January round-up

Last January I managed to read 10 books, a lot more than I read on a typical month. Did I start this year with a similar bang? Yes and no. I did read 12 books and liked all of them, but on blogging front it was a bit quiet, because of my new job, also we had wonderful guests over for two weekends in a row. When push comes to shove and I have to chose between reading or writing, reading usually wins. And it was fun. I should get a bit more on track with blogging over next few weeks, so don’t give up hope yet! There will be more things to put you to sleep.

A lot of crime, some non-fiction and half of the books in Polish, at this rate I won’t be able to stick to my new year’s resolution of one Polish book a month because I’ll run out of my stash 😉

12. Nightblind – Ragnar Jonasson
11. Nasz mały PRL – Izabela Meyza, Witold Szabłowski (r)
10. A Visit from the Goon Squad – Jennifer Egan (r)
9. Księga Zachwytów – Filip Springer
8. Czytanie z Kości – Jakub Szamałek (r)
7. Behawiorysta – Remigiusz Mróz (r)
6. How to Really Talk About Books You Haven’t Read – Henry Hitchings (r)
5. Miasto Archipelag – Filip Springer
4. Głowa Niobe – Marta Guzowska (r)
3. Wyspa Łza – Joanna Bator (r)
2. How to Be a Dictator: An Irreverent Guide – Mikal Hem (r)
1. The Dirt on Clean: An Unsanitized History – Katherine Ashenburg (r)

Photo by Violetta Kaszubowska @ vkphotospace

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One thought on “January round-up

  1. I choose reading over writing as well! 🙂 I’m hoping to get back in the blogging groove myself. Last month was a rough one for my concentration. 12 books is a great number! Of your list I’ve only read A Visit From the Good Squad – that’s a good one!

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