My January TBR

It is a new month and a new year and I’m starting things off ambitious… again! I am once again participating in a few reading challenges for the year and my Jar of TBR is back! February planning will commence soon no doubt, so keep an eye on my Insta stories for that. I’m also making a point for 2022 of trying to keep reading the MANY in progress series I have going on so will be trying to get those into my TBRs where I can!


ARCHITECTS OF MEMORY by Karen Osborne – #DeepDarkReads

DRAGON HAVEN by Robin Hobb – #Elderlingalong

INSOMNIA by Stephen King

MY FINE FELLOW by Jennieke Cohen (HarperTeen; 1/11/22) – #LetsTalkBooks

NANNY NEEDED by Georgina Cross – #SaturdayBookstaClub

STARSIGHT by Brandon Sanderson

THE ATLAS SIX by Olivie Blake

THE COLLECTIVE by Alison Gaylin – #SaturdayBookstaClub

THE GILDED CAGE by Lynette Noni

THE KILLING MOON by N.K. Jemisin – #BusyBeeBookclub

THE OBSIDIAN TOWER by Melissa Caruso – #MagicMayhemReads

THE ROUGHEST DRAFT by Emily Wibberly (Berkley Pub; 1/25/22)

The Jar of TBR Picks…


*HOW SWEET IT IS by Dylan Newton – a book related to fauna

*MINDWANDERING by Moshe Bar (Hachette Go; 2/8/22) – a book related to psychology, neuroscience or the mind

*THE LIKENESS by Tana French – a book related to glass

*THE SHADOW OF THE WIND by Carlos Ruiz Zafón – #ClassicsBuddyRead – 3 books set on three different continents

*WEATHER GIRL by Rachel Lynn Solomon (Berkley Pub; 1/11/22) – a book published in 2022


*BLUEBIRD by Sharon Cameron – a book with a reflected image on the cover or “mirror” in the title

*PROSPER’S DEMON by K. J. Parker – a book you can read in one sitting

*SONG OF A CAPTIVE BIRD by Jasmin Darznik – two books set in twin towns, aka “sister cities”


*THE BOOK OF LOST NAMES by Kristin Harmel – a 5-syllable title

What are you looking forward to reading in the first month of 2022? See any on my list that you’ve read or want to? I’d love to hear!