And that’s a wrap for Short Story February. All told, including the few more stories I read in the last two days of the month, I read 74 stories during the month, which is pretty darn good, I think.
Thanks to everyone who read a short story, or some extra ones, over the month, for SSF. We’ll do it again next year!
Current Reading – Now back to novels, I’m reading Ian Rankin’s 9th Rebus novel, Let It Bleed. Rebus is a hard character to like, but the plot is growing increasingly interesting as I reach the halfway point. Summary of my opinion next time.
Barbara started Michael Connelly’s The Wrong Side of Good-Bye but it came due and she had to return it to the library. While waiting for it to come around again, she read The Magnolia Story by JoAnna Gaines, The Voice of the Violin by Andrea Cammilleri, which is the fourth in the Inspector Mantalbano mysteries, and Make Me by Lee Child.
Now the Connelly book is back and she’ll be finishing it up this week. Next up is Black Lands by Belinda Bauer, suggested by the article in the current issue of Mystery Scene.