Been a crazy month around here, thanks to Fahrenbruary. More than twice the views and visitors over last February. Which ain't half bad. I have some other thoughts about that part of the month that I'll probably share soon. But even without that, it's been a decent month. I'd have liked to have read a couple of more books and written a couple of more posts -- but I'm not complaining. The quality of what I read was great on the whole, which is the important thing. Still, looking forward to March, I've got some great reads coming up. Anyway, here's what happened here in February.
Books/Novels/Novellas Read/Listened to:
|Average = 3.9|
- Spare Room by Dreda Say Mitchell: Be It Ever So Creepy, There’s No Place Like Home
- In Their Own Words by David B. Calhoun: Not exactly what I expected, but a profitable read
- Slaughterhouse Blues by Nick Kolakowski: Broken Antiheroes on a Last Chance Power Drive
- The Disasters by M. K. England: Some Fun YA Popcorn SF
- The Lion’s Tail by Luna Miller, Aidan Isherwood (Translator): Unlikely doesn’t begin to describe the heroes of this debut PI novel
- The Assassination of Brangwain Spurge by M.T. Anderson and Eugene Yelchin: A wildly imaginative and creative MG Fantasy
- The Barista’s Guide to Espionage by Dave Sinclair: A Bond Girl à la Amy Sherman-Palladino leads this entertaining action story.
- Confess, Fletch (Audiobook) by Gregory Mcdonald, Dan John Miller: Fletch, Flynn, A Murder or two and a Heist. What more can you want?
- Main Bad Guy by Nick Kolakowski: A Blast of an Ending to this Trilogy
- Baptism: Answers to Common Questions by Guy M. Richard: A Solid and Encouraging Introduction to a Complicated Topic
- Circle of the Moon by Faith Hunter: PsyLED Fights its Biggest and Most Dangerous Foe and Troubles from Within
- Unstoppable Arsenal by Jeffery H. Haskell: Well, that escalated quickly . . .
- Black Moss by David Nolan: A Mystery that will Haunt You in a Stunning Debut Novel
- Standing in Another Man’s Grave by Ian Rankin: Back in the saddle again, Out where Cafferty is a friend?
- Seraphina’s Lament by Sarah Chorn: Beautiful, moving, and brutal. You haven’t read anything like this fantasy.
- Dead is Beautiful by Jo Perry: Another Winner for this Supernatural Duo
- Broken Dreams by Nick Quantrill: Meet Joe Geraghty, PI
- Saving the Reformation: The Pastoral Theology of the Canons of Dort by W. Robert Godfrey: A great Intro to the Canons of Dort and a valuable tool for study
- August by Jim Lusby: This troubled cop mystery just didn’t work for me
- The Murder Quadrille by Fidelis Morgan: A Clever, Well-Plotted, Fiasco of Crime
- A Burdizzo For A Prince by Mark Rapacz: A Vengeance Tale with a Lot of Personality
- Back Door to Hell by Paul Gadsby: Everybody be cool, that was a robbery!
Physical Books: 2 Added, 0 Read, 25 Remaining E-Books: 3 Added, 8 Read, 19 Remaining Audiobooks: 4 Added, 1 Read, 3 Remaining
Book Challenge Progress:
2019 Library Love Challenge
While I Was Reading 2019 Challenge
#LetsReadIndie Reading Challenge
2019 Cloak & Dagger Challenge
Humor Reading Challenge 2019
2019 Cloud of Witnesses Reading Challenge
How was your month?