What’s on Your Nightstand? – February


I felt productive in my nightstand reading for this past month, even though I still have some books left over. I have managed to finish quite a few books recently – Hard Eight by Janet Evanovich being the most recent – and feel that next month will only increase that. I am however taking on some larger books which may slow down the quick reads in between.

Previous List

  • Evil at Heart by Chelsea Cain (Early Reviewer)
  • Rich Again (Early Reviewer)
  • The Killing Circle by Andrew Pyper (Early Reviewer)
  • The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien
  • Glory in Death by J.D. Robb
  • Seven Up by Janet Evanovich
  • The Fellowship of the Ring by J.R.R. Tolkien
  • 2nd Chance by James Patterson
  • Queen of Babble in the Big City by Meg Cabot
  • Revolutionary Road by Richard Yates

For March, I have high hopes of getting more challenge books read in addition to my early reviewer books:

  1. Rich Again by Anna Maxted (Early Reviewer)
  2. The Girlfriend’s Guide to Understanding Men by Bo Sebastian (Early Reviewer)
  3. Glory in Death by J.D. Robb
  4. 2nd Chance by James Patterson
  5. E is for Evidence by Sue Grafton
  6. Angels Flight by Michael Connelly
  7. The Fellowship of the Ring by J.R.R. Tolkien – IN PROGRESS
  8. Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy – IN PROGRESS (do not anticipate finishing in one month)

I think it’s time I start keeping my list short and sweet. My series books should be quick and easy, one from the list is a emailed copy, another an audiobook, and one is extremely large. Here’s to a productive March!

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2 responses to “What’s on Your Nightstand? – February

  1. Abi

    I’m impressed by the amount of books you read! I wish I was a fast reader… I always wanted to read Anna Karenina and seems like a lot of people are reading that book these days. Good luck with making your list short and sweet from now on. :-)

  2. I too have always wanted to read Anna Karenina but haven’t gotten around to it. I love reading the classics when I do actually read them!

    You’ve got an interesting and eclectic list; thanks for joining in!

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