How is February here already?
January was a fairly decent reading month for me, but there are a few books that I didn’t get to that I’m bouncing to my February TBR. I also have a handful of buddy reads I’m hoping to read this month. Here’s the list of books I’m hoping to read this month!
Books I meant to get to in January
Beartown by Fredrik Backman – I’ve been wanting to reread this for a long time and I am determined to get to it soon.
Good Girl, Bad Blood and As Good As Dead by Holly Jackson – I reread A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder in January and I thoroughly enjoyed it. I was hoping to read the entire trilogy in January, but since I didn’t get to books two and three, I’m rolling them over to February.
Buddy Reads and Book Clubs
The House in the Pines by Ana Reyes – This is the February book of the month for one of the book clubs I’m in. This book is a little bit outside of my comfort zone, since I tend to prefer mysteries to thrillers, but I’m looking forward to giving it a try. Hopefully the other people in book club read it because thrillers are always fun to discuss.
These Violent Delights by Chloe Gong – I wasn’t planning on joining the book club that’s not a book club this month, but then I got excited and signed up for two of the picks. I’ve heard great things about this one and I hope it lives up to the hype.
A Marvellous Light by Freya Marske – This is the other book club that’s not a book club book I’m reading. This book has popped up on a few cozy fantasy lists and since I’m intrigued by that genre, I’m going to give this book a try. I don’t know very much about this book, so it should be interesting going in completely blind.
The Dead Romantics by Ashley Poston – I’m in a group that’s reading one romance a month and this is our February pick. I’ve been excited about this book since it was released, so I can’t wait to dive in.
The Forest of Moon and Sword by Amy Raphael – This is the book of the month for the Middle Grade Marvels book club! I haven’t heard of this book before, but the Middle Grade Marvels always picks the best books and I’m looking forward to giving this one a try.