The Iron Knight, by Julie KagawaFinished March 2. If I Stay, by Gayle FormanRead March 5-6. Where She Went, by Gayle FormanRead March 7 Stray, by Rachel VincentFinished on March 10. Rogue, by Rachel VincentRead March 10-13. Rapture, by Phillip W. SimpsonFinished March 20.
6 books is not too bad I guess. My overall is now at 21, and I pledged to read 21-30. I'll have to upgrade...
This month's wrap-up link & giveaway is at Justin's Book Blog and his mini-challenge for this month is to take a picture of our favorite book shelf. Not the whole big thing but just one single shelf. It was a tough call but I went with the shelf that holds most of my hardcovers :)
Yup you can sort of see the shelf below, but that's not a lot of cheating and I don't want to fuss with the picture right now. I love my Edgar Allan Poe collection and my Laini Taylor books :)
- The Iron Knight, by Julie Kagawa (February 24 - March 2)
- Where She Went, by Gayle Forman (March 7)
- Rogue, by Rachel Vincent (March 10-13)
- The Stone Demon, by Karen Mahoney (March 21-22)
- Clockwork Princess, by Cassandra Clare (March 29-31)
- Where She Went, by Gayle Forman (Read March 7)
- Just One Day, by Gayle Forman (Read March 2-4)
Not a lot, but better than last month. And I'm reading another right now. I REALLY wanted to review both books, but life happened. I remember them well though and might post a review later on. Just One Day is by far the best book I've read so far that would fall in the NA category.
Overall I'd say this is as much a post of accomplishment as it is one of shame. I made progress on all my challenges, but posted only one review that qualifies for one. Boo me. How did you guys do in your challenges, if you're participating in any?