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February 2022 TBR: progress instead of plan!

Hey y’all! Since February is 75% complete, I figured I could make this a progress TBR instead of an aspirational TBR. ๐Ÿ˜‚ So here’s what I’d had on my list for the month, and where I’m at with them!

In progress / to read!

Two nonfiction titles here, and two novels. Dear Dana is about a woman who hand writes a letter to her 500+ Facebook friends, and I love letter writing! So I’ve been enjoying this one for the most part so far, though it’s starting to get a little repetetive. Around the World in 80 Plants is the kind of book I like to dip into rathen than read straight through, so I’ve been reading it in sections at a time for around a month

I’ve been waiting for Peach Blossom Spring for a while since I saw it as an arc! I got an early copy through Book of the Month, which is nice. And I recently plowed through the first two books in the City of Brass series, and am now starting the third. If I finish all three books in February, that’s a minimum of like 1500 pages just from them. xD


As I mentioned, I plowed through both City of Brass and Kingdom of Copper this month! Probably pretty clear that I loved them, right? ๐Ÿ™‚ On the other hand, 30 Things I Love About Myself was kind of a let down, and Scorpica was almost good but ended so poorly that it kind of ruined it all for me (more in my review of it here). How to be Interesting was a random nonfiction pick that I now forget the origin of; I think I saw it mentioned in an article I read, or another piece somewhere, and I checked it out from the library. It was a quick read, so why not? Definitely a lot of appealing covers this month, though! ๐Ÿฅฐ


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