Literary Life: February in Review

I’d like to say this wasn’t one of the highlights of February, but I do so enjoy a giant Kinder egg!

I’ve mostly overcome my reading slump this month, I’ve made my way through some books that I’ve wanted to finish for ages. Think Like An Artist especially threw me back into book consumption.

Currently Reading:

Ex Libris by Anne Fadiman



I’ve Read:

  1. Me and Earl and the Dying Girl – Jesse Andrews
  2. A Boy Named Phyllis: A Suburban Memoir – Frank DeCaro
  3. The Noise of Time – Julian Barnes
  4. The God of Small Things – Arundhati Roy
  5. Chess – Stefan Zweig
  6. Woolgathering – Patti Smith
  7. The Hunting of the Snark – Lewis Carroll
  8. High-Rise – J.G. Ballard
  9. Think Like an Artist – Will Gompertz
  10. Playing to the Gallery – Grayson Perry
  11. The Actual One – Isy Suttie

How was your literary February?

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Looks like you’ve had a great month. February was good for me too – I finished over double the amount of books than I did in January!

p.s. I want a giant Kinder egg :-D

Charlie (The Worm Hole)

Yay for getting through the slump so well! I’ve not had a giant Kinder, somehow I was under the impression we don’t get them here.

February wasn’t so good but I’ve high hopes for March and it’s started well.

Jenny @ Reading the End

Mine was good! Lots of reading! Most notably, I finished Ron Chernow’s massive Alexander Hamilton biography, a feat about which I am feeling thoroughly smug. I have met my quota of enormous biographies for the year, I believe. :p