Bites
April 7, 2012
Judging by looks alone I know my number has gone down. Woohoo! Let’s see by how much . . .
The pile at the start of 2012 –

And its accompanying digital list –

DREAMING ANASTASIA by Joy Preble (free copy from BN)
THE BUTTERFLY CLUES by Kate Ellison
DROWNING INSTINCT by Ilsa J. Bick
MESMERIZE by Artist Arthur
ESCAPING TITANIC by Marybeth Lorbiecki
TITANIC by Philip Wilkinson
TIME VOYAGE by Steve Brezenoff
THE LIBERATION OF MAX MCTRUE by Kim Culbertson (from the author)
I was up last month to 195 total. I know I cranked them out in March. But just how much? I’m down to 190. Well . . . I’m just going to have to adjust my definition of “cranked.” But it’s still lower so I’ll take it. I did get hung up on a digital copy because it got stuck on my work computer. The pub archived it really early and my dumb ass didn’t download it at home. Good job. Learned from that one. Overall an improvement.
What March looked like –


And it’s own personal digital pile (from NetGalley unless otherwise stated) –

THE POISON DIARIES by Maryrose Wood (Epic Reads deal)
DREAMING ANASTASIA by Joy Preble (free copy from BN)
YEAR OF THE BEASTS by Cecil Castellucci
SHADOW & BONE by Leigh Bardugo
THE TREACHERY OF BEAUTIFUL THINGS by Ruth Long
THE RAFT by SA Bodeen
TITANIC by Diane Hoh
HANGING BY A THREAD by Sophie Littlefield
Look at my ARC pile (far left)! It’s shrinking!!! I love it! I feel less and less like a douche every day! And the newly acquired pile (far right) is still a baby. Hopefully it stays that way.

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