January 2017 TBR

I cannot believe that 2016 is officially over! I welcome 2017 and hope for a marvelous year though. I’m sure this year will fly by just as fast as 2016 did, so I can at least hope to get in some good reading time!

I’m excited to share with you all what I plan on reading in the month of January. In order to reach my Pages Read Challenge goal of 24,000 pages, I’m going to plan on reading at least 2,000 every month. Of course, I need to plan books that will help me meet my other challenge goals as well. 

It was REALLY REALLY hard to choose books for my TBR this month because I have recently bought so many awesome books! Thanks to Christmas, etc.

So here goes!

[The Nearness of You by Amanda Eyre Ward]

(240 pages)


[The Secrets of Second Wives by Kerry Fisher]

(312 pages)


[Addicted to You by Krista and Becca Ritchie]

(324 pages)


[Fallen too Far by Abbi Glines]

(300 pages)

Fallen too Far

[Bad Little Girl by Frances Vick]

(337 pages)

Bad Little Girl.jpg

[The Selection by Kiera Cass]

(336 pages)


[Heat Wave by Karina Halle]

(307 pages)


Total of 2,156 pages

*not in the order I plan to read them*

I really hope I can read all of these and then some in the month of January. I have 6 days off for my birthday in the beginning of January and a few other days here and there. And this is what I’ll be reading in my down time!

What will you be reading for the first month of the new year?



25 thoughts on “January 2017 TBR

  1. I haven’t even thought about what I am going to be reading in January. I know I need to read 4 books that were/are part of blog tours that too part in or that are coming up really soon . Three of those are books I am having to catch up on.

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    1. I think the first month I did it was in September. I don’t always follow it exactly. But it helps me stay on track if that makes sense. I seem to read fast with a TBR than when I didn’t make one. I think I’ve only finish my TBR for 1 month, but that doesn’t bother me too much. I just use it as an outline so to speak.


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