Monthly TBR – January Wrap/February 2022

Posted February 1, 2022 by Andi in TBR, Wrap Up / 0 Comments

New year, new TBR list look. I have tweaked my list some from last year. I stuck with the 12 book format and the one TBD spot, but I have added in a ReRead and a Kindle Unlimited space (if you want to see why, go to this posts HERE). Like last year, this isn’t a set in stone list and I will freely move away from it, but it is a loose plan.

In January I had a list and I pretty much stuck to it. I sadly went through a patch were I read books that were good, 3 or 3.5 stars, but not great and I needed to switch it up. This led me to going off script, aka my TBR list, and adding in a couple of rereads (I still don’t remember having read The Sky is Everywhere the first time but it was 1400+ books ago) and adding a new find in. Note: How To Fake It in Hollywood ended up being my favorite read of the month and just edged out These Twisted Bonds. See, sometimes it is worth not following the list.

My February TBR is not 100% set in stone yet again. I know I will definitely be reading a lot of these, I’m looking at you See You Yesterday, Love on the Brain, This Might Get Awkward, Place We Have Never Been, and House of Sky and Breath, but everything else could change. Honestly I have about 7 requests in at Netgalley so this list could really change should I get lucky and get approved for any of them. But I am excited for my Delirium reread and Spotlight by Eden Finley.

I read 12 books in January so I’m on pace for my goal of 100 for the year. I am still doing well on my Netgalley tracking (although I really need to get writing on those reviews) and I ended up reading some great books, even if one was an 800 page reread. All in all January was a solid reading month.

What do you do for a monthly TBR? Do you stick to a list or wing it? Have you read any of these?

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