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A Look Back At January…

The first month of the year flew by in a flash. Between my own #JarOfTBR and the #TBRPGathon mid-month, I really flew through a lot of good reading with all the extra motivation of new challenges for the new year. My new plan to pull a prompt any time I fulfill a prompt from the jar has worked out well.

One of my last books read this month was THE CHILD FINDER by Rene Denfeld and it was my favorite of the month too, though there were a few contenders!

A MARVELOUS LIGHT by Freya Marske

ARCHITECTS OF MEMORY by Karen Osborne – #DeepDarkReads

ATLAS ALONE by Emma Newman

BEYOND THE BLACK DOOR by A.M. Strickland

BLUEBIRD by Sharon Cameron

DANGEROUS REMEDY by Sharon Cameron

DRAGON HAVEN by Robin Hobb – #Elderlingalong

HOW SWEET IT IS by Dylan Newton

INSOMNIA by Stephen King

KNIGHT’S SHADOW by Sebastien de Castell

LORE OLYMPUS by Rachel Smythe

MIDLIFE BITES by Jen Mann

MIDNIGHT SPELLS MURDER by Mary Angela

MINDWANDERING by Moshe Bar (Hachette Go; 2/8/22)

MY FINE FELLOW by Jennieke Cohen (HarperTeen)

NANNY NEEDED by Georgina Cross – #SaturdayBookstaClub

PROSPER’S DEMON by K. J. Parker

RAMON AND JULIETA by Alana Albertson

SLAY by Brittney Morris

SOMEBODY’S HOME by Kaira Rouda

SONG OF A CAPTIVE BIRD by Jasmin Darznik

STALKING JACK THE RIPPER by Kerri Maniscalco

STARSIGHT by Brandon Sanderson

STAY WITH ME by Ayọ̀bámi Adébáyọ̀

THE ATLAS SIX by Olivie Blake

THE BOOK OF LOST NAMES by Kristin Harmel

THE BOOKWOMAN OF TROUBLESOME CREEK by Kim Michele Richardson

THE COLLECTIVE by Alison Gaylin – #SaturdayBookstaClub

THE GILDED CAGE by Lynette Noni

THE JUNGLE BOOK by Rudyard Kipling

THE KILLING MOON by N.K. Jemisin

THE LIKENESS by Tana French

THE OBSIDIAN TOWER by Melissa Caruso – #MagicMayhemReads

THE RIVIERA HOUSE by Natasha Lester (Forever Pub)

THE ROUGHEST DRAFT by Emily Wibberly (Berkley Pub)

THE SHADOW OF THE WIND by Carlos Ruiz Zafón – #ClassicsBuddyRead

WEATHER GIRL by Rachel Lynn Solomon (Berkley Pub)

YEAR OF THE REAPER by Makiia Lucier

YOU LOVE ME by Caroline Kepnes

What was your top read of the year so far?