January TBR {2017}

Hey guys, 

January! My birth month. In my eyes, it’s a month of opportunity. I’m looking forward to seeing what this year holds. 

Since I’m posting this in the middle of the month, my to be read pile is going to be a small, attainable goal. 

97804252851761.Talking as Fast as I Can by Lauren Graham

When I saw this book on the shelves… basically everywhere, I couldn’t resist picking up a copy. Firstly, Lauren Graham is hilarious. The characters she play are quirky and entertaining, I am hopeful her book will be the same. My mom and I over the years have developed a small obsession with Gilmore Girls, although with many other mother/daughters out there. Thus, I need to fill my need for Gilmore somehow.

15441253-_sy540_2.Glass Sword by Victoria Aveyard

After my heart was complete shattered by everything that is Red Queen, I have to finally get to reading Glass Sword. This story is so captivating. In this sequel, we continue to follow Mare Borrows. The red blooded, once pick-pocket. But now she’s known throughout the entire kingdom – wanted dead.

232070273.Three Dark Crowns by Kendare Blake

I saw this book on the New Release shelf at Barnes and Noble. I know you’re not supposed to judge a book by it’s cover, but it this one definitely drew me in. I’m going into this blind, which can be positive. What I do know is that this book follows a set of Triplets. Three queens who are equal heirs to the crown – but they have to fight each other for it. This could get deadly.


And there you have it! January To Be Read. What are you guys reading this month? 




6 thoughts on “January TBR {2017}

  1. Donna says:

    I love Gilmore Girls but after seeing Lauren Graham basically be Lorelai in Parenthood, I don’t know if I want to read her book. As much as I love GG, I was disappointed by her lack of different roles. It’s like watching Lorelai everywhere so it the book is the same, it’ll only be another letdown. I hope you enjoy it, though 🙂
    I loved the cover of Three Dark Crows but unfortunately the book was too slow and blah-blah filled to truly keep me interested. I found it was a good introduction for the next book to come, so I wish I had waited for the second book to be released to read them, to avoid having to wait to see why all the characterization and portrayal of boring lives was useful.
    Happy reading!


  2. Bookish Matters says:

    I finally read Red Queen this month and I might also read Glass sword sometime this month but I am currently reading A Court of Thrones and Roses So I just might get sucked into reading A Court of Mist and Fury instead.


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