January Wrap-Up

That’s it, the first month of 2022 has flown by! I have been fairly busy with work and skiing whenever I get the chance, but I have also read quite a lot, and some great books.

This year, I am embarking on two reading challenges, the Diversity Reading Challenge and the European Reading Challenge. I have been making a conscious effort to read more diversely and I have already ticked off a few books for these challenges.

Overall, this month I read 9 books; 5 physical, 3 eBooks and 1 audiobook:

Educated, by Tara Westover

The Right to be Cold, by Sheila Watt-Cloutier

City of Stairs, by Robert Jackson Bennnett

Women Talking, by Miriam Toews

Me, by Elton John

The Painting, by Alison Booth

Firekeeper’s Daughter, by Angeline Boulley

The Simple Wild, by K. A. Tucker

An Elephant in my Kitchen, by François Malby-Anthony

And I am currently reading She Who Became the Sun, by Shelley Parker-Chan.

I had a great month of reading, but my favourite book of the month was Me, by Elton John.

How many books did you read this month? Any new favourites?

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