Reading Wrap-Up: February 2015

We are now a sixth of the way through the year and the 2015 Reading Challenge! It’s scary how quickly February has come and gone – I now have only four weeks of lectures left at University. I guess I’d better make the most of it (and as a result cut down on my reading – the stuff that is not required anyway!)

February 2015 statistics
Total books read: 6
Total pages read: 1,775
Favourite book: New Moon by Stephenie Meyer


#3 A book that became a movie – Where Rainbows End by Cecelia Ahern: The Leprechaun’s Secret (#11)
#7 A book with nonhuman characters – New Moon by Stephenie Meyer: Vampires or Werewolves? (#10)
#13 A book set in a different country – Paper Towns by John Green: A Disappearing Act (#8)
#27 A book you can finish in a day – Christmas With Billy and Me by Giovanna Fletcher: Christmas Magic, Love and Hope (#9)
#42 A book that you own but have never read – Percy Jackson and the Sea of Monsters: The Graphic Novel by Rick Riordan & Robert Venditti: A Novel Triumph (#13)
#51 A Jacqueline Wilson book – Buried Alive by Jacqueline Wilson: The One Without A Category (#12)

At the end of January I set my target for books read in February at three. Managing to read six feels like a huge achievement, especially considering the amount of work I had going on this month. What is even more remarkable was that I read 170 pages more than I did in January!

As stated above, March will feature much less reading for me. My goal is to finish reading the four books I currently have on the go: “A Clash of Kings” by George R.R. Martin, “My True Love Gave To Me” edited by Stephanie Perkins, “Insurgent” by Veronica Roth and “Eclipse” by Stephenie Meyer. If I can accomplish those four, I will be very happy this time next month!

Twelve down, thirty-eight to go. (Thirteen read)

My journey will also be instagrammed frequently on @charlottebibliophile

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2 Responses to Reading Wrap-Up: February 2015

  1. amymackintosh says:

    What is the challenge? is there a list of books or just an amount?

    • Charlotte M says:

      If you look on the tabs under the header, you’ll see one for 2015 Book Challenge which features 52 books in 50 categories to read over the course of the year 🙂

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