June Wrap Up

Another month, another wrap up! You guys seemed to be a fan of the new layout last month, so I think I’m going to stick with that (or some variation of it) going forward. Continue reading

May Wrap Up

I read a bunch of amazing books last month that I can’t wait to talk about! Also, I’m trying something a little new this month in the formatting of my wrap up posts; let me know what you think in the quick poll at the end.

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April Wrap Up Part 2

So I actually got a ton of reading ton during the second half of April, largely because I got sucked into the world that is Maisey Yates’ Copper Ridge series, though I also read the new Courtney Milan book and finally made it to Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People About Race! Continue reading

April Wrap Up Part 1

April got off to a pretty slow start since my sister was in town for a week and I had a lot going on at work and with friends, but I made up for it this past weekend! Unfortunately most of what I’ve been reading so far this month hasn’t been living up to my expectations, but I’m still excited to talk about these books. Continue reading

March Wrap Up Part 2

Like the first half of the month, my reading took a bit of an unexpected turn during the second half of March. I know I said I wanted to finish Grant this month, but I didn’t think it would actually happen since there were so many other books I wanted to read. Not to spoil everything, but I actually wound up finishing Grant! Which means I didn’t do a ton of other reading during the second half of the month. Continue reading

March Wrap Up Part 1

As promised, I’m back to doing mid-month wrap ups so these posts don’t get too out of hand! My reading has been off to a pretty strong start this month, though I’m itching to pick up some nonfiction. As you’ll see in this post, I haven’t read any in a while!

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February Wrap Up

February might be a short month, but I still got lots of reading in! It was actually a really solid reading month, so I have some really good books to recommend if you haven’t read them yet. Continue reading