My February 2023 TBR

January seemed to drag by this year, so I am kind of glad to see it ending. February is such a short month that I am hoping it will fly by quickly and we can get closer to spring. It has been a very cold, wet and dreary winter and I am looking forward to hopefully some sunshine, or at the least a warm, wet and dreary season.

It is time to look into the future and decide what I am going to read, at least in part this month. I did well with my January TBR, only missing one, and that was because my hold didn’t come through at the library. Hopefully I will get my hands on it soon.

Let’s start with the ARCs that I need to read that will be published in March.

ARC’s I need to read this month

Antimatter Blues is the next book in the Mickey 7 series and I am really looking forward to it. I like the character of Mickey and found the first book to be quite philosophical on what it means to be human.

The Sinister Booksellers of Bath is also a second book in a series. I really enjoyed The Left -handed Booksellers of London and was excited to see that there finally is a sequel. It has been so long since the first book that I will be rereading it before tackling this one.

A House with Good Bones caught my eye with that interesting cover. Then the summary more or less hooked me and I knew I had to read it.

I love Marie Lu’s work and was excited that I was approved for Stars and Smoke. It is a different genre than she usually writes, but I am sure it will be wonderful.

What else am I planning on reading?

Frozen Detective is a book I picked up on a whim during my last visit to the library. The title caught my eye and then the summary had me hooked.

I saw a review for one of the newest Chief Inspector Gamache books and thought it sounded really good, but I wanted to start at the beginning with Still Life. I love a good mystery and have heard good things about her books.

One Dark Window keeps popping up on the various blogs and social media I look at, so I decided to give it a try. It sounds really good and I just love that cover.

I needed to include at least one romance on my February TBR and I have been enjoying the Stay a Spell series. Witches get Stitches is the third one in the series. It features a witch family in New Orleans and their supernatural love interests. I enjoyed the first two and am looking forward to this one being just as good.

Happy Reading!

Well that is my month of February planned out. I will hopefully be reading more than these eight books, but I like to leave room for mood reading and for other unexpected books that I find at the library or bookstore. I hope you all have a wonderful reading month planned as well.


  1. I’m looking forward to the Sinister Booksellers of Bath too. Luckily I only read the first one last week so it’s quite fresh in my mind. I hope that you enjoy Still Life. I love the Inspector Gamache mysteries although they are often quite slow paced.

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