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Monthly Wrap Up – January 2021

The first month of 2021 is done, and it flew by. I read a lot of books this month, and celebrated my birthday!  This year I want to focus on my goals for the year. So here we go: I wanted to grow my blog, and I got […]

November 2020 Monthly Wrap Up

Welcome to December! We’re in the home stretch of this dumpster fire of a year.  I still want to keep up with the trend of highlighting positive things each month, so here’s my positives for November: I made major progress in reading my ARCs. I got the 50 […]

October 2020 Monthly Wrap Up

I still want to keep up with the trend of highlighting positive things each month, so here’s my positives for October: I diversified my genres a bit more than usual. I read not just one, but two books that fell under the umbrella of horror (even though they […]

August 2020 Monthly Wrap Up

August was incredibly hot, but it’s a step closer to autumn, which is one of my favorite seasons! Bring on the changing leaves, pumpkin everything, cool weather, and boots and sweaters! Last month was also super busy for me, but I still managed to read an impressive amount […]

July 2020 Monthly Wrap Up

July felt like it flew by! At this point in the year, I think it’s pretty safe to write 2020 off as a complete and total dumpster fire of a year. But I’m still sticking with my plan of finding and listing positives in each month. So here’s […]

June 2020 Monthly Wrap Up

I’m resigned to the fact that 2020 is just a raging dumpster fire of a year. However, I find myself actively looking for the positives that I can find. Here’s what I came up with in June: My library opened up for curbside pickup, so I’ve been making […]

May 2020 Monthly Wrap Up

2020 is shaping up to be a truly difficult year. Each month has been harder than the last, and May was rough on so many levels. I’ve continued to find comfort and escape in reading, both from stressful events in the world and in my personal life. I’ve […]

April 2020 Monthly Wrap Up

April was a rough month. I’ve noticed that bookish people are falling into one of two categories in how we’re coping with stress — those who can’t focus on reading, and those who are reading excessively. I’m in the second category, but I have an agreement with a […]