Mt TBR report: April 2015

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Reading slowed to a crawl this month, thanks to an especially busy month (both personally and professionally). Even the read-a-thon didn’t save me. I’m a little disappointed not to have kept up the pace of the last few months, however that rate tends to be more exception than rule. It will be interesting to see how I fare over the next month.

Mt TBR status

Mt TBR @ 1 January 2015: 202
Mt TBR @ 31 March 2015: 215
Mt TBR @ 30 April 2015: 220

Books read

22. City of Fae by Pippa DaCosta. Review forthcoming.

23. Malifaux: A Character-driven skirmish game by Wyrd Games. Pretty much what it says on the box. Skirmish games like Warhammer never appealed to me. However, Malifaux’s mix of steampunk and Southern gothic horror makes it pretty tempting. I very much enjoyed the short stories Wyrd Games have included between the different sections of rules.

Books acquired

Aurora: Centralis by Amanda Bridgeman
Thorn by Intisar Kanani
The Art of Effective Dreaming by Gillian Polack
Malifaux by Wyrd Games
Malifaux: Rising Powers by Wyrd Games
Malifaux: Twisting Fates by Wyrd Games
Haven Lost by Josh de Lioncourt

Online Reading

The Best of Broken Resolutions by Pia Foxhall. A non-canon, standalone, alternate universe piece utilising Pia’s characters from The Court of Five Thrones. In this piece they are regular humans competing in the field of architecture. When the two firms come together to celebrate New Year’s Eve, the result is all kinds of broken resolutions. I confess it didn’t do a whole lot for me, but I found the concrete details (specific brands and places) an interesting mix with these almost-fantasy character. Gulvi also made me chuckle. As usual, a reminder that this is an original fantasy m/m erotica and not suitable for all audiences.

So, that’s it from me. What have you read this month?


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2 Responses to Mt TBR report: April 2015

  1. Andi Miller (@estellasrevenge) May 4, 2015 at 9:12 am #

    Here’s wishing you luck that your reading picks back up. I’m hoping the same for myself as online courses that I teach wind down.

    • Elizabeth May 4, 2015 at 9:21 am #

      Thank you! My reading is already starting to pick up again. I hope it turns out the same for you.

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