January Wrap Up + February TBR

Hello everyone! This is coming about 10 days late, but oh well! Better late than never. Here’s a breakdown of what I read in January and what I’m hoping to read in February!



If you’ve ever studied drama or English Literature, you may well have heard of this play. In fact, I did in fact read the play for my English Literature class. Thinking back on the experience, the tea may have enhanced the experience (10AM Friday morning classes gave birth to ‘The Breakfast Club’ ft. cakes, chocolate, and 20 extra kilos).

Regardless, it is a very powerful, sometimes disturbing, sometimes sad and generally very entertaining and vivid play. 4/5 stars.


So the point of February will be to finish reading the books I am part way through! Hopefully that way I will be more motivated to pick up some new books as well.


Check out any of the posts you may have missed this month!

And check out some great posts from around the blog world!

Well, January’s post was quite short, so let’s aim for a longer one next month! What did you read in January? What are you planning on reading in February? Do let me know 🙂

Love, Keira x.

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Keira @Headphones&Hyperboles

Hi! I'm Keira and I'm the author here at Headphones and Hyperboles. It's nice to meet you :) I like to read and listen to music (obviously), but I also really like sleeping, eating chocolate and going out to eat with friends.

7 thoughts on “January Wrap Up + February TBR”

  1. I’m taking English Lit too, but I don’t actually know if we’re reading A Streetcar Named Desire… which is a shame, because it sounds like an intriguing play. Good luck with your February reads 🙂

    (Also, as a side note, I really love the formatting in your blog posts! The different colored text backgrounds that you use are super cute and tie your theme together really nicely!)

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