January 2022 TBR

You may have noticed I took a not too brief hiatus from the blog to get myself over the Christmas/Winter hump. I found myself in a bit of a reading slump as well as lacking inspiration, and work always speeds up towards the end of the year, so I decided that a break was indeed best for my mental health.

But I am back! Refreshed and ready to get back into the reading! So what am I planning to read in January? I’m going to be trying to clear off some of the many, many books that have been sitting unread on my kindle and physical bookshelves for an embarrassing amount of time. And since it’s January and the time for fresh starts and all that, I’ve decided to start with the Mount Everest of books I just haven’t gotten around to reading yet.

In A Dark, Dark Wood – Ruth Ware. I read The Woman In Cabin 10 back in…October, and I wasn’t the biggest fan. But I also have a backlog of Ruth Ware books chilling out on my bookcase, so I’m going to give this one a try.

Thirteen Reasons Why – Jay Asher. I enjoyed the TV show, but I haven’t gotten around to reading the book yet. This is actually my Buzzword Challenge book for January. The Buzzword prompt for January is a book title featuring one of the 5 W’s (where, what, why, when, who & how).

The Fault In Our Stars – John Green. I have neither read this book nor seen the movie, but I plan to do both this month.

The Perfect Couple – Jackie Kabler. I have really been enjoying thrillers lately, and I’ve had this on Kindle Unlimited for a little bit, so I’m excited to give it a read.

Every Heart A Doorway – Seanan McGuire. I am planning to participate in the Be Sure Athon readathon hosted by The Wild Sasha. I haven’t read any of this series before, but I’m looking forward to starting it.

Down Among The Sticks and Bones – Seanan McGuire.

I Invited Her In – Adele Parks. This is another thriller I’m looking forward to reading.

What are you planning to read this month? Let me know!


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