I can’t believe that it’s January, it feels like 2019 simultaneously flew by and wouldn’t end. This month is a bit of a catch-up month for me because there were a couple of books that I meant to read in December, but I didn’t get to. In total, there are five books I want to get to this month.
Tweet Cute by Emma Lord: The release date for this book is on January 21, 2020, and I’m so excited that St. Martin’s Press reached out to me to be part of the upcoming blog tour for it. I started this book the other day, and so far, I’m in love with it. I love the premise, and I think this is the perfect book for me to start 2020 off with.
When We Were Vikings by Andrew David MacDonald: The release date for this book is January 28, 2020, and I’m incredibly grateful that Simon and Schuster sent me an ARC of it. When I’m looking forward to reading this book because the description kind of reminds me of The Good Luck of Right Now by Matthew Quick, which is a book I really enjoyed when I read it years ago. I’m hoping to have a review of this book up closer to the end of the month.
One Day in December by Josie Silver: This is one of the December books that I’m playing catch-up with this month. I was supposed to read it with my best friend, but since I didn’t have any extra time off work, I barely got in any reading during the hectic holiday season. This book sounds super cute, and I’m looking forward to finally reading it.
Frankly in Love by David Yoon: This is the other December book that I’m playing catch-up with. My best friend and I picked up this book when it came out because we both heard amazing things about it. We were supposed to read it together last month, but I didn’t get to it. I think I’ll probably pick this book up after I finish Tweet Cute because it looks like a quick read, and I’m super excited about it.
The Flatshare by Beth O’Leary: Since my best friend and I are on a serious rom-com kick, we decided that this would be our January book of the month. She picked it up at Indigo, texted me, asking if I wanted to read it with her, and I immediately agreed. The premise sounds a bit different and like it’ll be a fun book to read.
What are you planning on reading this month?