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January ’23 TBR & What’s Coming Up this Month

Look at me, already breaking my resolutions 😅

Nah, seriously though I am breaking away from To Be Read lists because they’ve started to feel oppressive. That said, I have to read a certain number of full books for the SPSFC this month. I’ve also got my books lined up for the Keymark Readathon because I can’t resist a good competition and challenge.  Hopefully next month and beyond I’ll be able to read more freely, but let’s look at the books I’ve got lined up!

Read-a-Thon TBR

A graphic for a discord readathon

Thankfully I was able to plug in books I planned to read anyway.

  1. The Rush’s Echo by Ginger Smith is an ARC that I’ve had for too long – up first!
  2. Before They Are Hanged by Joe Abercrombie – yes I’m going to binge this series.
  3. The Empyrean by Katherine Franklin – **an SPSFC read**
  4. The Stars Within by Alex Arch – indie novella that comes highly recommended
  5. Earthship by John Triptych – **an SPSFC read**
There are three more SPSFC reads besides the indicated two that I *have* to read this month. Those are:
  1. The Diamond Device by M.H. Thaung
  2. Empire Reborn by A.K. Duboff
  3. Inquisitor by Mitchell Hogan 

Seven books and one novella should be doable for me.

The SPSFC Reading Team for At Boundary's Edge

Book Tours & Sunday Brunch:

I’ve got Luke Tarzian featuring regarding my birthday book, A Cup of Tea At the Mouth of Hell! Super excited for that interview through Escapist Book Tours.

Other ARCs:

The last ARC I have is The Last Orphan by Gregg Andrew Hurwitz. I love Orphan X and am always honored to grab one of the ARCs. It’s not out til valentine’s day so I’ll read it once I finish the others.

Lastly:

I don’t have any articles planned (as of yet) but I do have three reviews that I never got to at the end of 2022.  So at some point expect features on Fairytale by Stephen King, some random thoughts on Bukowski and Dirty Old Man, and, I don’t know what I want to say about Road Trip Elegies: Montreal to New York yet but it was a profound listening experience. 

Do you all have anything fun planned for January?

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