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Books Read in February, 2011

Sitting at the computer this morning with a cup of peppermint tea. Seems to calm my insides down somewhat.

Since it's the beginning of the month, I thought I'd start by posting up my reading from February. Due to my health concerns, I got in a lot of reading last month, though the problem was that since I was flat on my back, 'twas difficult to read hardcovers. Anyway, here's the book reads.

Books Read in February, 2011

Grass by Sheri Tepper (r)

The Laundry Roleplaying Game by Gareth Hanrahan, Jason Durall, and John Snead (RPG)

The Navel of the Earth: Easter Island by Jennifer Vanderbes

January, 2011 Locus

The Ganymede Club by Charles Sheffield

Orbital Decay by Allen Steele (r)

Convergence by Charles Sheffield

Resurgence by Charles Sheffield

(A Roleplaying Game manuscript that I can't mention here)

February, 2011 Locus

Clarke County, Space by Allen Steele (r)

Overall, it was a pretty good reading month, only because my health necessitated it for a while. I read mostly paperbacks this month, for the obvious reason. Overall, I managed to read 7 novels, 2 RPGs and RPG products, 2 magazines, 0 comics, and 0 graphic novels in February. This brings the year total in 2011 to 12 books, 6 RPGs and RPG products, 3 magazines, 6 comics, and 0 graphic novels.

As per usual, thoughts and comments are welcome. :)
Tags: books, month total, reading

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