Sunday, 31 January 2016 / 3 Comments

Monthly Round Up - January

This is something I've decided to do this year, to keep track of what I've read along the way, and to encourage me to blog more often. It'll also allow me to link to the reviews I do on Reading Lark. I'm sure someone can lay claim to the idea of a monthly round up, if so all credit to them!

Books read:

Reviews published on Nicole Has Read...:

Thicker Than Water - Brigid Kemmerer

Truthwitch - Susan Dennard

Who's Afraid? - Maria Lewis - also features author guest post and giveaway

Night Study - Maria V. Snyder

The Bureau of Time - Brett Michael Orr

Reviews published on Reading Lark:

Lady Helen and the Dark Days Club - Allison Goodman

The Winner's Curse - Marie Rutkowski

Cinder - Marissa Meyer

Non-review posts:

Shiny the Dragon - by J.

Just Boring - by J.

Coming up:

I won't read quite as much in February, it's a busy month with house guests and other things going on. It's also my birthday month!

There will be a giveaway in a week or so. It's a big one, so keep an eye out!


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  1. Wow lady you read a LOTTTTT in January. Go you omg. And you wrote 8 reviews? *Bows down* that is so amazing!
    I'm still waiting for my copy of Truthwitch to arrive and I can't wait to dive into it. I see you read Cinder and Scarlet - does that mean Cress and Winter are to follow for Feb? :D It's such a fun series!
    I don't think monthly wrap-ups really need to be credited, everybody just does it haha. And I agree it's a great way to keep track of reading but also ties everything up nicely.

    1. I was surprised by the 8 reviews, I didn't realise I'd done so much! There were more I should have done.

      Cress and Winter are still on the TBR. Once I've read Ten Thousand Skies and Firstlife I'm hoping to get to them.

      Thanks for stopping by x

  2. Ahh, you've read so many books that I really want to read, haha, so jealous! So glad to see you're reading the Lunar Chronicles, they're my favourite re-tellings of all time! Great reading month for you!


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