Category: Monthly Wrap Up

Monthly Wrap Up April 2023

April was another busy month. Passover took a lot of physical and mental energy, and my sister even came to visit us from out of town for the holiday. It was nice to get to see her and have the help, but it’s also nice to have things […]

State Of The ARC #26

I finished March with 16 ARCs left to be read.  April was a month that I apparently spent aboard the struggle bus. I was hoping to make a big dent in my ARCs and not request any more, but as you’ll see below, life didn’t exactly work out […]

Monthly Wrap Up March 2023

March feels like it went by quickly, and it was a hectic month. Since it was so busy, I didn’t get as much done reading-wise as I was hoping to, but I also had some fun celebrating Purim, a Jewish holiday. However, it also meant that Passover is […]

State Of The ARC #25

I finished February with 13 ARCs left to be read.  March turned out to be a really hectic month for me, and I didn’t get as far with my ARCs as I was hoping to. I definitely didn’t do very well with requesting less books, since there were […]

State Of The ARC #24

I finished January with 10 ARCs left to be read and 2 reviews to publish.  Wow, February just flew by, and I was not ready for that to happen. I was kind of expecting it to go slowly, like January! Anyone else feel like that, or just me? […]

State Of The ARC #23

I finished December with 15 ARCs left to be read and 1 review to publish.  January is one of my favorite months of the year. There’s a combination of the slow pace after the rush and bustle of the holidays, the fact that my birthday is at the […]

Disappointing Reads Of 2022

I’ve done posts about my favorite audiobooks, my favorite nonfiction books, and my favorite debuts of 2022, and now it’s time to talk about those books that let me down. While the majority of the books that I read were really enjoyable, they can’t all be winners, right? […]

Monthly Wrap Up December 2022

And that’s a wrap on 2022! I’m not sorry to see that year go, but there were some high points to it. Spending time with my family and friends, meeting some really incredible people through social media, and becoming really close with a few of the people that […]