Tuesday, January 31, 2023

January Wrap Up

Haven't been keeping up? Here's a quick wrap up of the books I've read and reviewed this month, along with a couple games I've been playing too.

I started off the month by finishing A Court of Frost and Starlight. I haven't done an official review yet, but you can see what I thought of it on my Instagram feed here. It was a perfect solsticey Christmastime read, and I finished it on New Year's Day.  Snuggle up with a nice cup of tea, and a comfy blanket, it's a quick low stress read.

I finished A Delicate Betrayal and Lume right before the New Year but didn't get the reviews posted until right after. I thought both books were a worthwhile read.  Be sure to check out the reviews!

The Light Pirate was sent to me by Grand Central Publishing Company This one was a bit of a different read for me, but I also enjoyed it. It's a little bit of coming of age, mixed with a bit of environmental apocalypse. It's worth the hype!

My last review for this month is Well of Eida.  If you hurry over you can still grab the freebie! This book releases February 3rd.

I played and reviewed two cozy games for you this month. First was Unpacking, which was a fun easy little puzzle game. Just unpack the boxes and put the items away.  So relaxing! Second game was Potion Craft. This was so addictive, I really loved it.

New for February:

First, I've recently opened a new Etsy Store. I hope you'll check it out.  I'll be posting digital listings, and more.  My most recent listing is this cute desktop theme for Valentine's Day.  You can get it with or with out the calendar on the bottom. Click on the picture below to purchase. Also...the cutest Suriel here.

On my TBR this month is Emily Wilde's Encyclopedia of Faeries, Haunting Adeline, Minuscule Mansion of Myra Malone, and The Cabinet of Dr. Leng. Games I'm checking out, and hope to review include Spirit Farer, and Little Witch in the Woods.

Lastly, if you don't want to miss February's wrap up be sure to join my Newsletter list, I don't send out emails often, I promise it won't clog up your inbox.

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