Saturday, February 28, 2015

Monthly Roundup - February 2015

Books read in February = 8

Helbeck of Bannisdale by Mrs Humphry Ward
In Chancery by John Galsworthy

The Winter Foundlings by Kate Rhodes
The Crooked House by Christobel Kent
The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins
The Mangle Street Murders by M R C Kasasian

One Pair of Feet by Monica Dickens
The King in the North by Max Adams (NF)

rereading Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte - 100/407p

Fiction = 7
Non-Fiction = 1
Library Books = 5
E-books = 0
Off my Shelf - 3

Other Posts

Reading England 2015 - Where to next?
Library Loot                                          
Shirley Country - A Visual Tour
I'm Reading..                                 
Library Loot - Books for The Begorrathon

Added to My Bookshelf = 2

Early for my hairdressing appointment I popped into the charity shop and couldn't resist the James Herriot which I bought for the beautiful photographs of Yorkshire but no doubt will also reread the stories. For $2 the poetry anthology was too good to leave behind.

The Best of James Herriot - memories of a country vet
The Rattle Bag - edited by Seamus Heaney and Ted Hughes.

What's Ahead in March

  • hopefully another month of summer although the mornings already have an autumn feel.
  • continuing Jane Eyre
  • To Let - the third part of The Forsyte Saga
  • another county, another book for Reading England
  • The Begorrathon - reading Ireland.
That should be enough to keep me busy!


  1. You did awesome for books! I want to read The Girl on the Train.
    Happy March reading!

  2. Replies
    1. At this time of the year it's about all I can manage.

  3. Hey Cat, I'm wondering if you're still interested in reading Beowulf in May? I was thinking of making it my first read-along and posting some notes on it, as I've led a discussion on it before. What do you think?