Rewind and Review: February

1 Feb

Rewind & Review is an AMAZING new meme hosted jointly by two fabulous ladies, Ginger from Greads! and Lisa from Lisa Is Busy Nerding. This meme is all about mining your TBR piles and finding some long-lost gems (from 2010 or earlier) that you meant to read and somehow passed over. I KNOW, but it happens. Each month, each participant picks a few oldies but hopefully goodies to read, reviews ’em, and spreads the word. Huzzah!

I’m so excited for this meme, guys! I love that it’s kind of loosey goosey with the rules. Like I can post my reviews–however many I choose–when they fit my schedule. PLUS, it’s a great way to make some headway on my own personal challenge of 2012 to conquer my Pile of Shame, which, sadly, continues to grow. But I can’t wait to get started!! Thanks SO MUCH, Ginger and Lisa, for such a killer idea!

Sooooo…without further ado, for the month of February, I’m going to be rewinding and reviewing:

Let’s get on it, guys!! My first review (for Sword of the Rightful King) will be up lickety-split!


2 Responses to “Rewind and Review: February”

  1. Candice February 2, 2012 at 11:28 am #

    Isn’t this meme the greatest! I love seeing books that I might have missed or books I read a long time ago and seeing someone else has discovered them! Looking forward to your reviews!

  2. April Books&Wine February 5, 2012 at 10:13 am #

    I still need to read the Demon King too!

    OMG YAY VAMPIRE ACADEMY! You need to hop on that like yesterday. Also I am so far behind in my google reader that perhaps you already did hop on that yesterday hahaha.

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