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JANUARY

JANUARY WRAP-UP

2021 is on the way, and I don’t really know how to feel about this year even after a month into it. January is over and I planned to start slow because I had a hard time with reading. I have been picking up some really emotional books and my mood was not in the best place when I picked them up. So I decided to not put pressure on myself and take it easy. I picked up 4, which seemed like a safe number to start with. I have a new all-time favorite, which also ironically happens to be an emotional read, but it was inspiring, beautiful, and uplifting at the same time. I have two books I enjoyed immensely and I am finally ready to tackle this year. It’s been a very busy month with kids going back to school and my schedule upside down again. Trying to figure out a routine that worked for me is proving to be quite a challenge.. But I am hopeful and I am positive I will be able to figure things out as I go. 

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1. The Last Migration By Charlotte McConaghy – ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐(Stars)

You can read the review of The Last Migration. CLICK HERE

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2. We Are All Birds Of Uganda By Hafsa Zayyan – ⭐⭐⭐⭐(4 – 4.5 Stars)

You can read the review of We Are All Birds Of Uganda . CLICK HERE

Buy We Are All Birds Of Uganda 

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3. Fragile Monsters By Catherine Menon – ⭐⭐⭐(Stars)

You can read the review of Fragile Monsters . CLICK HERE

Buy Fragile Monsters 

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4. The Blind Light By Stuart Evers – ⭐⭐(2 Stars)

You can read the review of The Blind Light . CLICK HERE

Buy The Blind Light 

I am hoping you all had a great start in this month. Have you made new reading goals? I have lowered my goals from last year, wanting to give myself some room for unexpected changes. Have you made progress in your goals? Let me know your plans for this year in the comment section down below. I would love to know your thoughts. I hope you guys also had a great month. I hope you were able to accomplish your reading goals. Let me know your favorites this month in the comment section down below..

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    Priscilla Bettis

    Good wrap up! I haven’t made any number-of-books goals for the year because I probably already spend too much time reading.:-) But I am trying to read more broadly. I am currently reading a novel in verse called Sharp Teeth by Toby Barlow, and a biography about Shirley Jackson called A Rather Haunted Life by Ruth Franklin. Both are different than my normal fare, and both are good.:-)

    • Fazila KP

      Fazila KP

      Thank you Priscilla!! It’s ok, even if you don’t have goals by numbers. I love that you are trying out new books. Isn’t it amazing to explore new books ad authors? I love when I get a new favorite. Loving the name of the new titles. I might check them out.

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