Yes, it’s 10 days into February and I’m just now getting this up. I really wanted to at least do a January post though, because I had a fabulous reading month! This was partly due to having much more time than usual to read, as I didn’t go back to classes until January 15th, but also I just read some awesome books that I thoroughly enjoyed.
FIRST, an apology – I have been absolutely HORRIBLE at replying to comments in the past month. Please be sure I read every single one of them but replying to them on my phone is kind of a pain and sometimes I forget by the time I get to my laptop, which is old and starting to be a complete pain in the ass to load WordPress on. Why, who knows, but…I will try to do better! Please keep commenting! It seriously brightens my days.
The above picture is of books that found their way to my shelves this month, but unfortunately I haven’t actually gotten around to reading those yet, hehe (except The Winter of the Witch and The Au Pair). So here we go!
Basic Reading Stats
- 15 books finished (check out my GoodReads shelf to see what they were!)
- 3,786 pages read
- 3 hours 51 minutes of audiobooks
- 8 Beat the Backlist books
- 6 New Release books
- 5 Diverse Reads books
Incoming Book Haul
You can see these from the picture, obviously, but of note:
- the OwlCrate special edition of The Gilded Wolves! I’m in love with the silver and blue accents. Also the character cards came as a pre-order gift from the publisher and are they not just the most awesome thing. 😀
- Gail Carriger’s Parasolverse Read-a-long is still going on, so PLEASE check it out! I am woefully behind, but still have hopes of catching up (hence the Curtsies and Conspiracies purchase). Also, I might have, um, FINALLY obtained the illustrated edition of Soulless…signed by the author, no less!! EEEEEEP.
What was your favorite book from January? Either that you read or bought? *wink wink*
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