February TBR

Hey everyone! As most of you know, I stopped making TBRs last February because I never stick to them and I don’t like structure. However, since my entire reading goal this year is focused on tackling my unread books, I decided to let you know what books I’m in the mood for this month. I’ve categorized them as: own shelf and library loans. I’ve been really motivated to read my owned books so hopefully, I don’t abandon any of these 🤞🏿


Lady Midnight by Cassandra Clare ⇢ Can y’all believe I’ve made it this far into 2019 and haven’t re-read Lady Midnight yet? That’s progress. I miss my Blackthorns so I need to dive back into this for the umpteenth time.

Crooked Kingdom by Leigh Bardugo ⇢ My most unpopular opinion right now is how disappointing King of Scars was. I’ve decided to re-read Crooked Kingdom because I need something to help me forget.

Pride by Ibi Zoboi ⇢ I’m reading this book for several reasons: buddy read, Black History Month, and a blog post that I’m working on (it won’t be posted for quite a while).


The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah ⇢ I don’t like historical fiction so why am I even in the mood for this? I don’t know y’all. I liked The Great Alone by Kristin Hannah and I saw this while browsing Libby so I decided to check it out.

A Princess in Theory by Alyssa Cole ⇢ I’m reading this because Bee tweeted the steamiest quote from this book. I went to Libby and immediately placed a hold. It’ll be available for me to read in less than two weeks.

Vox by Christina Dalcher ⇢ Similar to Pride, I’m reading this for several reasons: Goodreads reading challenge (nominated for best science fiction of 2018) and a blog post that I’m working on.


That’s all folks! Let’s hope my mood doesn’t change immediately after this posting this. What books are on your February TBR? Let me know in the comments! Thanks for reading!

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24 thoughts on “February TBR

  1. I need to start my 2019 with a better TBR pile for sure! I’m happy I found your blog! I’ve only read one book so far in 2019 (slacker?). This book came out in December but it’s the first in a trilogy so I am pretty sure the other two will be out soon. It’s called “The Winnowing” by Patrick Garner and it is 100% one of the most unique and fun books I’ve read in awhile. I always loved learning about Greek mythology in school and this story is all about Greek Goddesses in modern day America. I love that it features a cast of super strong women and another unique twist (not giving anything away!) is that midway through the story- the narrator (a male) is transformed into a being with god-like powers and this creates some drama and romance. I hope you will check it out! http://www.thewinnowing.website/

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    1. Hi Andi. Thank you for your comment. I’m glad you enjoyed this book. Next time, could you please complete my contact form and include the details about the book in the form? Good luck with your reading.

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  2. Good luck with your reading goal! I know I generally keep a loose ‘tbr’ to pick from since I’m a mood reader but lately I’ve been trying to catch up on review obligations so it’s tough haha. Hope you enjoy your reading this month!

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      1. I didn’t like the way it was written and i found the MC kind of boring. A lot of flashbacks happen during the MCs internal monologue while she’s in the middle of important scenes so I kind of lost sight of what was happening.

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