Monthly Summary: February 2015

February has been a fairly productive month for me in terms of my blog.
I feel as though I’m slowly but surely catching up and getting back into the swing of things after the Christmas and New Year break. I caught up on some reviews, and introduced my new On Reading… feature to my blog, which is something I really enjoyed writing as it gave me a real opportunity to vent my overflowing enthusiasm for certain books in a way that probably wouldn’t be suitable for book reviews, including talking about major plot/character points and spoilers.

Books Read and Reviewed

The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins

The Diviners by Libbra Bray

Revivial by Stephen King

Darkfever by Karen Marie Moning

Featured Posts

Top Ten Tuesday

I Can’t Believe I Haven’t Read These Classics Yet!

Book Related Problems (That I Wouldn’t Be Without)

A Few of my Favourite Heroines in Literature

The Weekend Post

February 1st
February 15th

On Reading…

Revival by Stephen King

Darkfever by Karen Marie Moning

Other New Posts

#BookADayUk February 2015

Days 1 – 15
Days 16 – 28

Reading Challenges

February Reading Challenge Progress

Flights of Fantasy Reading Challenge

2015 Key Word Reading Challenge

2015 TBR Pile Reading Challenge

2015 I Love Libraries Reading Challenge


#Bookadayuk on Twitter hosted by Borough Press.

I feel just in the right kind of mood for another Read-A-Thon, but as far as I know there aren’t any coming up in the foreseeable future. Or am I wrong? If anyone knows of any events please do let me know.


And so ends another month here on Pages and Tea.
Am looking forward to some great reading throughout March.
I’ll be away for the first week or so of March, but will definitely be back as soon as possible with more bookish chat/reviews/etc.  I’d really like to start making more discussion type posts on my blog, so might look at something like that when I’m back.

Happy reading!!

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