Books I Read This Month and What I Think of Them- January 2023
January 31, 2023
It’s almost February and I have no idea where the time gone. Actually, I do, but it still feels weird that February is almost here. During the month of January, I had time to sit down and read books. This is unusual for me because January is one of the busiest times of the year for me work wise. For January 2023, I took time I would normally watch TV and spent it reading books. I didn’t like what was usually on TV anymore, so reading was a great way to spend time enjoying a story a TV will never be able to provide for me.
This month, I read many books. Out of those books, I finished reading three. I considered talking about all the books I read in this post, but, for the sake of not making the post too long, I decided to talk about the three books I finished reading.
A Royal Christmas Wish by Lizzie Shane
I read this book before, but I decided to reread it for Christmas 2022. After rereading it, I remembered why I enjoyed it and kept the book. Even though I have more beloved Christmas books in my library, this book has a different plot that unfolds in a different way. It centers around Jenny, who is granted one wish. Her wish leads her to go through a whole Christmas season as the princess of a kingdom of San Noelle and married to a prince she ran into in the park not long before she was granted a wish. I didn’t get to reread it in December, so I decided to reread it in January.
Conagher by Louis L’Amour
The book is short (Under 200 pages long) so I finished it very quickly. Despite its length, it is an enjoyable story. I love the movie a lot, so I wanted to reread it. Now that I have, I am glad that I did.
Fame, Fate, and the First Kiss by Katie West
I read this book in 2019, but I forgot most of it. In order to remember the book and its plot, I wanted to reread it this month. I started it in the beginning of the month and finished before the end of the month. It is about a teenager that aspires to become an actress, but finds it hard to balance her work life, school, and anything else that life throws her way. It’s a great, clean young adult romance book that I enjoyed rereading.