Monthly Round-Up – February

How are we already two months through 2017 already?! Slightly late with getting this post up this month but here’s a review of my February!

Books Purchased

  • Unconventional by Maggie Harcourt
  • Heartless by Marissa Meyer
  • Little Deaths by Emma Flint
  • Written In Bones by James Oswald

Books Recieved

On the 2nd of February Me and Mister P arrived.

me-and-mr-p

I was approved for the following on NetGalley

He Said / She Said – One Of Us Is Lying

The Roanoke Girls – The Last Thing You Said

The inconceivable Life Of Quinn – The Pearl Thief

Bad Girl Gone – Wishbones

Letters To The Lost – The Upside Of Unrequited

Lessons In Falling – Beware That Girl


Books Reviewed

This month I’ve posted the following reviews – Click on any of the titles

  1. Sirens by Joseph Knox
  2. The Edge Of Everything by Jeff Giles
  3. Every Pretty Thing by Chris Mooney
  4. Blogger Girl by Meredith Schorr
  5. Blink by K L Slater
  6. Written In Bones by James Oswald
  7. Ragdoll by Daniel Cole
  8. The Fifth Letter by Nicola Moriarty

Discussions Started

For the Book Blog Discussion challenge I’ve started the following discussions – Click through and join in!

  1. Sourcing Books – Reading can be an expensive hobby – How do you get your books?
  2. Stuck In A Reading Rut – Do you find yourself reading the same thing over and over, and does it matter if you enjoy it?
  3. Picking Up Blogging After A Bad Week – If you’ve not been able to blog as much as you wanted for any reason how do you get back into it?
  4. The World Reimagined  – What do you think of books that take established stories and alter them?

Challenge Progress

I’m also keeping track of all my reading challenges – You might not find reviews for all of them yet due to restrictions on when I can post reviews for some books from Netgalley

British Books Challenge 2017: 8/12

2017 Cloak and Dagger Challenge: 9/15

2017 New Release Challenge: 13/30

2017 New To Me Challenge: 12/12

2017 Netgalley & Edelweiss Challenge: 12/25

2017 Book Blog Discussion Challenge Posts: 8

Goodreads Challenge: 20/50

3 Comments

  1. You are doing really good with your reading and challenges. I think next year I need to do the British Book Challenge as I read a lot of British Crime. 🙂

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    1. British crime is where a big chunk of my British Book Challenge reads have come from. I love it!

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