Saturday, January 17, 2015

Reading Plan: January 2015


So, as you may remember, I have a goal of reading 26 books this year. I've got about two weeks left in January to finish two of the books I'm currently reading. I've finished one, but I know that I have it in me to finish two more.

I actually started a lot of books last year, but got sidetracked when I was trying to be part of Blog Tours. Sadly, I'm not that great at reading two things at once, especially if I'm not overly fond of what I'm reading (I like to finish books that I read). Another plan I have this year is to finish many of the books I started LAST year.

Without further ado, here is my current reading plan:

January

I've Never Been to Vegas...But My Luggage Has! By Mandy Hale 

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I finished this book a couple weeks ago, and read it really quickly. Mandy Hale is funny, fashionable, and has a lot of great advice for single chicks, with a strong, Biblical foundation. I've been reading her blog, The Single Woman for a few months now, and absolutely love it. 

Sense and Sensibility by Jane Austen

I started the Jane Austen Book Club a few months ago, but then things got super nuts. I love this story, and can't wait to share my thoughts in Book Club format, and I hope you'll join me in the discussion when I share my thoughts in February. 

Once Upon a Winter's Night by Dennis L. McKiernan


The Polar Bear King is one of my favorite fairy tales, and here it's reimagined in an epic tale of curses and true love. I borrowed this book from my sister because I'm working on a fairy tale myself. I don't read many fantasy novels, which I don't know why. I love the genre. I'm 99.9% sure I'm a Disney Princess. Jane (my Cat) doesn't directly talk TO me, but I totally get it. We chat. I can totally read animals' minds. 

This is my January Plan for reading.
  • What's on your reading list this month?

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