February 2017 Wrap Up

February has been a shocker of a month, the really random weather has gone up and down and if you’re not sick because of it, then you are one lucky person. We went from week long heatwaves to daily afternoon destructive thunderstorms. Other than weird weather behaviour, this month has been great. Filled with two Life Line Book Fair close by that I attended and the reading of a few books I purchased whilst in Melbourne last month. I have read a lot this month, but I have also written a lot this month also, which is great. Finding the balance between both, is however a different story. For all the books, I read this month, their book review will be coming out in March, in order of reading. And all books that I read in January, you can find their book reviews that are out now on my blog.

Here are my February 2017 books:

READ –

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  • The Impossible Story of Olive in Love by Tonya Alexandra – super teenage cute, but down to earth: review coming March [4.8/5]
  • Hannah’s Gift by Maria Housden – emotionally draining biography; review coming March [4.5/5]
  • The Witch’s Tears by Katharine and Elizabeth Corr – second book in series and so bloody good; review coming in March [4.8/5]
  • A Quiet Kind of Thunder by Sara Barnard – doesn’t live up to the hype; review coming in March [2.0/5]
  • Wanderlost by Jen Malone – it will make you want to go traveling and fall in love; review coming in March [4.0/5]
  • Read Between the Lines by Jo Knowles – a collection of stories that you will love; review coming in March [1.5/5]

HAUL –

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  • The Icing on the Cake by Annabel Moley – Purchased at Chatswood Lifeline Book Fair
  • The Man who Invented Vegemite by Jamie Callister – Purchased at Chatswood Lifeline Book Fair
  • Robbie by Sean Smith – Purchased at Chatswood Lifeline Book Fair
  • The Witch’s Tears by Katharine and Elizabeth Corr – signed and received by the authors
  • Akarnae by Lynette Noni – Puchased at Warriwood Lifeline Book Fair

I haven’t gotten a lot of books this month, but the ones I have gotten have all come from charity events, so that is great. I have read a lot of books, so that means you will probably get more than one book review a week, so jackpot for my fans out there that like my book reviews.

My February book statistics –

Books Brought = 4

Books Given = 1

Books Read = 6

Let’s see what March has in store…

♥ GWAP

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