Monday, 2 January 2012

December 2011 Recap

Here is the list of books I read in November but reviewed in December:
(The links will take you to my reviews)
  1. Immortal Beloved - Cate Tiernan
  2. First Grave on the Right - Darynda Jones
  3. For I Have Sinned - Darynda Jones (Novella)
  4. Unleashed - Nancy Holder & Debbie Viguie
  5. Hard Bitten - Chloe Neill
  6. Glass Houses - Rachel Caine
  7. Lament - Maggie Stiefvater
  8. Night Veil - Yasmine Galenorn
  9. Nightlife - Rob Thurman
  10. Tiger's Voyage - Colleen Houck
  11. The Girl in the Steel Corset - Kady Cross
  12. Beauty Dates the Beast - Jessica Sims
  13. The Truth About Celia Frost - Paula Rawsthorne
  14. Unearthly - Cynthia Hand
  15. The Strange Case of Finley Jayne - Kady Cross (Novella)
  16. Dark Inside - Jeyn Roberts
  17. Succubus Revealed - Richelle Mead
  18. Fire and Thorns - Rae Carson
Books read in December:
(Links will take you to my reviews)
  1. Carrier of the Mark - Leigh Fallon
  2. We Can Be Heroes - Catherine Bruton
  3. Wildefire - Karsten Knight
  4. Fated - Sarah Alderson (review coming soon)
  5. Soul Beach - Kate Harrison
  6. Spellbound - Cara Lynn Shultz
  7. Socks Are Not Enough - Mark Lowery
  8. Drink Deep - Chloe Neill
  9. A Taste of Midnight - Lara Adrian (Novella)
  10. Forsaken - Jana Oliver
  11. Tempest Rising - Tracy Deebs
  12. Virals - Kathy Reichs
  13. Undead - Kirsty McKay
  14. Deception - Lee Nichols
  15. Angel's Fury - Bryony Pearce
  16. Forgotten - Cat Patrick
  17. Street Game - Christine Feehan
  18. When Beauty Tamed the Beast - Eloisa James
  19. Immortal Rider - Larissa Ione
  20. Trapped - Michael Northrop
  21. A Clockwork Christmas - Anthology
  22. Winter Wishes - Anthology
  23. A Vampire for Christmas - Anthology
  24. Bood Feud - Alyxandra Harvey (review coming soon)
  25. Hana - Lauren Oliver (Short Story)
  26. Blackwatch - Jenna Burtenshaw (review coming soon)
  27. A Beautiful Evil - Kelly Keaton (review coming soon)
  28. Santa's Twin - Dean Koontz (Picture Book)
  29. Alien Proliferation - Gini Koch (review coming soon)
  30. Two Weddings (and One Near Funeral) - Moira Rogers (Short Story) (review coming soon)
  31. Supernaturally - Kiersten White (review coming soon)
  32. Cipher - Moira Rogers (review coming soon)
December Guest Reviews:
December Books of the Month:
(Choices are made from books reviewed this month)

My top YA read in December:

Forgotten by Cat Patrick (read my review here)

My top adult reads in December:

Succubus Revealed by Richelle Mead (read my review here)
Immortal Rider by Larissa Ione (read my review here)

Publisher Spotlight:

Publisher Spotlight is a new weekly feature here on Feeling Fictional where I'm highlighting upcoming books from different publishers.  Check out the following posts and let me know which books you'll be adding to your wish list!
Challenge Updates:

So 2011 is over and I think I did pretty well at the challenges I'd joined.  The only one I didn't manage to finish was the Support Your Local Library Challenge which is a shame but I have too many of my own books that are still waiting to be read for me to worry too much about that.  I think that is the only challenge that I'm not planning to continue next year but I'll include the 2012 challenges I've signed up for in my January Recap.
2011 100+ Reading Challenge - Read 100/100 COMPLETE
2011 Debut Author Challenge - Read 12/12 COMPLETE
2011 British Books Challenge - Read 50/50 COMPLETE
2011 New Author Challenge - Read 50/50 COMPLETE
NAC Mini Challenge - Steampunk (Feb 2011) - Read 2/5 COMPLETE (This challenge was to read up to 5 steampunk books in February, I knew I wouldn't have time to read 5 so I'm happy with my total of 2)
NAC Mini Challenge - TBR Newbies (April & May 2011) - READ 6/6 COMPLETE (I actually managed to read 8 books for this challenge but only the first 6 count)


  1. what you read a book a day???
    how do you have time to read so much every day?

  2. Flipping heck Sarah! You are a reading machine! YOu go girl.

  3. @ Em - I don't have a TV or internet access at home at the moment & it's amazing how much time that frees up for reading :o)

    @ roro - thanks :o)

    @ Viv - it's not being on twitter all day that does it! I miss chatting with everyone but I'm enjoying getting so much reading time



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