Today I’m bringing you my TBR list for February! To be completely honest with you guys, I haven’t read a lot lately. I only read 4 books in January (which is way lower than my usual months and I’ll be talking about it on my Wrap Up post coming soon), so I hope in February I’ll pick up more books!
This month I’ll be spinning my TBR Wheel again, and I’m going to pick 5 books to read in the month of February. Here’s the wheel:
All the prompts are pretty basic, but they make sense to me and my reading habits. In case you’re wondering, I’m using the “Spin the Wheel” application for Android. Also, if you have any suggestions for prompts, let me know in the comments!
I’m going to spin the wheel now! Here are the results from the 5 spins:
Overall, I’m happy with this month’s prompts! The “Standalone“, “Fantasy” and “Old on TBR” are definitely going to be good ones. So here are the books I came up for all the prompts:
- The Hunting Party by Lucy Foley (“Thriller” prompt)
This was an easy prompt because I have a lot of thrillers to read! I only read one book from Lucy Foley before, so I kind of know what to expect. Hope this is good!
- House of Salt and Sorrow by Erin A. Craig (“Old on TBR” prompt)
This has been on my shelf for a while, and I hope I’ll get to it this month. I’m really enjoying sea/pirate/fantasy books, so I hope this hits the spot for me!
- Sapphique (Incarceron #2) by Catherine Fisher (“YA Book” prompt)
I NEED to finish this duology! I was actually enjoying this, but I never picked it up again… hopefully I’ll finish it in February.
- Disclaimer by Renée Knight (“Standalone” prompt)
I don’t know a lot about this book, but I heard it’s really good! It was borrowed by a friend, and I hope it’s just as good as everyone says.
- Heir of Blood and Secrets by Linda Xia (“Fantasy” prompt)
This book was offered to me by the author – so thank you so much Linda Xia! I’m very grateful and I’m excited to read it… so let’s see what it’s all about!
And there you have it: my TBR list for February. Let me know if you read any of these or if you have any TBR Games you play! Also, if you have more ideas for prompts, let me know 🙂
Thank you for reading, have a great day!