I can’t remember if I made a December 2022 TBR list. I definitely didn’t for January 2023 and I had a good reading time last month. But I do want to make progress on my physical backlist, so I thought making a February 2023 TBR list would help keep me on track. February has a lot of ARC commitments for me, but I read most of them in January to keep my stress levels low. But I have a couple of March ARCs, too, so I’ll throw any early ones into the mix.
THE MAGICIAN’S DAUGHTER by H.G. Parry: This is an ARC, which hits stores on February 28 in the U.S. I love fantasy books from this publisher, so I’m excited to dig in soon. It’ll probably be my next priority read.
A COURT OF MIST AND FURY by Sarah J. Maas: This is a reread for me as part of a series buddy read. I’m excited to finally reread it as it’s my favorite in the series. I can’t wait to see Chris’s reaction to ACOMAF.
THE FOXGLOVE KING by Hannah Whitten: This is another ARC from Orbit from an author whose works I really enjoy. (Says the book blogger who hasn’t actually read the second book in the For the Wolf duology. But my point stands!) The synopsis gives me the impression it might be darker than FOR THE WOLF, and, if so, bring it on. This hits stores on March 7.
LEAVE THE WORLD BEHIND by Rumaan Alam: Look, a book from my physical backlist! This was gifted to me by a family member. I think it’s actually a decommissioned library copy. My focus for my backlist is to read books I know I’ll donate afterward. And this one is fairly short, so hopefully I’ll be able to get through it quickly. It looks like it’s a horror or mystery thriller, which I rarely, if ever, read. So it’ll be a departure from my usual genres.
And that’s it for my February 2023 TBR list! Anything else I fit in here will be a bonus. I’ll start with these and move on from there. What’s on your February 2023 TBR list? Do we share any of the same hopeful reads?