February in Retrospect

A couple of days late, but better late than never, right? That’s what I’ll tell myself no matter how many people disagree, so it’s best just to smile and nod.

Anyway, it’s time to take a look back and see what was done here this past month.

Reviews

Three Princes, by Ramona Wheeler
Redoubt, by Mercedes Lackey
Black Dog, by Rachel Neumeier
The Waking Engine, by David Edison
Generation V, by M L Brennan
Bastion, by Mercedes Lackey
And All the Stars, by Andrea K Höst
Ring, by Suzuki Koji

Guest posts

Django Wexler, talking about writing his latest novella, John Golden: Freelance Debugger
Anna Kashina, talking about the Cha’ori culture seen in her novel Blades of the Old Empire

Other stuff

I ran a giveaway for some of my handmade bookmarks, which seemed to go pretty well and generated some nice interest. (And let me find a couple of people who are interested in doing craft trades, which makes me very happy and reminds me that eh-heh, I still have some emails to reply to when I get the time.)
I wrote about why I will forever love Mercedes Lackey’s Valdemar novels, and what they means for me and have done for me over the years.
I started up a feature entitled “On the Watchlist,” a somewhat irregularly-scheduled little thing to highlight some of the books that I have my eye on, either upcoming or books that I somehow missed in the past and don’t actually have copies of (yet).

Upcoming

March is going to be a nicely busy month for me. I’m expecting a good 8 reviews to be posted, I have 2 giveaways scheduled, at least 1 guest post, an excerpt from an upcoming piece of awesomeness, and that’s just what I have scheduled at this exact moment. Undoubtedly more will come as the month goes on. But there’ll be a lot going on here, so stay tuned for some good bookish fun!

One comment on “February in Retrospect

  1. I bookmarked your Valdemar post to read at my leisure as I think it’ll be one I want to comment on. Now to actually sit sown and read it!

    Looking forward to your March posts!

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