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Another good reading week for me! It has been a great month, completing 26 books and I hope to finish at least one more tonight. So my winter readathon so far has been a great success and I'm a good booky place right about now. It is sooo cold today and of course my computer sits in the one corner of the room where I have no heat from the fire reaching me. It could be a long day because I have a ton of book reviews that I've been promising to catch up on. Book reviews take me ages to do because I'm so fussy about what I want to say! But I've been putting it off for far too long so I need to catch up a bit today.
On the book buying front, I picked up a few downloads but I haven't really been looking for new buys this week. I'm still trying to show restraint though and not buy too much. That's tough when I have 3 Amazon vouchers burning a hole in my pocket! I managed to hit my target of reducing my tbr to 600 by the end of this month, so my next target is to get down to 550 by the end of February. It's quite exciting to watch the tbr dropping steadily! I'm back to feeling in control and enjoying my reading more!
So, to this weeks books. I picked up a couple of books in series I've already started, books by Sierra Dean, Annie Bellet and Kelly Meding. I did crack and pick up a few more books in the Monster Haven series. I had to buy the ebooks as they are not available in paperback in the UK. If you like paranormal romance and light urban fantasy, then give this series a go as it is really funny and full of action and magical creatures like Maurice the Closet Monster who is a super chef... You can check out my review of books in the series on this blog in January's posts starting with book one, Monster in my Closet.