TBR | January 2019

monthly tbr

Hello my fellow book lovers! Welcome to my first monthly TBR of 2019! I will also be doing quarterly TBRs, but those will contain I am intimidated to read.

Because I am a mood reader, I want wiggle room, but here are some of the books I’d like to read in January!

our stories, our voices

I started reading Our Stories, Our Voices in December, but I didn’t get around to finishing it. I really liked this non-fiction anthology and Amy Reed’s essay was my favourite so far. I’m keen to continue this!

the obelisk gate

Back in November, I picked up The Obelisk Gate, but I’ve kind of neglected it since. I am determined to finish this series soon, however, and I’m hoping to continue The Obelisk Gate this month. You can read my review of The Fifth Season here.

So this is my very short January TBR. I wasn’t in the mood to read in December, so I’m taking it slow. I’m aiming at reading five books this month, though, so I have plenty of mood reader choices left 😉

Which books do you want to read in January?

Thank you for reading,


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7 thoughts on “TBR | January 2019

  1. ashley says:

    I’m such a mood reader too. I actually just went through my Goodreads TBR and picked out a few backlist books to put in a jar, so I’ll pick one out every week and try to read one a week.

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