January 2021 Wrap Up

I’m not sure if January felt like it took forever or if it went by quick. Maybe somewhere in between, I guess. Though I will say the last few days dragged a bit, but I think that’s because of the major cold front New England got. I’ve lived here my entire life and I hate the cold. You’d think I’d be used to it, especially since winters were way worse when I was a kid. Oh well.

So I had to wait to finish this post up because I did a book haul on the last day of the month. It came up on a whim to go to the bookstore, so… you know how it is. I pretty much knew what I wanted when I got there, but you also know how those things can change very quickly.

Books I Read
  1. Truly Devious | Goodreads | Bookshop
  2. The Vanishing Stair | Goodreads | Bookshop
  3. The Hand on the Wall | Goodreads | Bookshop
  4. The Invisible Library | Goodreads | Bookshop
  5. Snow White With the Red Hair, vol. 1 | Goodreads | Bookshop
  6. This Train is Being Held | Goodreads | Bookshop
  7. Snow White With the Red Hair, vol. 2 | Goodreads
  8. The Rembrandt Conspiracy | Goodreads | Bookshop
Books I DNF’d

American Sherlock: Murder, Forensics, and the Birth of American CSI

Books I Acquired
  • In the Hall With the Knife – Diana Peterfreund
  • In the Study With the Wrench – Diana Peterfreund
  • Snow White With the Red Hair, vol. 2 – Sorata Akiduki
  • Before the Coffee Gets Cold – Toshikazu Kawaguchi
  • Boarding School Juliet, vol. 2 – Yosuke Kaneda
  • The Dark Archive – Genevieve Cogman
  • Snow White With the Red Hair, vol. 3 – Sorata Akiduki
  • Snow White With the Red Hair, vol. 4 – Sorata Akiduki
  • The School for Good and Evil, books 1-4 – Soman Chainani
  • The Ex Talk – Rachel Lynn Solomon

What did your January look like for reading/hauls?

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One thought on “January 2021 Wrap Up

  1. Satabdi says:

    January seemed to go by too quickly for me. I read so much last year that I got burnt out. I’ve been trying to recover all this month! I read 3 books — Skyseed by Bill McGuire (speculative fiction about climate engineering), First Comes Like by Alisha Rai (romantic comedy) and Cheat Sheets for Life by Ayesha Ratnayake (self-help).

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