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February 2022 TBR

Hello bookworms!! Welcome to the February 2022 TBR post.


You know… sticking to my January TBR wasn’t quite as awful as I thought it would be. I did have to switch it up a bit when I added in the Pondathon, and I definitely won’t hit ONE of the books, but I think I will squeeze my second last one in just before we start February.


But, we’re in a pretty good stead to continue ticking off books for the rest of 2022. Which is SUPER nice!! If you would like to see my TBR, this is the VERY long list for 2022.


So, let’s look at the books that I plan to read in February!!

February 2022 TBR

challenge books

So, we’ve gotten the Pondathon sidequest for February (read a book by a Black author for Black History Month), I’ve rolled the dice for Bookopoly, and I’ve run the RNG for the rest. I did manage to roll doubles on my very first roll, so I have 3 Bookopoly picks. And I needed a third for the Pondathon side quest, so there’s an extra. Plus i joined a book club… February might be a touch tricky, but I think (hope) I will manage.

Year / Series
Don’t Hate the Player Alexis Nedd 2021

Review Book


Pondathon II

Don't Hate the Player by Alexis Nedd
Midnight Sun Stephenie Meyer



Twilight #5

Friend’s pick

Midnight Sun by Stephenie Meyer
The Wicker King K. Ancrum 2017



Pondathon II

The Wicker King by K. Ancrum
Songs About a Girl Chris Russell



Songs About a Girl #1

RNG standalone*

Songs About a Girl by Chris Russell
Ever the Hunted Erin Summerill



Clash of Kingdoms #1

RNG series

Ever the Hunted by Erin Summerill
Ever the Brave Erin Summerill



Clash of Kingdoms #2

RNG series

Ever the Brave by Erin Summerill
Once a King Erin Summerill



Clash of Kingdoms #3

RNG series

Once A King by Erin Summerill
Amari and the Night Brothers** B. B. Alston



Supernatural Investigations #1

Pondathon II

Amari and the Night Brothers by B. B. Alston
Only a Monster Vanessa Len



Monsters #1

The YA Room book pick

Only a Monster by Vanessa Len

* I only have the first book in this series, and I understand that you can read it as a standalone, so that’s why it’s in this list.


** The whole TBR might be a bit too fantasy heavy, especially after I try and squeeze the last couple of January books in. I reserve the right to switch this for a Talia Hibbert romance if I want to lighten up the load!!

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What are you planning to read in February?

until next time, happy reading! Meeghan xo


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