January Wrap-Up and February TBR

Can you believe we are already into February, my friends? I can’t!

February is one of my favorite months mostly because my birthday is this weekend and I’ve always loved my birthday 🙂

January started the year off well. Right on schedule with my goal to read 50 total books and enjoying what I’ve read so far!

I finished 5 books…

Started 4 more books (two of which I plan to finish in February and two of which I plan to finish by the end of 2018)…

Reviewed 3 books and reflected on the full Anne of Green Gables series…

Les Miserables by Victor Hugo
The Mother Daughter Book Club by Heather Vogel Frederick
Invincible Louisa by Cornelia Meigs
#AnneReadAlong2017 Reflection

I’m hoping to read a lot in February!

First, I’m hoping to finish…

Planning to read…

Planning to start reading my next classic, one of these two…

What are you reading this month?

13 thoughts on “January Wrap-Up and February TBR

  1. Look at all the classics! I’ve never read any of the sequels to Little Women… I guess I worried that they wouldn’t live up to the first book which holds a special place in my heart. Uncle Tom’s Cabin has been on my bucket list of classics to read.

    Happy reading in February!

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  2. What a great list of reads, Jane! I love seeing all these award winners on here. What is inspiring you to read so many Newbery award-winning books? I read Moon Over Manifest a few years ago and really loved it. I hope you enjoy it too!

    I’ll have to check out your review of The Mother Daughter Book Club since you’re obviously on the path to complete reading this series sooner rather than later. Do you always put together a TBR? How often do you stick to them?

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    1. Thanks so much, Jackie! Last year, my book club read The Girl Who Drank the Moon (2017 Newbery winner) and I just loved it. So I decided to work my way through the list of winners! So far Moon over Manifest is fascinating! Really enjoying it so far!

      The Mother Daughter Book Club is a light, fun read. I have enjoyed the series so far. The books are easy to read and I’m not in the ideal audience (since I’m not in middle school. Ha!) but I really enjoy them!

      You know, I’m hit and miss on TBRs. Sometimes I do them and sometimes I don’t. I’m usually pretty good at keeping to them. Where I will probably slip is in the books I hope to read. I always bite off more than I can chew 😉

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  4. Happy Birthday!

    This was a great month for you. I’ve read The Penderwicks, although it’s been a long time, but I remember enjoying it greatly.

    This month – well, I’m still reading Emma by Jane Austen (a re-read, but it’s been about ten years, so I’d forgotten how good it is!) I need to start a re-read of The Tall Woman by Wilma Dykeman for my book group which meets next Sunday! Better get on that! 😉

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    1. Thanks so much, Laila!

      I am excited to read The Penderwicks–I hear only good things! I haven’t read Emma since college but I want to reread it here in the next few years. I forget how good all of Austen’s novels are! Hope you enjoy your book club book! I’m always behind on book club reading. Haha 😉

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