Unfortunately I didn’t manage to pick any really good books for March. The highest rating I put was 3. I hope things will get better in April!
Books of the Month: February 2017
In February I finished two series, and read a couple of books I’ve been curious to read. I also finished the manga series Death Note, but I’m excluding it from this blog post.
Books of the Month: January 2017
In January I finally read some books that I have been meaning to read for a long, long time. I also found two books at the library which I borrowed on a whim, and one of those is one of the best books I’ve read!
Books of the Month: October 2016
October was a month for emotional and touching books.
Books of the Month: September 2016
With 76 books read during 2015 and 44 books read so far this year, I feel that I’ve finally gotten into reading again – and it feels wonderful!
Books of the Month: May 2014
It’s been a while now since I read fantasy literature… But it’s interesting to explore other genres too.
Books of the Month: March 2014
I ended up not reading much at all during March either. I don’t really know why I didn’t make more time to read last month, but I simply must have had a lot of things to do.
Books of the Month: February 2014
One thing led to the other, and I ended up reading way less than I had planned to during February. But here are the books I managed to read!
Books of the Month: January 2014
One of the things I’ve promised myself for 2014 is to read more than I’ve done the past few years – a lot more. In January I read as many as 9 books – I think that’s even more than I read during all of 2013… What I thought I would do is to write a short summary here every month about what I’ve read. Some months there will be a little more, other months there will be a little less.
On My Reading Shelf: May 2011
Last month I managed to read both books that I had chosen, and that feels good. This month I challenge myself a little more and add one book: in May I will read three books! They will be “Part 1 of Shadowmarch” and “Part 1 of The War of the Flowers” by Tad Williams, and “Diamond Sword, Wooden Sword II” by Nick Perumov.