Last month: December 2015 | This month: January 2016
In Tracking my TBR, I look back on the prior month’s TBR progress — which books did I read? which books did I skip? — and feature the upcoming month’s TBR “grab-bag” (my version of a semi-scheduled TBR pile).
🎉 Happy New Year!!! 🎊
Okay, yes, I know it’s been 2016 for a couple days now, and this post is a little late, but I was on vacation, okay?! And one of my resolutions this year is to not stress about posting things when I “have” to, but when I want to. Thus the slightly “late” Tracking My TBR post. You don’t mind, do you? I didn’t think so. 😉
Seriously though, I really can’t believe it’s 2016. I’m actually very glad to say goodbye to 2015 — it wasn’t awful, but it wasn’t great for me either, so I’m really excited to start fresh this year. And that means starting fresh with a new TBR pile! But first, I’ll recap the books I read last month, my final reads of 2015…
Re-reads: Mistborn: The Final Empire, The Well of Ascension, The Hero of Ages, The Alloy of Law
New Reads: Shadows for Silence in the Forests of Hell, Their Fractured Light, First & Then, This Savage Song, Don’t Touch, Riders, Rebel of the Sands, The Radiant Road
Marked as DNF: Starflight, The Impostor Queen
Soooooo I guess my assumption that I wouldn’t read very much last month was a little off… 😁 I re-read four books, read one novella (Shadows for Silence), and read seven other full-length books! I took time off from blogging in the last couple weeks of December, but I’ll be trying to catch up on reviews for a few of these as soon as I can this month.
I adored Their Fractured Light (perfect ending to that series, omg). First & Then was pretty good (fun, light, short). This Savage Song was CRAZY AMAZING I CAN’T EVEN DEAL. Don’t Touch was a Christmas present and a spur-of-the-moment mood-read, which ended up being enjoyable but not amazing. Riders was overall very good, but it had some rough sections for me. Rebel of the Sands was SUPER fun (preorder this if you haven’t yet, it’s worth it). And my last read of 2015, The Radiant Road, was absolutely stunning. Lyrical and gorgeous and magic. It was wonderful.