I was determined to catch up and keep up with my target reading this month in the hopes of making my 75 Books in 2013 challenge possible. With this in mind, I read: The Story Sisters by Alice Hoffman, 4/5* (Full review here) The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman, 5/5*: One of those books that… Continue reading August Reading Summary
I have challenged myself to read 75 books in 2013, which averages out to about 6 a month. In May I read a grand total of two books. I read Must Love Dragons by Stephanie Rowe and Huntress by L. J. Smith. Neither of these were long. In fact, I read them both in one day… Continue reading On Falling Behind, But Not Giving Up.
I’m currently reading Flood and Fang by Marcus Sedgwick – a novel aimed at children – and I am loving it. It is like a sunny day in the middle of a snow-filled March (sounding familiar?) – I read quite a lot of Young Adult fiction, an awful lot of adult Urban Fantasy, a simdgeon… Continue reading Never Too Old
So, what I read in February ended up being nothing like the list I said I was going to read in February, oops. With that in mind, my books for March may be a little familiar on some counts: Review book(s) Lightning Rider by Jen Greyson My book(s) Lord Of The Changing Winds by Rachel… Continue reading March Reading List
For February my choices of book are: My Book(s) Doomwyte by Brian Jaques Diary Of An Ordinary Woman by Margaret Forster Borrowed Book(s) Back To Blackbrick by Sarah Moore Fitzgerald Self-Published Book(s) Revenge Of A Band Geek Gone Bad by Naomi Rabinowitz Invisible by Lorena McCourtney Review Book(s) The Holders by Julianna Scott A Conspiracy… Continue reading February Reading
Having taken up the 52 Book Challenge again this year I need to average 1 book a week (obviously), which translates to 4 a month: in line with my other resolution, at least one of those books needs to be a self published one. Another thing I want to do is return some of the… Continue reading January Reading
Last year, I didn’t make any resolutions because I was almost positive that if I did, then I would fail. Let’s face it, that’s the story most years and last year I was in a precarious place and setting myself up for a list of failures didn’t feel like a wise thing to do. This… Continue reading My Resolutions for 2013