February 2023 Wrap Up

Posted March 1, 2023 by Carole in Monthly Wrap-Up / 10 Comments

February 2023

February was a relatively calm month.  I enjoy my quiet routines but I suspect my college-age daughter is not impressed and is realizing her parents are incredibly boring.  I had a couple of days that I was able to work from home which was a nice break from my daily commute.  We stayed home for the most part with the occasional trip to the grocery store, the library, and my mother’s home.  We finished 6 puzzles during the month.

I had another great reading month.  I am a bit surprised that I was able to get to as many books as I did but I do hope that I can keep it up.  I am still working on Instagram and even decided to start a second account to document my puzzles.  I am ending the month with 3.811 followers on Bookstagram (I only include this stat every month so that I can keep track of the growth of my account.)

I am linking this post to the Monthly Wrap-Up at Feed Your Fiction Addiction.

Books Read

Reading Stats
Books Read: 24
Audiobooks: 16
Digital Books: 6
Print Books: 1
Combination Print & Audio: 1
Re-Reads: 0
DNF: 0

Book Source for Books Read in February
NetGalley: 13
Edelweiss: 0
Direct from Publisher/Author/Narrator/Publicist: 13
Purchased/Freebie: 2
Kindle Unlimited/Audible Plus: 2
Borrowed/Library:  4
*Some books may fit into more than one category

Goodreads: 48/100

End of the Month NetGalley Stats
Feedback Ratio: 94% 
 789 Approved | 743 Feedback Sent

End of the Month Edelweiss Stats
0 books to review | 99 downloaded

Favorite of the Month

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How was your month? Do you have any reading or blogging goals for March?

10 responses to “February 2023 Wrap Up

  1. Wow. I could tell you were reading more by the doubled up reviews. My college age daughter loves that I am “boring” because it means she can sleep more hours of the day. I generally do 4 reviews a week but read a couple extras sometimes in library book or KU or things I don’t write a review for them.

  2. Great job with your reading and Instagram! Your comment about your daughter discovering how boring you are made me laugh. My daughter and I are both big true crime fans and I always tell her that if something happens to me she’s going to be seriously disappointed because I have no big secrets or anything that I’m hiding.

  3. I like a calm, boring life! 🙂 Wow, you read a lot of books and you’re doing great with your feedback ratio and challenges. I’ve been doing more puzzles too. There’s a whole puzzle community on Instagram.