Let’s all welcome in the shortest month of the year! I can’t believe we’ve moved on to February already and I’m already onto a new to be read list. After my Kobo arrived last month, I began thinking about February’s TBR and how much I could accomplish. I read much faster on my Kobo, and I find that I’m able to read in more situations because of its compact nature (and I don’t have to hold the pages open). I can read more easily while I eat, during the hockey game intermissions, and in bed. Not all good things, really, but I get more reading done.
With that in mind, I was much more ambitious with this month’s list:
– Renegades by Marissa Meyer (At 39%)
– House of Earth and Blood by Sarah J. Maas
– House of Sky and Breath by Sarah J. Maas (Depending on the mail)
– Dragons of Autumn Twilight by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman
– Empire of the Vampire by Jay Kristoff
– Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas
– Rule of Wolves by Leigh Bardugo
– The Voyage of Freydis by Tamara Goranson (Ormsby)
– The Almost Wife by Gail Anderson-Dargatz (Ormsby)
– ReDawn by Brandon Sanderson (Kobo)
– Evershore by Brandon Sanderson (Kobo)
– Defending Elysium by Brandon Sanderson (Kobo)
– A Thief Among the Trees by Sabaa Tahir ++ (Kobo)
– A Kingdom of Flesh and Fire by Jennifer L. Armentrout (Kobo) (59%)
Honestly, it’s huge and ridiculous. But I love it. I want to read all of these books so badly. Can I do it in 28 days? We’ll see. Some of these are short novellas or graphic novels, which helps. One of them isn’t publishing until the 15th and might not come by the end of the month, so that might cut the list down too. As always, the ones marked Ormsby are books I’m reading for review at www.ormsbyreview.com. I’m excited for every single one of them, though.
Since I made it to 306 words in my novel in January, I’m going to try for 26,000 in February. That works out to 1000 words a day starting tomorrow, February 3rd. So, if I reach 26,306, I’ll be happy. If I reach 1000, I’ll still be happy. Anything is progress. I’ve got an in-depth update coming up this month as well, so I’ll try to get a bunch of words to be part of that update then.
A short update for a short month seems appropriate, so I’ll end things here. Short and sweet. Brief, but intense. I’m going to go dive into this TBR list and hope I come out the other side on top. Have a happy February!
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