Friday Wrap-Up: Best of February

Ho there! So, while February has been a bit quiet here on the blog-front, I promise there has been much activity behind the scenes. I have some more guest posts I’ll be doing around the blogosphere as well as some larger things I have planned for BookPairing itself. Lest you think you were all waiting in vain or something.

Next week will kick off me actually going back to the 3-4 posts a week goal that so did not happen in February. That being said, there was some funzies around the blog, especially in the case of a certain Cocktail Tuesday with Philip Greene’s To Have and Have Another.

I wrote a guest post over at Quirky Bookworm about why I think post-apocalyptic novels are so darn keen (yep, just said that) and then expanded the love-fest into my actual life. There was also some celebrating of awesome in the form of a short review of Seth Godin’s Icarus Deception.

It was a slow month reading that I’ll blame (not for the first time) on a 40+ hour audio book. I loved being in the book though, so I can’t complain too much.

I finished a measly 3 books (but those three were so good!):

What did you read in February? 

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  • Amanda @ On a Book Bender

    Wait. Hold up. A 40 HOUR audiobook? *falls over* Wow. I don’t think I’d even have the guts to attempt one. I am impressed.

    • Nikki Steele

      It’s seriously a whole month of audiobook reading at least, but still kind of fun if it’s a good enough book.

      • Amanda @ On a Book Bender

        If I were still commuting 10 hours/week, I’d probably jump at a good audiobook, regardless of the length too. But those days are over: it took me four weeks to finish a 10 hour audiobook earlier this year. :(

        • Nikki Steele

          Oh man, I knows it. My audio book time has been severely reduced and so now I have to make excuses for it. Fold laundry? Don’t mind if I do!

  • Kim Ukura

    I just started the audiobook of Outlander. It’s like 32 hours, which will definitely be my entire month of audiobook reading.

    • Nikki Steele

      That’s absolutely what it is, but it’s so good! Hope you enjoy :D