My January Review List

Happy New Year (and Happy Birthday to me – couldn’t resist!)

In 2017 I’m looking forward to reading a whole array of brilliant-sounding books (and I hope they live up to expectations)!

As much as I’d love to just pick a book from my bookshelf (or Kindle) at random because I fancy it at that time, I have a whole load of books that, for whatever reason (usually review deadlines etc), I prioritise each month. I do try to keep track of them all, and I’ve been really bad in the past at accepting too many book reviews or getting click-happy on Netgalley and ending up massively behind on posting my reviews because, though I love reading, sometimes life – including my job and actually seeing other people! – gets in the way.

So, here are my ‘to read’ books for January. Some I’ve already read so the reviews will be live on my blog in January (if you want to see what I thought now though, then check out my Goodreads here) but some are still to be read, so we’ll see if I manage them all!

Little Deaths – Emma Flint

The Beautiful Dead – Belinda Bauer

Watch Her Disappear – Eva Dolan

Kill the Father – Dazieri, Sandrone

The One – Marrs, John

The Fifth Letter – Nicola Moriarty

Behind Her Eyes – Sarah Pinborough

Good Me, Bad Me – Ali Land

The Book of Mirrors – E.O. Chirovici

The Girl Before – J P Delaney

What are you planning on reading / reviewing in the month of January?

 

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28 thoughts on “My January Review List

  1. Emma says:

    I have Good Me Bad Me to read and want to read the Belinda Bauer. Some great books on your list. And totally appreciate what you are saying re: work getting in the way of reviews. Happens to me all the time.

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  2. nickimags says:

    Happy New Year and very belated Happy Birthday Snap, I’m also a New Year baby!!
    I’ve and really enjoyed The Beautiful Dead, The Girl Before and Good Me Bad Me.
    I have The Fifth Letter, The One and Watch Her Disappear on my tbr 🙂

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