Hosted by Sheila @ Book Journey

In the last fortnight I read something which said fortnight wasn’t an American word (in the sense it is now creeping into regular usage over there). Is this true? What do you call a period of two weeks then; just two weeks? And I thought our differences came down to pants and suspenders (only suitable work attire in America to give you a clue).

So onto my incredibly British fortnightly recap. Despite having a week off work, I didn’t really get much more reading done although thanks to Dewey’s 24 Hour Readathon, I am now a bit behind in review writing. I’m pretty sure it’s Australian Masterchef that’s eating into my reading time! I seem to have a lot of half-finished books lying around which is quite unlike me. Planning to sort that out this week. However, there has been quite a lot going on blogwise, including my new Catalogue Spotlight feature.

Read last fortnight:

Alice in Zombieland by Gena Showalter
The Space Between Us by Thrity Umrigar
Fury’s Kiss by Karen Chance
A Walk in the Park by Jill Mansell
Dark Lover by J.R. Ward
Pantomime by Laura Lam
The Confidant by Hélène Grémillon
The Calling by Kelley Armstrong

Also reviewed:

Devil’s Bargain by Rachel Caine
The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky
The Explorer by James Smythe

Currently reading:

Monsieur by Emma Becker
Grimm Tales by Philip Pullman
The Maze Runner by James Dashner
A Street Cat Named Bob by James Bowen

Upcoming reads:

Everything in “currently reading”!

Also on the blog:

Catalogue Spotlight: Canongate | Incoming!
Catalogue Spotlight: Head of Zeus | #Readathon: The Starting Line
#Readathon: Hour 8 | #Readathon: Half Way Mark
#Readathon: Rise and Shine! | #Readathon: The End
Incoming! | Cover Reveal: The Pirate’s Wish

Search terms:*

“action that kills monsters book worm”
Is there a monster bookworm insecticide?

The mind boggles (am too scared to search for this).

“dead owl on your doorstep”
It was probably your cat and not a medieval cult but you never know…

“fake dog that looks real”

“pre-creased spine”
The height of laziness!

“orang eutopia”
I really want a eutopia for orangutans to exist.

“i hate bullies jerks”
Don’t we all πŸ™

“giving up is liberating”
It is, don’t punish yourself!

*Idea stolen borrowed from Amanda‘s Clock Rewinders feature.