February TBR 2023 - The Fantasy Review

February TBR 2023

Now I have posted my January Wrap-Up, here is my February TBR 2023. Some books might be added during the month, but these are definitely books I want to get to in February!

I am currently reading the first 4 on the list, so should be done with them early in February. I’m enjoying all of them and look forward to sharing my thoughts on them.

If you want to look at or buy any of these books, the links are Amazon affiliate links, so I get a little something when you make a purchase.

Vevin Song by Jonathan Neves Mayers

february tbr 2023

Little White Hands by Mark Cushen

The Seventh Cadence and Strangers in the Promised Land by Jim Willbourne

The Iron Crown and The Citrine Key by L.L. MacRae

Heroes of Chaos by Baptiste Pinson Wu

Heliotrope by Palmer Pickering

The Hero Interviews by Andi Ewington

Songs of Vice by Nicole Bailey

Paladin Unbound by Jeffrey Speight

Bitter Medicine by Mia Tsai

Conspiracy by AC Cobble

If the Arcs Arrive:

Untethered Sky by Fonda Lee

Witch King by Martha Wells

Arch-Conspirator by Veronica Roth

The Book That Wouldn’t Burn by Mark Lawrence

Interviews for February:

I am waiting on interview responses from a few people, and still have to send some questions out to people who have agreed to participate, but here are the interviews I have ready to post, or are definite dates (because of a Blog Tour, etc).

  • 01 Feb – S.C. Selvyn – Author Interview
  • 02 Feb – Kay’s Hidden Shelf – Creator Spotlight
  • 03 Feb – Daniel Meyer interview
  • 04 Feb – Thiago Abdalla interview
  • 05 Feb – Open
  • 06 Feb – Matt’s Fantasy Book Reviews interview – creator spotlight
  • 06-17 Feb – Open
  • 17 Feb – Kian N. Ardalan – Author Interview – Escapist Blog Tour
  • 18-28 Feb – Open

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