With a huge haul of books from Christmas and a bunch of books back in Montreal, I have a huge TBR. Instead of just jumping in I’m going to plan my month as much as possible. I know that I’ll have more time this month than February or March, so I’m going to tackle bigger books now.
- London by Edward Rutherford
I’m currently reading this, so hopefully I’ll crack a big chunk of it on the plane back to Montreal and within the first week of class.
- Strange the Dreamer by Laini Taylor
I haven’t read any Laini Taylor, but my roommate read Daughter of Smoke and Bone, which she highly recommends. There is also a sequel on the way I think, and I want to be ready for that. To be honest, most of my book purchases are ones that have been highly raved about on bookstagram, and Strange the Dreamer was one of the most posted about (also the cover is very eye catching!).
- All the Crooked Saints by Maggie Stiefvater
Can I just say that I love Maggie? In every regard. Her blog posts and Facebook posts give me so much life. I have loved every book she has written so far (or nearly every book) and I’m sure that this will be nothing less than awesome. I also love the inclusion of lesser known mystical/supernatural elements. It’ll be cool to see how miracles are incorporated and their cost.
Bring on the bad-ass female assassins. I remember a friend asking if I had read Nevernight a long time ago, but I had thought it was a different book and was like yeah totally! Unfortunately, I lied (not on purpose of course) and I’m glad I’m finally getting the chance to read it now.
- (If I get this far) Song of Achilles by Madeline Miller
I know that I’ll love this book so it shouldn’t take me too long to get through it. And if I’m getting stuck on another book I’ll sub this one in. I can’t wait to read it (my GAY sons are already the love of my life).
So anyways, these are my reading plans! Let me know yours in the comments! I’d love to hear your plans for this month. See you tomorrow ducks!