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January Wrap Up


I read quite a few books this month! A lot more than I thought I had. Did I get through my TBR? Let's get into this, shall we? 

First off, let's get the hard one out of the way. I did not read every book on my TBR. Yeah, I'm disappointed in myself. 


I did read all the books on my TBR but one. So that's really good for me! I'm going to take it as a win. Let's talk about the books I read. I'll point out which ones were on my TBR as we go. 

1) Clanlands (TBR)
I talked about this one in my mid-month check-in. I loved it! It's great! It's funny and teaches you things about Scotland. The authors play so well off each other. Fully recommend! Also, the TV drops Valentine's Day. I can't wait! 

2) A Deal with the Elf King 
This wasn't on my TBR but I saw it on Kindle Unlimited and it was compared to ACOTAR so I couldn't resist! I enjoyed this one! I've already written a review and it's coming tomorrow!

3) Something's Wrong With Us - (TBR)
I enjoyed this manga quite a bit. The review will be coming this month for sure! So check back for that.

4) Captive of Wolves 
I read this for my way overdue NetGalley selection. I've got LOTS of thoughts that I'll be sharing soon.

5) Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? (TBR)
I wrote a review for this just a few days ago. You can click HERE to read it. To me, it was a little sexist but after talking with Judy from Keep The Wisdom, I've been wondering if it was meant that way for irony. Let me know what you think if you read it.  

6) All-American Girl
As a child, I loved this novel but looking back now... it leans into one stereotype that isn't the best. The Spanish housekeeper... Except for that, it's a cute novel about seeing what's in front of you and being yourself.

Now, there are a few books that I didn't mention here because I talked about them in my Mid-Month Check-In. So if you want the whole story you can click HERE. Bottom line; I read all the books on my TBR but one. So, I've very proud of myself! Hopefully, I can keep this up and keep getting better. That's all from me for January. What did you read last month? 

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