Welcome back to The Monthly Digest here at Late Nights with Good Books. With these posts I hope to recap everything reading- and blogging-related for the past month.
Favorite Read from February:
The Lies of Locke Lamora by Scott Lynch
Notable Quote from February:
If a life can be ruined in a single moment, a moment of betrayal, or violence, or ill luck, then why can a life not also be saved, be worth living, be made, by just a few pure moments of perfection?
―Marcus Sedgwick, Midwinterblood
February Features:Showcase Sunday #11
An Evening with Lois Lowry
Top Ten Reasons I Love Being a Reader & Being a Blogger
First of all, I now have a Pinterest account. I had a personal one connected to my Facebook but got bored of it over time. This one is going to be primarily reading- and writing-related, and hopefully it'll last longer. Feel free to follow me! (And let me know so I can follow you back.)
Part of the reason behind my decision to create a Pinterest account is because I've been reading Susan Dennard's wonderful advice posts for writers. They're so detailed and so, so helpful. I confess that I haven't actually read her debut trilogy yet, but I plan on doing so soon!
I'm also working my way (very slowly) through Maria Tatar's The Hard Facts of the Grimms' Fairy Tales.
March will be a month for writing. My goal will be 7,000 words, but hopefully I'll end up writing quite a bit more. Positive thinking here.
How was your February?