August 2014: A Month in Review

A Month in Review

Despite the fact that August was one of the busiest months of work that I’ve had thus far, it has also been extremely productive in terms of blogging.  I put it down to the fact that switching to more of a review consideration approach has lowered my stress level tremendously, and rather than stressing about deadlines, I’ve been reading what I want to read when I want to read it.  Here are the books that I reviewed this month:

And for anyone who missed it, I still have a giveaway going on until September 5 for Emily Croy Barker’s book The Thinking Woman’s Guide to Real Magic.  If you haven’t entered yet, please take a moment to do so!

As we’re three quarters of the way through 2014, I’d also like to take a moment to revisit some of the reading challenges that I’ve been participating in.  I’ve fallen behind on the TBR pile challenge, but have been doing quite well on the others.

2014 PoC Speculative Fiction Challenge – 6/6 books read

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The 2014 TBR Pile Reading Challenge – 5/12 books read

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Strange Chemistry & Exhibit A Reading Month – 4/1 books read

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