everywhere in January

Where has the time gone, I feel like I blinked and it’s February, considering I’ve not been doing much it’s quite surreal. Luckily this has given me lots of time for reading which is good because one of my goals for 2021 was to try and get through a bit more of my backlog.

I started the month with a look back at the year before in everywhere in 2020, and then set out some of my TBR for the Popsugar Reading Challenge that I’m participating in this year, so far I have read one book towards it so I’ll have to up my game with that. I have also set my Goodreads challenge at 75 books and I seem to be on track so far, so I hope I can keep it up, here is what I read this month, clicking the covers will take you to the reviews…

An amazing but dark thriller with a brilliant main character and a magnificent storyline.


I needed some light escapism and this was the perfect remedy, lovely setting, wonderful characters and some surprises along the way.


A brilliant character driven book with a story that I found very relatable.


An imaginative YA sci-fi, full of action and a good mix of characters.


An intensely enjoyable YA thriller with a remote setting, complex character and some unexpected turns.


An amazing and gripping rollercoaster of a book, highly recommended.


I also had some great content for these books…

Some cool guest posts for Beneath Cornish Skies, The Heiress’s Pregnancy Surprise, His Unlikely Duchess and Reunited with Her Blue-Eyed Billionaire.

Excerpts from Circles of Deceit and Her Banished Knight’s Redemption.

An interview with Melissa Baldwin on the tour for Love and Ohana Drama as well as a spotlight on When the Children Come.

I have so many exciting things coming in February too.

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