Thoughts and other Miscellany

Looking back on February, looking forward to March

In February I read 7 books, which considering how busy the month was on a work front, is not bad going. What is good is that I finished all six of them and consider all of them worthy of recommendation, whereas in January I had three DNFs.

Books read were (links are to reviews):

Russian Winter by Daphne Kalotay

Down Under by Bill Bryson

Tomorrow, When the War Began by John Marsden

The Dead of the Night by John Marsden

The Informationist by Taylor Stevens

I Capture the Castle by Dodie Smith

Salmon Fishing in the Yemen by Paul Torday (I listened to this and started it in January but I count books by when I finish them).

Ah, you noticed that dearth of links, did you? Don’t worry, reviews coming soon.

I don’t know what to start next but goodness knows I’ve got enough to choose from! The Physicist has been grumbling about the number of books in the house so I’m trying to make a bit of a dent (though I know that’s deluded. Even at 10 books a month it would take me a year to make much of a difference. In fact the number of review books piled up by the computer is about 2 months’ worth…).


1 thought on “Looking back on February, looking forward to March”

  1. I wish I had your problem of too many books. I find I never have enough lined up and as I near the end of a book I’m suddenly scrambling to order something from Amazon.

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