Book, TBR

January – March 2021 ~ TBR

After reading mostly festive books in December I’m excited to jump back into some more varied reading and cracking on with some shiny new reading challenges. Let me know if you’ve signed up to any in the comments. Some of the books below are library reservations, unfortunately where I live is currently under England’s tier 4 restrictions and libraries are closed but I’m keeping my fingers crossed that won’t last for too long.

Married at First Swipe* ~ I’ve made a small start on this one, I’ll hold my hands up and say I requested this from Netgalley just because it reminded me of the TV of similar name.

The Smallest Man* ~ Another I’ve already started, this historical fiction is quite different to things I’ve read previously and I’m really enjoying it.

Failosophy ~ This is probably top of my New Year TBR.

Mr Loverman ~ I heard great things about this last year so I’m hoping to start the audiobook soon.

Gold Light Shining* ~ This poetry collection will be featuring as part of a blog tour over the next couple of weeks.

Sisterhood of the Infamous* ~ The blurb for this sounds like Hollywood murder mystery combined with an exploration of fame, I’m very intrigued.

Outsiders ~ I ‘meant to get to’ this collection so many time over the last few months so I’m determined to read it at the start of this year.

The Language of Birds ~ One of my resolutions for 2021 is to read all the the books I get via subscriptions/memberships so starting with the Reposed book which has been sat unread for the longest.

Supper Club ~ I also want to get back into reading along with Lauren and the Books Patreon bookclub and this is the January pick. I’ve got a library reservation on this is crossing my fingers they can open again safely soon.

The Translator ~ One of the reading challenges I’ve found this year is the Reading Women Challenge; I wasn’t really sure where to start so I’ve reserved this from my library as its by one of the authors in the bonus prompts.

Titles marked * have been provided for free in exchange for an honest review.

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