Sunday, March 1, 2015

February In Review

It's March! It's been a long and bitterly cold winter here, but March should bring with it warmer temperatures and a promise of spring.

February was a good month for me on both the reading and blogging fronts, a trend I hope continues into March.

Total Books Read in February: Seven (for a total of sixteen books read so far in 2015).  Below is the list of books I read in February.  I only reviewed a couple of them -- click on the titles, where applicable, to read my review:

  • The Case of the Missing Servant by Tarquin Hall (contemporary mystery)
  • Intolerable by Kamil Al-Solaylee (memoir, Canada Reads 2015 finalist)
  • The Washington Stratagem by Adam LeBor (thriller)
  • Snow White Must Die by Nele Neuhaus (contemporary mystery)
  • A Man Called Ove by Fredrik Backman (contemporary lit, humour)
  • Shadow Study by Maria V. Snyder (fantasy)
  • Pilgrim by Timothy Findley (literary fiction)

With the exception of Pilgrim, which wasn't for me, I enjoyed each of the books listed, and suspect that at least a couple of them will make my best of 2015 list.

My most popular posts from February, not including my It's Monday! What Are You Reading? posts, were as follows -- feel free to join the conversation if you haven't already done so (I've linked the title to the post):

On the flip-side of things, the following posts didn't receive much attention, so go show them some love :-)

Looking ahead, I've got some great books lined up for March (at least tentatively, my reading plans always change).  It's also time for Spring Training!  I can't tell you how excited I am that baseball season will soon be upon us once again (Go Blue Jays!).

Happy Reading!

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