#50Books2013? As I suspected, I lost some momentum and only managed two books in February, and I am currently on book 10 for the year.
Remember, if you're not blogging along with us then feel free to tweet along using the hashtag #50Books2013 so we can keep up with you that way. We've had a couple of new additions to our little blog-along too - Chocolate Orange Fudge and White feathers and so much more, thanks for joining in. It's not too late, just link up on the monthly round-up and/or tweet with us, we'd love to have you!
I delved into the paranormal world of the southern gothic Beautiful Creatures this month, and am currently on book two of the Caster Chronicles by Kami Garcia & Margaret Stohl. Sarah from UDSF has shared her February reads, including some of the fabulous Jennifer Worth's work. Sophie has been Ignoring Life, One Book At A Time as well as dealing with chickenpox and uni essay deadlines so kudos for fitting in time to read anything at all.
Rock 'n roll mum Miss Cisco has been dabbling in e-books this month, like me she is a fan of the REAL paperback (and also enjoys sniffing the pages - see, not weird) but has picked up its electronic counterpart to in order to read The Little Book of Motherventing, and Lucy from Little Super Sparks has blogged her views on Scott Westerfeld's futuristic YA series after reading Extras.
Emma has shared some of her favourite books in Emma's Little World, I too can read a favourite book over & over so I share her enthusiasm for a really good story that can be enjoyed again. Bubbablue & Me's Emma has reviewed this month's reading list including Yann Martel's Life of Pi, and Jo from Ojo's World has told us all about her 20p Kindle bargain, The 100 year old man that climbed out of a window and disappeared.
Have you written a book review for #50Books2013 or have a title that you would like to recommend? Join in with the linky below and share it with us. If you'd like to be included in the March round-up please be sure to email me your links by March 26th. Thank you, and thanks for joining in and taking part in the challenge.