January TBR | 2020 Reading Challenge

2019 might be over, but I’m still hanging on to it for the month of January. If you read my December Wrap-Up, you might remember that I had a few books in “Currently Reading” status – in fact I have been “Currently Reading” them since about October. Well, I will be using all the motivation and optimism instilled in me by the New Year to finish those books. Plus, three more that fall under my Special Edition goal (which I explain in this post).

Here is what I will be reading this month:

  • The Italian by Ann Radcliffe (currently on page 14/454)
  • I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings by Maya Angelou (currently on page 12/246)
  • Death Comes to Pemberley by P.D. James (currently on page 10/291)
  • The Fall of Gondolin by J.R.R Tolkien (Edited by Christopher Tolkien)
    • Not from 2019, but the first book I started reading in 2020 (currently on page 48/264)
  • Dracula by Bram Stoker (currently on page 128/402)
    • Penguin Classics Criteria
  • Tess of the D’Urbervilles by Thomas Hardy
    • Barnes & Noble Classics Criteria
    • Not from 2019
  • The Mermaid and Mrs. Hancock by Imogen Hermes Gowar (currently on page 332/484)
    • Book of the Month Criteria

January TBR Book Stack

As I said in my 2020 Reading Challenge introductory post, I will dedicate a blog post to each of these books as I finish them, so keep an eye out here on the blog, or for an announcement on Twitter and Instagram.

What are you currently reading, or plan to read during the month of January? What do you think of my TBR? Have you already finished any books? Let’s chat below. ✨

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