Monthly TBR | Fresh Start February

Find out what I’ll be reading in the lovely month of February 

I don’t normally make TBR posts, but I’m trying to get into some sort of routine/schedule, so I thought a TBR list will help me to stay on track. I only managed to read one book in January and I really want to improve in February – that is why February is the month of fresh starts.

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 The Sky Between You and Me by Catherine Alene.

— I’m hoping to read this cute contemporary in the week leading up to Valentine’s Day; hopefully it will manage to make me swoon!

 I Am Malala by Malala Yousafzai.

— My mom was reading this book over the holidays and she’s finished with it now, so I can’t wait to read this truly inspirational story.

 The One Memory of Flora Banks by Emily Barr.

— This has been one of my most anticipated releases and something that I also want to read leading up to Valentine’s Day.

 Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire (Harry Potter #4) by J.K. Rowling.

— I’m continuing my Harry Potter reread and I’m super excited for this one. Goblet of Fire is probably my favourite Harry Potter book – so expect a rave review!

 Three Dark Crowns by Kendare Blake.

— This has been on my TBR for ages and it’s time to see where I fall on the love/hate scale towards this one.

I also received the Roald Dahl bookset from my Aunt when they came to visit in December, so I’m going to try and read one story from there each month. So this month’s book is The BFG. 

Have you read any of the books on my TBR? What did you think? What’s your most anticipated read for February?


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16 thoughts on “Monthly TBR | Fresh Start February

  1. Definitely excited to see your thoughts on Three Dark Crowns! I haven’t read my copy yet and it sounds so interesting but when the negative reviews flowed in a kind of got a little disheartened. Hopefully you enjoy it! 😁

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    1. I’ve also only read tons of negative reviews and I’m a bit skeptical, but it’s kinda become this things where I love books that everyone else seem to hate 🙈 We’ll just have to see how it turns out 🌸😊

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  2. I am Malala is a FANTASTIC book. It was so inspiring and I cannot recommend this book enough to women of all ages. Her story was really uplifting even after everything she’s been through – kind of like a phoenix rising from it’s ashes. I’m sure you’ll love it.

    Nihaad | Read & Seek

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    1. Thank you, Nihaad 🌸 Its been on my TBR since so November, so I’m definitely looking forward to reading it; especially because everyone just has good things to say about it 😊


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