Farewell January 2018 Week 5 Reading Plans

 

 

 

January is coming to a close. It was quite the month, with lots of scary appointments. Also, it was a lot of library adventures, so it evens out pretty nicely. Here are my reading plans for week 5 of January, 2018.

POP SUGAR reading challenge

The Next Book in a Series You Started

Queen of Shadows by Sarah J. Maas is what I managed to hunt down at the library today. I am very excited about it! Yours truly was thrilled to find Empire of Storms while walking down those beautiful library halls/aisle things. AND, I have Assassin’s Blade, too, from the library.

A Book with Alliteration in the Title

Dark Days Club by Alison Goodman is a book I set aside many times for a fun read. But, I keep getting distracted. I’m hoping to give it a shot, poor book. It is definitely something I am into. Here’s hoping I get to it this week. It’s about a Victorian era setting where a girl is killing off demons. Something along the Falconer lines, is what I have gathered.

A Book Set on a Different Planet

These Broken Stars by Amie Kaufman and Megan Spooner is the only one that I have (unread) that fits this prompt. While I am unsure of the specifics of the story, I do know that it is a space-type of story. Close enough, right?

And finally:

I have Wicked Lovely by Melissa Marr from the library too.

Furthermore

I may squeeze in a steampunk novel. Currently, I am torn between Soulless by Gail Carriger and/or Rebel Mechanics by Shanna Swendson

Things are kind of rough these days, so I am hoping to use reading as a coping mechanism. Here’s hoping I can manage my mental health as we ease into February.

Many hugs and well wishes.

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2 thoughts on “Farewell January 2018 Week 5 Reading Plans”

  1. Hope February is good for you! It’s always nice to find a nice fat fantasy novel- glad to hear you found some good stuff at the library. 🙂 These Broken Stars doesn’t sound bad- hope that’s good too.

    1. Thanks, Greg. Yeah, I am in need of taking a break from the library because it does bad things to my anxiety. Still, it was nice to read some nice books (and cross off some books I was curious about). Ah, I need to read a fat fantasy book. Or, like, many of them. There’s tons of them on my TBR shelves (oh yeah. It’s plural).

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