Moving is always more work than you realize when you’re in the midst of it. I might be using that as a little bit of an excuse, but I’m not lying when I say that moving at the end of March drastically reduced the time I had to read – and write blog posts about what I read.
Basically, I didn’t get nearly as much reading done as I’d hoped this month. While part of me is hoping that by moving my reading plans into April in order to get caught up, I know that this realistically won’t be the case. Another reason that I didn’t read some of the books I’d planned to this month is because some of the book tours were postponed until April. So, I look forward to getting around to at least those stories this coming month.
As always, here are some pictures of my pup, Yzma. (Shameless plug for her adorable PupStagram account @YzmaTheHound):
Without further ado, here’s my reading stats for February:
For reference: Physical books, eBooks, AudioBooks, and Library books.
Total books completed: 4
Total pages read: 969 pages (avg. 323 pages) + 1 eBook of unspecified pages
- Reaper: Aftermath by Jonathan Pongratz (Reaper, Book 2)[4 stars] 338 pages
- The Moscow Whisper by Michael Jenkins (Sean Richardson, Book 3)[4 stars] 320 pages
- The Peasant’s Dream by Melanie Dickerson (Hagenheim, Book 11)[3 stars] 311 pages
- Ulrik by Wendy L. Anderson (Goodreads)[4 stars]
- That’s it, that’s every book I completed in March.
- The Moscow Whisper by Michael Jenkins *Spoiler free*
- Reaper: Aftermath by Jonathan Pongratz *Spoiler free*
- A Conventicle of Magpies by LMR Clarke *Spoiler review*
- (Mis)fortune by Melissa Haag
- The Secret Girl by C.M. Stunich
- Hidden by Lyla Oweds
- How to Tell if Your Cat is Plotting to Kill You by Matthew Inman (The Oatmeal)
- Dreamthief by Tamara Grantham
- Emmitt’s Treasure by Melissa Haag
- Notatsu (Charming) Junkie by Ryoko Fukuyama *Series review*
- Balance by Lyla Oweds
- Ulrik by Wendy L. Anderson *Spoiler free*
- The Ruthless Boys by C.M. Stunich
- Reaper: Aftermath by Jonathan Pongratz *Spoiler review*
- Weasel Words by Dale E. Lehman
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