2021 · TBR

February TBR and reading plan 2021

Going good so far 🙂

So far 2021 has been ok. January has started the year off properly with a good chunk of books read and GoodReads saying I’m ahead of schedule by a book or so. I managed 8 books in January which is really good and I hope to continue this trend into February.

For the month of February I have a readathon going called Wayward-a-thon and its based on the first season of Supernatural the TV show. Most of what I will read will be on there though that is just a guide to what I might read. This TBR is a list of books I have to read this month and going into March.

I have a lot of ARCs on my shelf. January NetGalley was good to us. I do believe that a lot of books will come through NetGalley these first few months as all the delayed books are being pushed out. But maybe that just me being overly optimistic.

Let’s dive in!

The links will take you to their GoodReads page for each book. If the book doesn’t have a GoodReads page, the link will take you to their Amazon page. They are not affiliated links.

Witherward (Witherward #1) by Hannah Mathewson – A paranormal version of London where the city’s power is split between 6 houses of magic and we follow a female thief. That all I needed to know before I pressed the request button. But it also said its perfect for fans of V. E. Schwab, and its a mix of Six of Crows and The Prestige. Not overly excited about it, but I’m interested to read it soon. Publication date UK 16th February 2021.

Skyward Inn by Aliya Whiteley – This sounds like a slow cosy read set in space which is a type of book I didn’t think existed. Its set in an inn for the local slow life habitants. We follow the inn keeper and the cook who are both war veterans and the cook tell stories at dawn at the end of everyday. It’s said to be Jamaica Inn meets Ursula K LeGuinn which makes me very excited. Publication date UK 16th March 2021.

We Hunt the Flame (We Hunt The Flame #1) by Hafsah Faizal – I originally wanted to read this when it came out a few years ago but never got around to it. Now that the sequel is coming out the first book was put on NetGalley as well. BUT! I’ve learned from my own mistakes of requesting both first and second book only to not enjoy them and force my way through them. Even though I felt this is going to be a really good book I only requested the first book 🙂 Publication date UK 18th March 2021.

The Unbroken (Magic of the Lost #1) by C. L. Clark – This sounds amazing! Also the cover is so good! it’s science fiction fantasy, Queer and sounds epic. It has a rebellion and murder and intrigue 🙂 I’m excited! Publication date UK 25th March 2021.

Sorrowland by Rivers Solomon – I’ve loved all of Rivers Solomon writings so far and I’m very excited to see this on NetGalley. I know this will be hard to read but interesting and good too. Publication data UK 11th March 2021.

All the Tides of Fate (All the Stars and Teeth #2) by Adalyn Grace – I’m not too excited about it but I want to know what happens next so I’m reading it but I have low-ish expectations. Publication date UK 2nd February 2021.

Probably part of the Wayward-a-Thon

Probably part of the Wayward-a-Thon

The House of Spirits by Isabel Allende – Book club pick for this quarter 🙂 We decided to travel to Chile this time around. A nice lockdown “holiday” I hope 🙂

Have you read any of these? What did you think?

What’s on your February TBR?

Happy reading!

6 thoughts on “February TBR and reading plan 2021

    1. Haha! The Unbroken sounds so good so I don’t blame you. I look forward to your thoughts on it. It’s not on my priority list for this month considering its publication date. But I’ll hopefully read it soon-ish 🙂

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