March 1st, 2007

Teddy: Tatty (Flowers)

Story Links - February 2007

During February 2007, I made several in-roads into fulfilling my Fannish New Year's Resolutions

Firstly, I wrote my longest Gibbs/Ducky story to date, and also the story that I, thus far consider to be my best - The Common Factor. It isn't really long by my own, and many other people's standards, as it's only 13,316 words, but it's still the longest G/D story I have thus far written.

Secondly, I kept up my vow to take part in more ncis_flashfic challenges, as thus far I haven't missed a challenge. (Okay, so there have only been four, thus far, but even so . . .)

Thirdly, I wrote stories (yes, plural) that weren't NCIS; I wrote a Due South and a Man From U.N.C.L.E story.

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Teddy: Tatty (Flowers)

Books read in February 2007

Another quite good month on the book reading front. But as with January, none of them were 'difficult' or heavy reads. However, I have enjoyed all of them, very much; they are all re-reads for when I just want a book I can read without the need for too much concentration.

Tell me, is it just me or does anyone else feel vaguely let down if a book they read is not a 're-read' but one that you end up getting rid of?

Of the books read this month, all except one (Shopaholic And Baby) were crime/mystery books.


A Stitch In Time - Monica Ferris (245 pages)
Unravelled Sleeve - Monica Ferris (243 pages)
A Murderous Yarn - Monica Ferris (243 pages)
Hanging By A Thread - Monica Ferris (263 pages)
Cutwork - Monica Ferris (258 pages)
Crewel Yule - Monica Ferris (240 pages)
Embroidered Truths - Monica Ferris (273 pages)
Shopaholic And Baby - Sophie Kinsella (364 pages)
The Riddle Of The Third Mile - Colin Dexter (224 pages)
The Secret Of Annex 3 - Colin Dexter (218 pages)
On What Grounds - Cleo Coyle (270 pages)