Monthly TBR: January TBR and Reading Challenge

My goodness, it’s a relief to write this. 2021 is behind us. 2022 is here.

I’ll go in reverse today, so I’ll start with some broad 2022 goals. I’m going to set a reading goal for this year based on the 110 that I read in 2021 and 67 in 2020. I think that I can read at least 125 books in 2022. I’m hoping to surpass it as always, but we’ll just have to wait and see. I want to take more risks and read more widely both inside and outside my comfort zone. I’m still trying to figure out what those individual goals look like. I ordered my new Kobo eReader a few days ago and that is going to make a huge difference to my reading time and ability.

Now on to January. This is the TBR that I was thinking about:

–        Mexican Gothic by Silvia Moreno-Garcia

–        Sorcery of Thorns by Margaret Rogerson

–        King of Scars by Leigh Bardugo

–        Renegades by Marissa Meyer

–        A Court of Silver Flames by Sarah J. Maas (reread) (Kobo?)

–        From Blood and Ash by Jennifer L. Armentrout (Kobo)

–        Beartown by Fredrik Backman (Library, Kobo?)

–        Us Against You by Fredrik Backman

–        Serendipity edited by Marissa Meyer

I’m waiting for Serendipity and my Kobo eReader to arrive before I can finish them, but they should both be here next week. I’m so excited for this TBR. I wanted to begin curating TBRs that make me happier. Less stress, more smiles. If that means rereading, that’s what I’ll do.

I’m going to do a reread of the Throne of Glass series this year. My mom is reading it right now and I’m finding myself missing those characters and that world so much. I’m not sure when I’m going to start or how long it’s going to take me. I’m going to watch for the chance and take it whenever it happens.

I have some writing goals for the month as well. For now, it’s going to be this: write as much as you can. Anything is better than nothing. I need to start somewhere so I can get to the end.

I think the best way to explain my viewpoint going into 2022 is excitement. The possibilities for this year are endless and amazing and I have so much hope for what I can accomplish this year. Whatever your goals are, you can achieve them too. If anyone reading this needs a partner in their goals, someone to hold them accountable, send me a message over on Instagram @litandleta or on Facebook at Lit&Leta Blog. I’m always down to chat goals or books!

Happy New Year and may this year be good to us all.


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