February recap

For various reasons (promotion at work, work-related trip, getting sick), I didn’t get nearly as much done this month as I wanted to. I felt like I barely had time to read and review the books that I did, let alone stick to the schedule and plans that I originally set for myself.

Let this be a lesson: planning things makes them impossible to do. Much better to just fly by the seat of my pants!

This month, I read and reviewed:

1. The Awakening, by Kelley Armstrong
2. The Reckoning, by Kelley Armstrong
3. By the Sword, by Mercedes Lackey
4. Seekers: The Quest Begins, by Erin Hunter

I also reread Kelley Armstrong’s The Summoning, but since I also reviewed that one last year, I didn’t feel the need to post another review of it this year.

5 books read and reviewed. Certainly pales in comparison to the 13 that I managed in January! But of course, in January my position was such that I could read at work in between calls, and now I don’t get that luxury anymore, so my reading time has had to be cut back a little. Still, I’m hoping March will be a bit better, once things level out a bit at work (major fiasco last week, to say nothing of the normal work that I have to do) and I get more into the swing of things.

At least I kept up with Smashing Saturday Shorts. Some turned out to be flops, but I’ve found a few authors worth looking into since I started looking at the free short fiction on Smashwords, and I’m all for expanding my library!

What’s that? I already have more books than I have time to review? Piffle! Nonsense! I have no idea what you’re talking about.

I know for a fact I’m going to be doing not one, but two giveaways next month, so keep your eyes open for when I make the announcement.

Happy reading, everyone, and I hope you had a great February!

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