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My February 2018 TBR

Hello February, you took your time! (Why is January always soooo loooooong??!)

So, did I read my three January books? Sort of.

I finished What Does This Button Do? and In Cold Blood (the Smut Club book) but I didn’t even pick up The Exact Opposite Of Okay because I got distracted by another book and read that instead. After The Quake by Haruki Murakami wasn’t even vaguely on my reading radar at the start of the month (I’d never heard of the book or the author in fact) but it was put up as a January reading challenge in the Guild I am part of on my social To-Do List app, Habitica. (I will do a post on Habitica another time, I love it so.) And on discovering it was quite cheap as an e-book I downloaded it and got stuck in.

I have also hungrily consumed almost 20 hours of a 30 hour long audiobook (The Core by Peter V. Brett) which I am really loving.

I’m feeling the reading bug a bit more than I was last month but I’m still not totally back up to speed so again I’m only picking three titles for the month. Well, four because I’m going to finish my audiobook too.

February’s TBR:

The Core: The Demon Cycle, Book #5 by Peter V. BrettOnly a third of this to go, I will be sad when it ends!

The Exact Opposite Of Okay by Laura Steven – I will try actually to pick this up this time!

Illuminae: The Illuminae Files #1 by Amie Kaufmann and Jay Kristoff – Excited to finally read this one. It is one of the heaviest paperbacks on my shelf despite not being one of the biggest. It is just made of very heavy-weight paper!!

Fragile Things by Neil Gaiman –This short story collection is the  Smut Club choice for February and I am really looking forward to it.

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