Monthly Wrap Ups

June Wrap Up // basking in five star glory

Fun fact: June does not in fact have 31 days. And apparently the 31st day didn't just disappear... it never existed!! Who woulda thunk *shrug.* I don't know how I made it this far in life without knowing that, but I'm blaming this mix up on my fuzzy summer brain. Soo reading! June was a… Continue reading June Wrap Up // basking in five star glory

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May Wrap Up // the month of the contemporary

Oy! Hope everyone had an ah-MAY-zing May! Is this the eighteen-th time I've made this joke this month? Yes. Yes it is. But it makes me chuckle every time so let me and my puns be, ok. It has been a very busy month, but at the same time I look back to see what… Continue reading May Wrap Up // the month of the contemporary

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February Wrap Up // *sigh*

February was a very slumpy month for April I was hinted of a slump when I picked up four separate books and couldn’t find the motivation to finish any of them. I think I’ll come back to them eventually but I’ve temporarily dnf’ed Hot British Boyfriend (annoying mc), The Love Curse of Melody McIntyre (Melody… Continue reading February Wrap Up // *sigh*

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December Wrap Up // the one where 2020 is FINALLY over

2020. *dramatic sigh* Heh… what a year. It tested patience, proved all the outlandish sci-fi technology dependent societies are 100% more realistic than we thought, and basically wrecked havoc. I’m just glad its over.  As far as months go, December was pretty solid. I read 33 books this month. I did manage to reach my… Continue reading December Wrap Up // the one where 2020 is FINALLY over

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October Wrap Up

Hey bookworms! Happy November! Instead of making some cheesy remark about how time flies, I'm just going to hop right in. ⭐️⭐️⭐️ Blood and Honey by Shelby MahurinThe case of the should-have-been-a-duology, but instead we dragged-it-out-by-adding-an-unnecessary-middle-book. ⭐️⭐️ The Code For Love and Heartbreak by Jillian Cantor I was very excited for an Emma retelling, but it… Continue reading October Wrap Up