I cannot believe another month has passed us by so quickly. March is hiding in the wings of the night waiting to emerge as a social Spring butterfly. Ah, well we can only hope Spring springs forward and drives away the torrential rain and skies of grey; my thermals are worn and tired and want to be put to sleep until Autumn! Every day this week, I have stepped outside and got drenched within minutes. I am so glad it was rain rather than snow as I am certain we would have been snowed in completely by now. My garden is looking very sorry for itself at the moment, months of neglect are now taking their toil. There are no delicate signs of my daffodils yet, but I do have some well watered weeds that are growing nicely.
I thought today would be a good day to wrap up my reading in February and put it to bed.
I have read thirteen books this month, which is not as good as last month, but is actually more than three books a week, so I have no room to complain.
Here is my list.
8) The Unfinished Angel by Sharon Creech
9) Maximum Ride ( Manga Version) by James Patterson and Narae Lee
10) An Angel Called My Name by Teresa Cheung
11) Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen
12) The Little House on The Prairie by Laura Ingalls Wilder
13) The Death of a Valentine by M.C. Beaton
Looking back at such a varied reading month, I would have to say that The Unfinished Angel was my best book of the month, followed closely by Pride and Prejudice.
Last week I finally finished reading Pride and Prejudice for the read a long. I am not sure if I like reading a book in parts; I think next time I might read it all in one go.
I spent most of the week reading The Death of a Valentine, which is my first Hamish Macbeth mystery. I am now in the middle of The Girl With Glass Feet which is just as wonderful as I thought it would be. I hope to finish it today, as well as The Brontes Go To Woolworths.
This week I hope to start my American Journey, though not sure which book I will read. I also hope to start Miss Pettigrew Lives For a Day as it keeps jumping off the shelf at me, insisting that I read it.
Have a fabulous reading week.