January 31, 2019

shelfie: my january bookshelf

This year I set a goal for myself to read 50 books. I pledged it via the Goodreads Challenge, and I also created some printable inserts for my planner to keep track. Now, I'm sharing a rundown with you readers to keep myself honest (or something like that).

Quick note: There will be a few omissions this month and next. I am reading about half a dozen novels and novellas as a RITA judge for Romance Writers of America. As such, I'm not allowed to publicly share what books I have read as a judge. I'll include the page and book numbers in my totals while keeping the titles and authors a secret. Fortunately, with the temperatures dipping and the snow accumulation rising, I've had ample time to read otherwise this month.


Here's what I read in January:

Becoming by Michelle Obama

Carolina Moon by Nora Roberts

Revolutionary Road by Richard Yates

For Better or Worse, To Love and to Cherish and From This Day Forward by Lauren Layne

My Two Husbands by Amanda Askel


I'm also in the process of reading No Safe Place by Sherri Shackelford. I'll have to give you an update on that one in my next monthly reading recap.

How about you? What did you read in January?


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1 comment:

  1. Finished Lethal White (CD) - started in December though.
    Read London Belongs to Me; London, Can You Wait?; The Bucket List (CD); The Good Luck Charm; Nine Perfect Strangers; The Hate U Give; The Dream Daughter (CD); Dumplin'; Watching You; The Au Pair; Believe Me; When the Lights Go Out.
    I've started The Kiss Quotient (CD), One Day in December, and The Cottage on Rose Lane in January but will finish in February.

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