Saturday, February 5, 2011

January Summary

The first month of 2011 has passed.  It has been crazy, getting back into school, doing lots of reading, trying to write and keep up with this blog...  But it's been sooooo fun!  Want a recap of reviews?

(The single words next to each review are the words that I would choose to sum up each book.  So if you're looking for a book that fits that description, or the description catches your eye, you don't have to go searching through all the reviews for what you want.)

These are the books I read/reviewed in January:

(Eight books this month...  I'm quite proud of myself.  If I keep it up, maybe I'll hit the 100 books mark.....but don't count on it. ;) )

2011 Reading Challenge

read 8 books toward a goal of 63 books.


These are the books that I read before and finally wrote reviews on:

  • Aurelia by Anne Osterlund  (loveable)

  • Magyk by Angie Sage  (simple - in a good way)


Outside of my reviews, this is what I've done on my blog this month:

I shared a couple of quotes:


I started a new weekly meme called Friday Buys, where I list all the books I buy, as I buy them.


And there are my pages:

  • If you're new to my blog, click here to read about me!

  • For updates on what I'm reading, click here!

  • For my (long) TBR list, click here!

  • To read any of my past reviews, I have them all lined up in alphabetical order on this_page!

  • And for giveaways, click here!


Where can you find me?

  • Goodreads

  • Facebook

  • Amazon

  • Or you can subscribe using the Email subscription box on the right side of the home page!

Being a fan/follower/confirmed subscriber on Goodreads and Facebook and my home page will usually bring a lot more points if you ever enter any of my future giveaways!  :)

And that's my January!  Take a look at my Blog Love (the links on the right side of the blog) and see what other book blogers have been up to this month.  I'm looking forward to February and what books it holds for me!!!  Happy, happy reading!! :)

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