February TBR.


I decided to make a small TBR for February. I didn’t have one last month. I’m not sure if making large TBRs last year was one of the reasons I had so many reading slumps but I thought making small ones and not putting so much pressure on myself might help me this year. Fingers crossed anyway.

I only have six books on my TBR for this month. I might add to it if I run out but I did only read eight books in January and they were small compared to the ones I plan to read in February. So I guess I’ll see what happens.

In my pile this month are –

Still Me by Jojo Moyes – This is the third book that follows Louisa Clark. This time she’s in New York City in a new job. I can’t wait to see what she gets up to this time!

Nexus by Scott Westerfeld, Margot Lanagan and Deborah Biancotti – This is the third and final book in the Zeroes series. I’m looking forward to seeing how this story ends.

Stalking Jack the Ripper by Kerri Maniscalco – I just finished this the other day and I enjoyed it a lot more than I expected to. I had heard good things about it but I wasn’t 100% sure if I’d like it. Hopefully I’ll post a review soon.

City of Brass by S.A. Chakraborty – I’ve wanted to read this for a while now. I didn’t know how small the writing was or how big the book is. I might save this for later in the month…

The Hazel Wood by Melissa Albert – I’ve heard good things about this too so I’m looking forward to reading sometime this month.

I don’t know what books I’ll be adding to my pile if I get through these. I might take a trip to the library and see what they have.

What’s on your February TBR? If you don’t do TBRs what are you hoping to read this month?



6 thoughts on “February TBR.

  1. I just got through reading The Hazel Wood and loved it. I’ve read others think it starts slow, but I really enjoyed it. You can read my review https://wordpress.com/view/brazenbibliophile.wordpress.com. The remainder of the month is going to be taken up by some ARCs I recieved and am trying desperately to get them done and reviewed by their release date: Tempests & Slaughter (already late on this one), Ink, Iron, & Glass, To Kill a Kingdom, and The Wicked Deep.

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