I used to be terrible at sticking to TBR lists because of mood reading, but I’ve been getting much better at it lately! I want to make TBR lists for each month as a separate post, and hopefully you guys can help me narrow down some choices with a little poll at the bottom too. Here are some options for this month!
On Deck for February…
Contemporaries for Valentine’s Day Feels
These books have been on my TBR forever and two of them are even old ARCs that I should probbbbably read. I love the kissy covers and the romance plots for these! I think it’ll be nice to do a little contemporary binge in the middle of the month for Valentine’s Day. I’ll probably find another to toss in there too but who knows. I think that KISS CAM at the very least is a priority for me. My sister recently read 26 KISSES and wasn’t a huge fan. I’ve had a copy of SEVEN DAYS OF YOU for a very long time and would like to read it in time for a release week review. It seems so cute! I love reading about a different international setting than Europe.
Fantasies for Winter Hibernation
I want to get some of these fantasy series cracking (and finished, in two cases here). I recently acquired all of these books through different means – preorder, ebook sale, and library hold – and need to crank them out. FROST LIKE NIGHT is for my book club meeting and the other two just NEED to be read! I have a few other fantasy books on my TBR but I wanted to have some options for the end of January.
I plan to reread (via audiobook) SIX OF CROWS before moving on to CROOKED KINGDOM. I’ve been putting it off because other audiobooks keep coming up, but I really want to read these. I hope CK holds my attention in the physical form and the SoC audiobook gets me excited. REUNION didn’t get great reviews but I can’t resist that trope… AND Julie Whalen, my favorite narrator, is narrating the book. Done deal. Why not?
The Forgetting / With Malice / A Week of Mondays
I am so bad about reading books I’m excited for! I don’t even have any real excuses because I have a copy of all three of these books. I just want to bang out some physical copies this year. I’ve heard mostly great things about all three books, so I can’t decide which ones should make the cut!