Hello friends! This wasn’t a great month for me blog wise- I had trouble not only getting my posts written on Sundays for the week, but keeping up with all of you. Work has been relatively hectic and by the time I get home and get the kiddo ready for bed, I’m exhausted. I’m aiming for a better March. Reading wise- I did pretty okay considering it’s a short month and I wasn’t even reading on my lunch breaks.
Novels/Novellas Read: 10
Short Stories: 0
Pages Read: 3,076
Average Rating: 3.2
Female Authors: 5
Other Reads Completed:
I haven’t decided whether or not I’ll review the backlist titles. Grit was technically a DNF. I read about 200 pages for work and just couldn’t stomach part three I was so tired of it by then. My review for Surrender should be up later this week.
The Southern Book Club’s Guide to Slaying Vampires by Grady Hendrix – I haven’t even read the blurb because the title seems pretty self explanatory. Now that I’ve read Horrorstor and understand the author’s style, I’m very much looking forward to it!
Devolution by Max Brooks – A mockumentary style telling of a Sasquatch attack. Which ya’ll already know I’m super excited for.
The Book of Koli by M.R. Carey – I’m also thrilled to have received this! It has a very strong man vs. nature vibe which I’ve been enjoying a lot lately.
I also received Little Secrets, pictured above, but ended up reading it sooner than expected. It’s about a woman whose son was abducted, her marriage in the aftermath, and the mystery surrounding her son long after the trail has gone cold.
PopSugar Challenge 2020 Prompts Completed:
A book with a made up language: Binti by Nnedi Okorafor
A book featuring one of the seven deadly sins (greed, envy): Little Secrets by Jennifer Hillier
A fiction or non-fiction book about a world leader: The Vanished Birds by Simon Jimenez (I’m not really sure I interpreted this prompt correctly, but I don’t foresee myself reading a fiction or non-fiction book about an actual world leader any time soon.)
A book by or about a journalist: Horrorstor by Grady Hendrix
A book with a main character in their 20s: The Chill by Scott Carson
Other Posts for February:
I’m hopeful this month will be better for me in terms of enjoying what I’m reading. There weren’t many titles I walked away from in February feeling excited about. I recently started A Time of Dread and it’s exactly what I’d been hoping for when I started reading Abercrombie a few months ago. Dark and bloody.
How was your February?