#TBRChallenge 2022

This year, I’ll again be participating in the TBR Challenge hosted by Wendy the Super Librarian. My goal is to post reviews of a themed book on the third Wednesday of every month. Feel free to join me! Tag your social media posts with #TBRChallenge. The monthly themes, and my choices to fit those themes, are listed below. All of the books are from my To Be Read shelves (physical and virtual) as of December, 2021.

January 19 – Quickie
Instead of Three Wishes: Magical Short Stories by Megan Whalen Turner.

February 16 – Fairy Tale
Wendy, Darling by A.C. Wise.

March 16 – Grumpy
Light From Uncommon Stars by Ryka Aoki.

April 20 – Location, Location, Location
A Spectral Hue by Craig Laurance Gidney.

May 18 – Tales of Old
Trouble the Saints by Alaya Dawn Johnson.

June 15 – After the War
The Great Silence: Britain from the Shadow of the First World War to the Dawn of the Jazz Age by Juliet Nicolson.

July 20 – Vintage
Lolly Willowes: Or the Loving Huntsman by Sylvia Townsend Warner.

August 17 – Blue Collar
Perfect Circle by Sean Stewart.

September 21 – Animals
Black Maestro: The Epic Life of an American Legend by Joe Drape.

October 19 – Flirting with Danger
Exile by Lisa Bradley.

November 16 – Lies
The Conductors by Nicole Glover.

December 21 – Festive
Silent Night: The Story of the World War I Christmas Truce by Stanley Weintraub.

About Victoria Janssen

Victoria Janssen [she, her] currently writes cozy space opera for Kalikoi. The novella series A Place of Refuge begins with Finding Refuge: Telepathic warrior Talia Avi, genius engineer Miki Boudreaux, and augmented soldier Faigin Balfour fought the fascist Federated Colonies for ten years, following the charismatic dissenter Jon Churchill. Then Jon disappeared, Talia was thought dead, and Miki and Faigin struggled to take Jon’s place and stay alive. When the FC is unexpectedly upended, Talia is reunited with her friends and they are given sanctuary on the enigmatic planet Refuge. The trio of former guerillas strive to recover from lifetimes of trauma, build new lives on a planet with endless horizons, and forge tender new connections with each other.
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