Hello again! I took a break from the blog for a bit to brainstorm and refocus its direction, but I’m ready to dive back in! Each month, I’ll post a list of the books I aspire to read for that month, and I invite everyone to chime in with your own reading lists and add your blog links below!
Let’s dive right into my “To Be Read” list for February 2020:
- The Night Country by Melissa Albert
I’m IN LOVE with Melissa Albert’s Hazel Wood novels, as you could probably tell from one of my previous posts. I just started reading this sequel to The Hazel Wood, and I’m already loving being back with Alice as she continues to reconcile her fairy tale blood with the human world. I’m so excited to see what goodies will be inspired by this fun read!
2. The Nest by Cynthia D’Aprix Sweeney
I picked up this one in the Atlanta airport, and my flight anxiety kept me from reading it on my plane (womp womp). This novel follows the drama between adult siblings when they’re left a shared inheritance, so the entertainment value here should be pretty high.
3. The Muse by Jessie Burton
I’m such a sucker for historical fiction. I also love me a good art museum, so this novel seemed like a natural fit. The premise of this one is a single painting bridges the gap between two women living in different time periods–1967 England and 1936 Spain. I’m sold. Also, I truly loved Jessie Burton’s first novel, The Miniaturist, so I have high hopes for this one!
Let’s hope I can get through all of these this month! I’d love to hear about your reading plans for Feb. 2020 as well. Join the party by leaving your reading list in the comments and adding your own TBR link below!
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2 thoughts on “February 2020 TBR Linkup!”
You win for prettiest Feb TBR book covers! I had heard so much hype before reading The Next, and then it didn’t quite live up for me. Would love to hear what you think when you get to it 🙂
Haha, thanks! There’s certainly a trend in cover art lately. I’ll let you know how The Nest goes for me! 🙂