January 2019 TBR

It’s the beginning of a month and the holidays are now over! So, that means that it is finally time to start getting back into reading! We had a good few weeks off, but now we are ready to get back into business and back on our reading game. January is going to be a big month to kick off the year strong on our Goodreads Challenge so we of course plan on putting our best foot forward! Here is what we plan on reading for this first month of 2019:

To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before by Jenny Han

By Your Side by Kasie West

Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas

All We Have Is Now by Lisa Schroeder

An Absolutely Remarkable Thing by Hank Green

Basically, we wanted to start the year off right with some re-reads of books that we already know we love in order to get into the swing of things! Do you guys ever do this? Do you find it easier to get back into the reading mindset by reading something you know you will love and enjoy! Sometimes we think it helps a ton, especially if you pick the right book. But sometimes it can really slow you down if you’re just rereading something because you feel like you have to. What do you guys think? And, of course, what books will you be reading this month to start off your Goodreads Challenges? Let us know in the comments!

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4 thoughts on “January 2019 TBR

  1. I start my year with re-reading my favorites or thumbing through my favorite part of books from the year before. January is often dedicated to just that.
    It’s amazing how my views on things change in a year and I learn about myself by reflection

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  2. Love this list! I received a copy of AART for my birthday in December and have been itching to pick it up. I tend to reread old favorites when I’m in a slump and want to read something that I know I’ll enjoy, typically Ally Carter books or Harry Potter.

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    1. Thank you! We think it is full of some great reads to start off the year 🙂 You’ll have to tell us what you think of AART when you read it! Yes, that seems to be the consensus: if you’re in a slump, read something you know you’ll like. We think that’s definitely a solid strategy. We would normally read Harry Potter or Fangirl if we were in a slump. Those books always seem to cheer us up!

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