Hey, all you lovely people out there. Let’s talk goal setting for the wonderful month of March. I don’t know about you, but I busted my proverbial ass in February. Why is it that every book in the world seems to want to come out in February?

Here are some of the goals I want to accomplish for March:

Book Reviews

Lingering – Melissa Simonson Buddy read with Evelina┬á(thirty
five percent completed)
Rijel 12: The Rise of New Australia: An action-packed thrill ride of rebellion and hope – King Medlin (Science Fiction)
Cryptofauna – by Patrick Canning (fifty percent completed)
To Best the Boys – Mary Weber (YA)
The Blighted City – Scott Kaelen (fantasy)
The Bastard from Fairyland – Phil Parker (fantasy)
In the Shadow of The House of God – Jeffrey G Roberts (novella)
A memory called Empire – Arkady Martine (fantasy)
Ethereal Custody – Byron Allavren (Novella)
The Clown – E.M McCarthy (Novella)
Lucid – Kristy Fairlamb (urban fantasy)
Forged in the Storm – RE Houser (Novella)
Baba Yaga – Jane Yollen (poetry) (twenty five percent completed)
The Unkindness of Magicians – (urban fantasy) (read)

Graphic Novel Reviews

  • Waves – Ingrid Chabert
  • Transmetropolitan – Reread/buddy read with Paul from Paul’s Picks
  • Vagrant Queen by Magdalene Visaggio
  • Valentina 1965
  • Blue is the Warmest Color (read)
  • Men of Wrath (read)
  • Brazen Woman (read)
  • The Fox and the Star (read)
  • Little Moments of Love (read)
  • Mooncop (read)
  • I have a goal of going through all of Vault Comics works. Their graphic novels are so well done and the art is quality.


  • 10 Horror Novels to read to start a Horror Novel Obsession

This is all tentative. I know that there will be a ton more posts and things. But this is some of the things I have to look forward to this month.


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