1 Mar 2018

February Wrap-Up, March TBR

February went by very fast, and here we are in the spring. Well, Europe is mostly under snow at the moment but never mind, just keep sliding on.

February was a very good blogging month for me and I'm proud of myself for devoting a lot of time to Paradise Found in the past few weeks. I'd like to keep it up because I enjoy writing my blog posts and above all  reading, so I can write them, haha.

I appreciate your comments and the support that comes with them. Please, let them coming in March too. Stay with me on the way, guys.

Here is a summary of February on Paradise Found:

I've finished four books:

The Desert Spear (Demon Cycle #2) by Peter V. Brett Review

The Dark Unseen (Unseen Series #0.5) by Andrew C. Jaxson Review

Pirate's Curse by Leigh Anderson and Rebecca Hamilton Review

The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini (The review is on the way)

Other posts on the blog in the month of February:

We Have Always Lived in the Castle by Shirley Jackson Review 

Showtime #2 – Black Sails

The Longest Book Tag

Favourite places to read 

Some books I've read, loved, but do not own a physical copy of yet 

If a genie were to grant me three bookish wishes...

Weekly memes:

Goodreads Monday (Feb 12, Feb 19, Feb 26

Tell me Something Tuesday (Feb 13)

WWW Wednesday (Feb 21, Feb 28)

Book Beginnings and the Friday 56 (Feb 9, Feb 16, Feb 23)

Stacking the Shelves (Feb 24)

Plans for March: 

Probably I'll be reading the following books (in no particular order): 

Hiding by Jenny Morton Potts

The Shipbuilder by Salina B. Baker (I've just realised this book is currently available for free on the author's website. Click here if you'd like to download it.)

The Red Tent by Anita Diamant

Song of Blood & Stone by L. Penelope

For March 16 I have a ticket to watch HamletBatch, an NTLive screening of Hamlet with Benedict Cumberbatch as the Danish prince. I'll make sure to let you guys know how I liked it.

My next review will be of The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini; you can expect it to be up this week.

How was your reading month? Let me know in a comment below!

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