The Books I Want to Read in January

Everyone on my internet is sharing their TBRs for the month and I figured I’d go ahead and do the same. I don’t really like to plan my reading because I’m fickle with my nightstand and poor at follow through but I can tell you that my immediate goal is simply to finish reading the books I have already started.

I’ve been reading I Love You So Mochi by Sarah Kuhn and The Little Beach Street Bakery by Jenny Colgan for varying degrees of a long time and I would be pretty disappointed in myself if I didn’t finish both before February. I’m about halfway through both so the odds seem to be in my favor. Both books seem to be struggling to hold my full attention but are good enough that I’d like to finish them.

I’d also love to finish listening to Becoming by Michelle Obama on Audible but I am very haphazard with audiobooks so I won’t be surprised if that takes longer despite it being extraordinary so far.

If I finish those, the next books on my tentative pile include Always Never Yours by Emily Wibberley, Waiting for Tom Hanks by Kerry Winfrey, and Things You Save in a Fire by Katherine Center.

I am also looking forward to reading Rilla of Ingleside by L.M. Montgomery and The Ten Thousand Doors of January by Alex E. Harrow on my Kindle soon.

Again all of this is subject to so much change. Don’t be surprised to see completely different titles on my next reading recap. But these are the books currently vying for my attention.

What books are you planning to read this month? Which of these books do you think I should read next?

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