Yay for lots of reading and lots of blogging in February! I feel a bit more back in the swing of the blogging thing, since I took a pretty substantial break over the holidays. I read some great books this month, got back into writing, started catching up on my substantial NetGalley queue, and watched some great TV/Movies. Also took a trip to the library for the first time in months, which is surprising because usually I’m at the library almost weekly. Not that I need more books, but hey, who’s counting?
Oh right. I’m supposed to be. Oops.
I also started doing Disney reviews weekly, since I love it so, and I’m a new passholder and such and I will be going even more often. I thought, I love to talk about it so much anyway, why not do a feature on my blog? Let me know if there’s something you want reviewed and I’ll try to get to it on my next trip!
Anyway, check out what went on around here at Ramblings on Readings in the month of February, and then share your own recaps in the comments, or let me know what the best book you read this month was!
February Book Reviews
- At Grave’s End (Night Huntress #3) by Jeaniene Frost – 5 Stars
- One Good Earl Deserves a Lover (The Rule of Scoundrels #2) by Sarah MacLean – 4.5 Stars
- These Vicious Masks (These Vicious Masks #1) by Tarun Shanker and Kelly Zekas – 4 Stars
- The Stars Never Rise (The Stars Never Rise #1) by Rachel Vincent – 4 Stars
- Future Shock by Elizabeth Briggs – 3 Stars
- Anticipated March Book Releases
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Disney World Rambles
I have plans to start Vlogging my Disney rambles, so look for that change in March! I may start vlogging other posts as well, though at this point, the majority of my posts will still be written.
February Book of the Month
All In (The Naturals #3) by Jennifer Lynn Barnes – 4.5 Stars
This series was already great before All In came along, but then Jennifer Lynn Barnes really raised the bar. The plotting is twistier and more surprising, the friendships grow and change, and Cassie has to deal with a whole new set of issues brought on by her mothers case. I love all the characters and their little idiosyncrasies, and the plot twists really blew me away. Highly recommended.
Books Read in February
What was your February Book of the Month?