Month in Review

January Look Back

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I am a little late with my January reading post. Due to being ousted from WordPress for a week and some lovely sunshine here and there.

Total books read this month: 11

4 of these were off my own shelf which was good. All these reads were good and I thoroughly enjoyed them all.  Guts is a middle grade graphic novel – loved it.

New to me authors:

Lori Gottlieb

Susan Wilson

Rebecca Raisin

Lyssa Kay Adams

Top Book for January

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Looking forward to reading in February

I don’t have any particular book on my reading agenda that is one I must “absolutely read as quickly as possible” but… I am looking forward to what  might just pop out at me.

Incoming Books for January

Purchased

Library Books Borrowed and Read!

From NetGalley or Edelweiss

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Audio Books Purchased

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Linking up with Nicole at Feed Your Fiction Addiction

16 thoughts on “January Look Back”

  1. I see you are also a Gary Schmidt fan. I haven’t read Orbiting Jupiter yet, but plan on checking it out from the library. I’ve been enjoying graphic novels this year, much to the surprise of my family.

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  2. A good month of reading! The Cassandra King Conroy book is on my wish list – might be a good one in audio. I hope your blog issues are behind you and February books are fantastic.

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  3. The only book I read was In this House of Brede – which I loved. Really must read it again. All the books look good – will add them to my overflowing TBR lists!
    Have a great month of reading ahead.

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