January 2018 Wrap Up & February TBR

Ok, I know I’m behind on this, and I really have no excuse! So, thank you, friends, for being patient while I get my life together…hahahahhahaha.

In January, I read 14 books.

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Of those, 7 were ARCs, 3 audiobooks, 1 on B&N blog, and 3 I already owned.

ARCs: Once a King (Dec 2018), The Cerulean (Jan 2019), Never-Contented Things (March 2019), We Set the Dark on Fire (Feb 2019), Circle of Shadows (Jan 2019), The Blood Spell (Feb 2019), Tarot (Feb 2019).

Audiobooks: The Ocean at the End of the Lane, Evidence of the Affair, Truly Devious (also borrowed on Libby – a great app!).

B&N: If At First You Don’t Succeed, Try, Try  Again.

Owned: Crooked Kingdom, The Cruel Prince, Siege and Storm.

Which reviews are you most looking forward to seeing? I’ll be posting the January releases ASAP, then get to the February ones that I haven’t already written.. Two of the Februaries are PHENOMENAL!

I also received quite a few upcoming ARCs to read and review, so am very excited for those! Some of those are Bloodleaf, Wilder Girls, The Devouring Gray, Dark of the West, and Lady Smoke. Anyone excited for those?

In Another Life (March 2019), Ruin & Rising, King of Scars, Nevernight, The Wicked King, Ash Princess, Lady Smoke (April 2019), A Darker Shade of Magic, Sherwood (March 2019), What the Woods Keep, Cloud Boy (April 2019), and The Truth About Keeping Secrets (March 2019). Then, I have a few others I hope to get to for the TBR & Beyond Book Club Reading Challenge. It’s to be another busy month! Wooooooooo!

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