Monthly Wrap-Up: January 2021

Morning, everyone!

I know. This post is well over a month late. I took some time for myself. I didn’t want to be tied down to anything. And since a reading slump hit me hard, I knew it was the right time for reflection.

I hope you enjoy the post!

In January, I didn’t read a lot. I fell into a book slump, and it took a while for me to get out of it. The books I did read though were fantastic reads.

Captive of Wolves by Eva Chase


I’ve never read a novel by Eva. And I regret not picking up a book sooner. I’m an instant fan of her writing and her characters. This new series is dark but also shows the strength of a woman. I loved the new twist on fae lore and Eva’s new love interests.

Alone in the Wild by Kelley Armstrong


I haven’t visited Rockton in such a long time. And I missed Casey, Eric, and the Rockton family. This installment touched on several sensitive subjects for Casey. And I love how both she and Eric navigated them while also dealing with yet another crisis in town.

I didn’t splurge on any physical copies, but I was able to snag some free or low-priced ebooks, which I’m excited to get to!

  • Deanna from A Novel Glimpse can’t stop gushing about the House in the Cerulean Sea.
  • I find making a TBR list is difficult. But Lauren from Bookish Lauren has made a great list for the year.
  • I love finding easy, cute posts. And Elaine from Elaine Howlin has given us just that. Take a look at these six reading memes.
  • Leslie from Books Are the New Black reviewed the first three Percy Jackson books. I’m so happy she loved them!

2 thoughts on “Monthly Wrap-Up: January 2021

  1. I’m glad you took some time off and found a way out of your slump!! Thanks for spotlighting me 🙂 I am planning on picking up These Violent Delights next week. I’ve heard so many great things! I hope you are doing well ❤


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