Medievalathon January TBR:


I hope you guys are having a great week so far. It definitely feels like its flying by. The only day I’ve had off this week is Tuesday so far and spent it mostly on the couch updating stuff and finding some challenges to do on Goodreads. I’ve also been taking care of my Aunt and Uncle’s two dogs and three cats while they are on vacation this week, so I’ve had a bit of a different schedule than normal especially since I have been staying downstairs instead of my apartment. It’s been a nice change especially since I’ve been watching probably the most amount of TV that I have in an entire month. It does make me realize that I don’t miss watching tv all the time but there are some shows that I have missed watching on a regular basis. And since HBO Max added a whole bunch of Batman movies I’ve started to slowly go through that list though I’ve only watched a few so far. I want to watch them in order or as close to chronological order as I can get but its slow going so far.

Since today was the only other day this week that I had off, I plan to catch up on reading and blogging, so I should have some more posts coming up in the next few days or so. Reading has been kind of slow going so far as I haven’t really been reading as fast or as much as I was in December. I think I kind of burned myself out a little bit. I’m also currently in the middle of rereading a series before I read the last book that came out last year so I’m a bit behind in reading which is kind of sad since I also started another readathon in the month of January thru February. That’s right, Medievalathon is starting again this year and I loved participating last May that I wanted to get into it again this year. Of course, I’m the kind of person that loves to try to do all of the prompts which is about 25 prompts total, though I do have one profession that I am working my way through.

January TBR – Medievalathon:

This might be a bit of a long post so bear with me

Medievalathon starts from January 10-February 10th and is hosted by Holly over on Holly Hearts Books on Youtube. For this readathon you have to read 7 books to get to Empress/Emperor and there are also five different professions that you can do ranging from Clergy, Blacksmith, Bard, Tailor/seamstress, and Baker. As I mentioned earlier I am the kind of person that likes to do all of the prompts so I have books picked out for each one except for Clergy which I am still looking to fill in those prompts. I’m not sure if I will be able to get to all of them but I’m certainly going to try.

January TBR Total list of books to read:

There are a total of 25 books though one is missing because I am not sure yet what book will fill that prompt.
  1. 0 books – Prisoner
  2. 1 book – Peasant – A torch against the night (#2) by Sabaa Tahir (5 stars)
  3. 2 books – Squire –
  4. 3 books – Knight –
  5. 4 books – Noble –
  6. 5 books – Princess –
  7. 6 books – Queen –
  8. 7 books – Empress –


The Blacksmith Profession is my main pick for this readathon, but I hope to get to all of the other ones before the end since all of my books fit into the prompts which is very nice.

So this is what I have planned for January thru the beginning of February. I posted this a week after it started and have already finished one so I’m working my way through book two and three now. I may be able to read at least or more of these over the weekend since I am off work until Wednesday but we’ll see how it goes. I’ll post a full update of the books that I’ve read once I finish each profession. The Clergy Profession is the only one that is going to stay empty for the moment since it is the only one that I’m not of what I will choose yet except for a couple.

I hope you guys have a great weekend. I plan to have my 2020 stats, least and favorite books and 2021 goals up by the end of the weekend hopefully.