February Rewind

Well, another awesome month gone by  and if the Mayans are correct, we’re one month closer to the Apocalypse. Morbid much? February has been quite an interesting month. Reading started off great then it petered off toward the end. I’m working on finishing off all my review requests so some of my reads and reviews from February will not get posted until the coming months. I’ve tried resisting ARC requests and have turned down some review requests but you know me, I’ve never been known for my self-control. I’m going to try my hardest to work on my immediate TbR pile…when I say immediate, I meant the stackssss of books beside my bed. It’s ridiculous, y’all.  
Disgusting, isn’t it? That’s real time, folks. That pile has been there since last weekend. I’ve been having a case of A.D.D, where I’ve started a whole slew of books just to see which one I could settle in. So far, it’s The Iron Queen by Julie Kagawa. Anyway. 

February  1 – The Boy on Cinnamon Street by Phoebe Stone
                  3 – Article 5 by Kristen Simmons
                  4 – Chopsticks by Jessica Anthony and Rodrigo Corral
                  5 – Everneath by Brodi Ashton
                  9 – The Other Life by Susanne Winnacker
                  9 – Whispers in the Woods by T.J. Dell
                  9 – Her Best Friend’s Brother by T.J. Dell
                 10 – Beating Heart by A.M. Jenkins
                 12 – For the Love of a Vampire by M. Leighton
                 12 – The Storyteller by Antonia Michaelis
                 14 – Halflings by Heather Burch
                 16 – The Bridge by Jane Higgins
                 19 – Almost by Anne Eliot
                 19 – Partials by Dan Wells
                 21 – Shadows (Lux .05) by Jennifer L. Armentrout
                 26 – Trickster’s Girl by Hilari Bell
                 28 – Torn by Erica O’Rourke
Average Rating: 3.40 Stars
Recommended Read(s) from February: Partials, Almost, The Boy on Cinnamon Street, Chopsticks!!!


Natalie won herself a copy of Chopsticks by Jessica Anthony and Rodrigo Corral
Alexa, Flavia, Maria (pronounced Mariah) won themselves copies of ALMOST by Anne Eliot.
These books were given away as part of the 5 Star Club.


Well, there’s a tour! Go me! Lol. I rarely join them. I have to like the book before I sign up so The Girl Who Could Silence the Wind is very special. I’ve read the book already and I’m so excited to be a part of this. I have, in the past, turned down tours that I initially signed up for. Meg Medina is also stopping by on the 15th for an interview…and there’s a giveaway…or two. Stay tuned!

132 Minutes (my sister blog) have also been invited to do a couple of guest posts about our outmost love for Melina Marchetta over at another site, so we’re pretty pumped! I’m supposed to divulge my obsession with our literary goddess and her works…so this should be fun…I hope I don’t embarrass myself! Lol!

I also have a blog feature concocting in my twisted brain but I’m still working out the kinks.

Anyway, as always, I remain thankful and appreciative of all those who read my blog who isn’t a relative or a friend of mine 😀