Monthly Summary: January 2021

Welcome to another Monthly Summary on Pages and Tea.

Hello and welcome to my first Monthly Summary of 2021.
A new year of reading has begun, and my first read of the year was The Ten Thousand Doors of January. It’s a book I’ve wanted to read for a while, and I thought it would be a nice choice for my first book of the year. Turns out I was right, I loved every moment of it. I hope many of the books I read this year are as enjoyable as this was. I love it when I find my next 5 star read.

From magical to horror as my next read was NOS4A2. This is another book I’ve meant to read for a long time, and I’ve always thought I’d read it during autumn, but the whole Christmasland theme tempted me to pick it up now even though the festive season is just behind us now. It’s a long book, but one I think I’m going to enjoy. It reminds me a little of It by Stephen King. No doubt I’ll have more to say about it once I’ve finished.

Then came Top Ten Tuesday, which offered up perfect opportunities to look back at some of the books I meant to read during 2020 but didn’t have time for, and to remember some of the new-to-me authors I discovered over the reading year.

Here’s a round up of January on Pages and Tea…

Book Reviews

The Invisible Library (The Invisible Library #1) by Genevieve Cogman

Midwinter Murder: Fireside Mysteries from the Queen of Crime by Agatha Christie

Featured Posts

Top Ten Tuesday

Books I Meant to Read in 2020 But Didn’t Get To

The New-to-Me Authors of 2020

Other New Posts

2020 End of Year Survey

Beat the Backlist 2021 Challenge

Reading Review

Reading Resolutions 2021

January Progress

Beat the Backlist Challenge Progress


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