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
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!
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
Ack, I have so many books to talk about from the second half of the month. Seriously, I thought splitting my monthly wrap ups in two would keep them at a more reasonable length, but I have a bunch of books to talk about today, so settle in for a longer post! Continue reading
Another month, another wrap up! Unfortunately I can’t say my 2018 reading got off to the most perfect start, but then it took off dramatically and I’ve read a few amazing books that I’m really excited to talk about. Continue reading
I’ve been busy reading a lot of books in December! Enough that I think it makes sense to break my wrap up in two again so that it doesn’t get to be one massive, overwhelming post at the end of the month. Continue reading
Even though I basically didn’t read during the week of Thanksgiving, I somehow still managed to read 15 books this month. In case you missed it, I talked about a bunch of them in a wrap up halfway through November; this post is focusing on the reading I did for all of the readathons going on this month. Continue reading
I love the idea of doing individual wrap up posts for each readathon I’m participating in this month, but that would result in three separate posts plus a fourth one for non-readathon books I’ve read, which just seems a little crazy and prevents me from posting about other stuff. So today I’m going to share the books I read that aren’t a part of any readathons, and at the end of the month I’ll share my monthly stats and wrap ups for the ContemporaryAThon, Tome Topple, and Nonfiction November.