Tuesday, March 1, 2011

February 2011 Reads

Total books completed: 12

Pages: 2,814
New Authors: 4 
Mystery: 5
Non-Fiction: 0 
Fiction: 5
Young Adult: 2 
Audio: 6
Own: 4 (includes two books that I owned, but listened to most of the book on audio, which was borrowed)
Bought: 0
Review: 4 
Borrowed: 6 
DNF: 1

A Discovery of Witches by Deborah Harkness
A Crafty Killing by Lorraine Bartlett
Apple Turnover Murder by Joanne Fluke
Wake by Lisa McMann
Fade by Lisa McMann
The Passage by Justin Cronin
Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter by Seth Grahame-Smith
Stitch me Deadly by Amanda Lee
Simple Genius by David Baldacci
Carolina Moon by Nora Roberts
Polished Off by Lila Dare
Peony in Love by Lisa See

I'm not doing too bad on the challenges so far.  There are some I really need to get moving on, such as the Off the Shelf Challenge and Buy 1 Book and Read it.  Lots of books made it into the house...I just haven't read any of them yet. haha!

Off the Shelf: 7/30
New Author: 7/50
Hometown Challenge: 0/4
Gothic Reading Challenge: 0/1
Strong Heroine Challenge: 1/12
Urban Fantasy Challenge: 3/15
I want More Book Challenge: 2/4
What’s in a Name?4: 0/6
Paranormal/Fantasy reading challenge: 2/12
Series Challenge season 5: 0/2 series, 1/7 books
1st in a Series challenge: 4/12
War Through the Generations: 2.5/10
Young Adult challenge: 5/20 
Mystery and Suspense: 3/12
Cruisin’ Through the Cozies: 7/13
Buy 1 book and read it: 0/12
Audio Books: 9/20
2011 Pub Challenge: 6/11


Veggiemomof2 said...

You totally rock! I found a tutorial that tells me how to make a progress bar for my challenges, but haven't had time to read it yet.

Mari said...

Congrats, a successful month!

Listening to 6 audio books, I listen more than I get to read but you have me beat. I can't remember listening to more than 3 books in a month. I'm impressed! :)

Have a great March

Kris said...

Veggiemomof2 - Thanks! I like seeing the progress bars! Once you have time to create them..you'll have to put a link to the directions on your blog so I can check it out too. haha

Mari - Thanks! I actually started to listen to some while running, so that helped a lot. Plus I have a routine I do each morning for my job, so I know it well, and I'm able to listen to the audio books while I do this and pay attention to both things.

Professor Stacy said...

We read so many of the same books! :o)

Kris said...

Prof. Stacey - we really do! That's one reason I love following your blog, I'm always walking away withe a higher wish list.