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February Reading


I succeeded in reading my four books in January although when I finished them I decided to read 253 by Geoff Ryman instead of Do Andriods Dream Of Electric Sheep. It seemed a more appropriate choice when I was going to be reading it on a train.

I have dutifully written up my thoughts of them all in my little writing journal and even written a line or two on some of them on my GoodReads profile.

Talking of GoodReads, I have also decided to have another go at the reading challenge on there. Last year I struggled to make my target of reading 15 books in the year. Which was pathetic for me – I used to read that many in a couple of months – and reflected how much of a rubbish year I was having mental-health-wise. But as I am feeling much brighter and more positive this year I have challenged myself to read 30 before the end of 2012. I am trying to squeeze in as much as I can before Summer though as my Olympic Adventures may well eat into my reading time come August and September. (I am so excited/terrified about that. Still.)

Now for February. This month I am hoping to finish/read the following books:

253 by Geoff Ryman
Storm Warning by Jack Higgins
Do Androids Dream Of Electric Sheep? by Philip K. Dick

And if I manage to get through all of those I will start The Demon’s Surrender by Sarah Rees Brennan.

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