of this book are so on point for a light-hearted, middle grade Halloween read.

Three Kisses, One Midnight by Roshani Chokshi, Evelyn Skye, and Sandhya Menon: This book is also a fun, cute Halloween story. The magic is more fluffy and colorful than dark and each of the characters’ romance journey is adorable.


Cold Day in the Sun by Sara Biren: This is one of the first YA contemporary I read and actually enjoyed. I love the hockey angle and the romance in this is super duper cute. It has such a great winter vibe.

Two Tickets to the Christmas Ball by Donita K. Paul: It’s been a long time since I read this (which means I probably should reread it soon), but I remember actually enjoying this when I was younger despite it being a romance. I mean, it’s a cute book set around Christmas and I’m pretty sure there are dragons. What’s not to like?


I Love You So Mochi by Sarah Kuhn: A cute, fluffy read set in Japan during spring break, this book and that cover live and breathe the spring aesthetic.

The Secret of a Heart Note by Stacey Lee: This is such a cute YA romance. I don’t know if it’s set in the spring but the flowery cover plus the main character’s aromateur ability makes me think it would be a good spring read.

Silver Spoon by Hiromu Arakawa: So even though this takes place during the school year, a lot of the agriculture stuff makes me think of spring. This is such a fun manga that made me realize how much I love the slice of life genre.


Geekerella by Ashley Poston: Since this book takes place at a Con, I always assume it’s summertime. I love the summer convention vibe this entire series gives off.

Once Upon a… Summer series by Lisa T. Bergren: Each of the books in this series focuses on a different place, so that gives each one a certain vibe, but since they’re all set in summer, they’ve all got that cozy summer vibe! My favorite of them is Once Upon an Irish Summer because who wouldn’t want to travel to Ireland to explore the history of a dead pirate queen while also falling for an Irish dude.

Barakamon by Satsuki Yoshino: This manga is so ridiculous and fun, but I love the simple island life aesthetic. I’m sure that some of this takes place in other seasons, but since it’s set on an island, I always associate it with summer.

What cozy reads do you recommend? Don’t forget to join the link-up!

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