Now that I have new expectations for my February reading, it's time to think about what I might read. This is kind of a struggle. I have way too many to choose from. This is a good problem, but since I haven't thought about reading much in the way of adult books, I don't even have a ghost of a plan. The other problem is that I still have to read 12 books to be on track for my numbers goal. YA books read faster than adult books. That number is less frightening when I know the books will have bigger print and more white space on a page.
Educated by Tara Westover - I'm still going to read the book club book.
By the Book: A Reader's Guide to Life by Ramona Koval - This one was already on my list for this week, so I'm gonna go ahead and read it. I've already started it, in fact.
The Starless Sea by Erin Morgenstern - Maybe I can finally finish this one! If I'm not dividing my attention between three or four different books, and not stressing out about what I'm supposed to be reading, I can finally get it done!
The Flatshare by Beth O'Leary - This one is small so maybe it'll be a quick read. Pus, it's a romance which tend to read pretty quickly also. This was on the top of several people's favorites of 2019 lists. Sounds like a winner on several levels.
Horimiya 5 by Hero - Can't hurt to read one more in this series, right?
The Mockingbird Next Door: Life With Harper Lee by Marja Mills - I started this a couple of months ago, but didn't get very far. This book has been on my TBR since 2014. I'd like to move some of those old books on this year
Happy @ Work: 60 Ways to Stay Engaged and be Successful by Jim Donovan - This might be a good thing to read right now. It's getting more and more difficult to stay engaged at work.
Hot Dudes Reading by Hot Dudes Reading - HDR is an instagram account that posts pictures of hot guys in public places reading books. Then they add truly hilarious and suggestive comments. I got this for Christmas and I think it will be a quick read, with mostly pictures.
Things to Do When You're Goth in the Country & Other Stories by Chavisa Woods - I'm pretty excited about this one. I can relate to the concept in the title, so I'm hoping the other stories are equally spot on.
Ok. That's only 9, but I just remembered I have already read 3 books this month! Go Me!