February 2023 TBR
Well, it was fun while it lasted, but I don't think the Deck of TBR Game is the way to go for this month's TBR. I went rogue in January, and I think I might still be feeling like reading at Whim. This might be an exercise in futility, making a TBR. Let's think of it as a List of Possibilities.
A Day of Fallen Night by Samantha Shannon - I have an ARC of this one and it comes out on February 28. I originally talked about reading the first one in the series, but the author says it's not necessary. This is a prequel, so there you go. It is, however, almost 900 pages long. I've done the math. If I read 4% of this book per day I can finish on time. That equals about 31 pages. We'll see how that goes.
Chaos Theory by Nic Stone - This also gets published on February 28. It's less than 300 pages. It's YA. I don't think it will take too long to read.
OK. Now for books I don't have to write reviews for. I only read one of my 50 by 50 books in January, so I've got to get crackin' on that.
Shades of Milk and Honey by Mary Robinette Kowal - This is what I meant to read in January and didn't, so I'm just going to slide it over here to February. Regency romance with magic.
Roses by Leila Meacham - I feel like I really should be getting through some of the longer books on my 50 by 50 list. So I'll add this one. It clocks in at just over 600 pages. This is an epic family saga set in Texas throughout the 20th century.
Bunny Mellon: The Life of an American Style Legend by Meryl Gordon - I have had this for years. I just keep admiring it on my shelf. It looks much bigger than its 528 pages.
Every time I walk past my shelves I see a different book I want to read immediately, so who knows what I'll end up reading. Hopefully something to reach my gols!