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My February TBR

Even though January felt like a lifetime, in a few days, the first month of the year will be over. I’ll be posting my January Wrap-Up soon but, for now, I thought I’d let you know what books I’ll be reading next month.

February is – I’d say – the month of love and I think my TBR is going to reflect this (in part). So, let’s get into it!

This Changes Everything by Helen McGinn

This one will be my first read of the month – and my third Blog Tour post – and I’m looking forward to it.

This is McGinn’s debut novel so I don’t have anything to compare this to. Saying that, I love the sound of this novel – old loves, family and adventures in Rome sounds very dreamy indeed – and I could definitely do with the escapism!

An image of the This Changes Everything cover © Boldwood Books

You can find out more about this book here.

You can pre-order this book here.

Good Eggs by Rebecca Hardiman

After seeing this on the publisher’s Twitter page, I knew I had to get my hands on it. Luckily for me, they had a spare advanced copy and I will definitely be reading this one (hopefully) in time for its publication.

This is Hardiman’s debut novel so I don’t have anything to compare it to. Saying that, I love the sound of this novel – fun, family and all kinds of dysfunction – and it’ll no doubt have me reminiscing about a girl’s trip to Dublin I am desperate to relive (as soon as I can!).

An image of the Good Eggs cover © Allen & Unwin Fiction

You can find out more about this book here.

You can pre-order this book here.

Dragonfly Girl by Marti Leimbach

This is my last Blog Tour post (and book) for the month and I’m interested in this one for sure.

This is Leimbach’s debut YA novel but, having not read her books before, I don’t have any means of comparison. Saying that, I love the sound of this one – full of experiments, science and dark forces – and I’m interested to explore a genre (and subject) I haven’t read much about.

An image of the Dragonfly Girl © Harper Collins Books (Katherine Tegen Books)

You can find out more about this book here.

You can buy this book here.

The Dog Share by Fiona Gibson

This is a NetGalley read which I’m pretty sure I requested a while back but – because of my blatant disorganisation and my inability to say no to reading books prior to publication – I haven’t got round to reading it yet.

I haven’t read any of Gibson’s books, so I don’t have anything to compare this to, but I really like the sound of this one – all about friendships, second chances and a dog who might just change everything.

An image of the The Dog Share cover © Avon Books U.K.

You can find out more about this book here.

You can pre-order this book here.

A Child of My Own by Vanessa Carnevale

This is my first Blog Tour post (and book) for March and I’m interested to read this one.

I’ve not read any of Carnevale’s books, so I don’t have anything to compare this to, but I was gripped by the premise – motherhood, loss and friendship.

An image of the A Child of My Own cover © Bookouture

You can find out more about this book here.

You can pre-order this book here.

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So that’s it, my February TBR! I wrote this post (in part) to remind myself of the books I need to read next month (and hold myself accountable if I don’t!) but also because I love reading posts like this. I don’t usually plan my TBR each month but – very out of character – I decided to…even if it’s just a way to reduce the ARCs on my NetGalley shelf!

What are your TBRs for February? Do you usually plan what books you read each month? Let’s chat in the comments 😊.

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8 thoughts on “My February TBR

  1. I don’t usually think of month TBR list. However, I know some I want to read in February.

    House of Man Ways- started in January, but didn’t finish it yet

    To Kill a Mockingbird

    The Yellow Lighted Bookshop

    Just what I know for now

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