All The Books I Can Read

1 girl….2 many books!

February Reading Wrap up

on March 1, 2018

Total Books Read: 18
Fiction: 17
Non-Fiction: 1
Library Books: 0
Books On My TBR List: 7
Books in a Series: 8
Authors I’d Never Read Before: 10
Male/Female Authors: 2/16
Kindle Books: 3
Books I Owned or Bought: 8
Favourite Book(s): Graevale by Lynette Noni, The Three Of Us by Kim Lock, White Night by Ellie Marney, The Break by Katherena Vermette and The Family Next Door by Sally Hepworth.
Least Favourite Books: King’s Cage by Victoria Aveyard and Off Limits by Clare Connelly.
Books That Qualify For Challenges: 0 – because this is the year of no challenges!

Begin as you mean to go on and all that. February was another awesome reading month – 18 titles read, 5 of which earned a 5-star rating and 10 of which were 4-stars. I read so many good books, including two sort of read-a-longs with Tien’s Blurb (Graevale and Nevernight), which was super fun.

February continued my vow to mix review books with books of my own although I have to admit, the books of my own that I read were mostly ones I’d bought that month – I didn’t really make any inroads into my enormous TBR pile…, whoops. I also found a few new good series’ to get into and for most of them, the wait now commences for the next book.

Here’s a look at my pre-March, March TBR pile. It’s mostly the review books I plan to read for the month because I haven’t decided what books of my own I’ll be mixing into that yet. Although I have started reading my first book for March and that’s one that I bought myself but it’s on my iPad so I can’t actually include it. It’s Terra Nullius by Claire G. Coleman and it is amazing.

The March-TBR so far…..

To be honest I’m pretty excited about all of these. Mrs has a bit of a buzz around it and I’ve heard some really good things about Let Me Lie which makes it pretty intriguing. Likewise Before I Let You Go. The top 3 titles are from Wakefield Press, a small independent book publisher in Adelaide, South Australia who recently got in touch with me. I am very keen for Surrogate because I’m pretty fascinated with that topic. The other 2 are a series and they sound fun. I don’t know much about Kill The Angel but apparently it’s #2 in a series so might have to track down #1 before I tackle this one. And High Country Hero is loosely linked to another Holly Ford novel I read about a character I’m already familiar with and I’m very keen to see him get his story.

How was your February? Any standout reads that you can recommend? And if you’ve already tackled something on my TBR pile, be sure to let me know!

2 responses to “February Reading Wrap up

  1. Kay Wisteria says:

    Congrats on reading so many books that’s amazing 😀

  2. Kate W says:

    Only just cottoned-on to the fact you’re not doing any challenges! Perhaps I should try a year of free-range reading…

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