February 2018 Reading Wrap-Up!

Feb Wrap Up

My reading this month wasn’t as great as January but I think it was down to reading Gerald’s Game by Stephen King; this took me agesssss to read which meant I didn’t end up reading as many physical books as usual. I did manage to read 7 books overall though which is still impressive! According to goodreads, I’m still 2 books ahead of my reading goal and in my Reading Statistics Spreadsheet, I’m set to read 106 books this year if I carry on at this rate. I also managed to read 2090 pages this month and my current average rating is 3.8

5 of these were ARC’s which I’m not surprised by, I’ve been going a bit crazy on NetGalley with requesting books. Even worse is that the more you read and review, then the more you can request and it won’t affect your % feedback score as much which means I can request even more and my feedback score would still be ok 😥 Of the other 2 books, one was a backlist book and another was published in 2018.

I read one Horror book, 3 Romance books of which 2 were LQBTQIA+, 3 of them were thrillers.

Hearts Like Hers – Melissa Brayden (4-Star)

Waking Oisin – Grace Kilian Delaney (3-Star)

Next To Die – T.J.Brearton (3-Star)

Don’t Trust Me – Joss Stirling (5-Star)

The Upside To Being Single – Emma Hart (3-Star)

Gerald’s Game – Stephen King (3-Star)

The Babysitter – Sheryl Browne (4-Star)

Have you read any of the books above or have them on your TBR – let’s discuss thoughts in the comments! I also hope you enjoyed the extra stats that are in this post and it’s something I’m hoping to carry forward in the rest of my wrap-up posts!

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