Goodbye February – Hello March

And so goes yet another month the Husband and I spent sitting at home. Our lockdown has been extended again, meaning we are have been jobless for 3 months now. This feeling is made even weirder by the fact that I had my 10 year work anniversary last Monday. So we went to the zoo with some donuts just to have a stroll around and catch up a bit with the few zookeepers, gardeners and technical staff that are still working. Having only seen each other since Christmas, it was ever so nice to see a friendly face again. We also finally got our water issues fixed, and for the first time in 3 years we had a nice shower. Next problem: our car has been standing still for months now as well, so we need to get someone over to reboot it (and hope the accu doesn’t need replacing). And that is all the excitement we had this month… so plenty of time to read for me. And so I did… I only picked up two Marvel comics, so they won’t get their separate post this month. I have posted a few reviews, and have got another few lined up for upcoming releases. Anyway, here are the 21 books I read in the month of February:


DNF
Two Star
Three Star
Four Star
Five Star

And those were all the books I read in February. We starting March off with at least two weeks of lockdown, so plenty of time to read. I have already read 46 books so far this year though, so part of me want to take it easy for a bit. I guess we will see what I feel like. I will continue the Alex Verus series, and my Discworld reread will bring my first unread book so that is exciting. I don’t have any unread Netgalley books on my shelfs that have a release date in March or early April, so I would like to focus a bit on sequels. I am busy with about 40 series, so plenty to choose from.

Hoping you are well,

9 thoughts on “Goodbye February – Hello March

  1. I avoided those Sanderson books once I found out they were game related because I’d never heard of the game and figured I’d be lost ๐Ÿ™‚ Sounds like I made the right choice.

    Hope you keep surviving ok!

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    1. Clever! I got them in a humble bundle or something I think. He did write a Magic book which worked fine on itโ€™s own… this one didnโ€™t

      Thanks luv! Overall we are managing. From day to day we are fine… but we are getting really tired of living day to day. Start going on with our lives again.

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    1. Hahaha, I feel you. Especially long series are scary to start because Time… Jane Austen was a fun read for sure. It just had the misfortune of being read in the same month as a very similar book ๐Ÿ™ˆ

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      1. That makes sense! I do usually try to avoid reading books that are too similar right after each other (sequels don’t count) but sometimes it’s hard to figure that out until you’re reading the book.

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  2. Saw that The Captain didn’t finish the, ironically named, Unfinished Land.

    I’m glad you two dove in front of that bullet. My no DNF policy looked like it would have been tortured if I tried that one

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