What a mediocre reading month! March was a rough month. I expected to get so much reading done during Spring Break, but adult responsibilities and National Boards and family obligations dominated that week off from school. Nothing I read this month “wowed” me or captivated me and frankly I had a hard time even picking up a book to read everyday.
I am currently still reading The Bear and the Nightingale by Katherine Arden and an ARC of The Killer In Me by Olivia Kiernan. I am very close to DNFing The Bear and the Nightingale though. There are way too many other fantasy books I want to be reading, plus ARCs I need to catch up on.
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February was not a great reading month. It started out strong with a tense, fast paced thriller and popular contemporary, but after those two books, I fell into a reading slump/hangover from those amazing books! Nothing compared to the first books I read in February, but I still managed to finish four books this month. My goal during school months is to read four books per month, which averages out to a book a week. Audiobooks are really helping me meet that goal right now as I finish working on National Boards and survive the stretch before testing season begins!
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My goal this month was to read four books, and I am happy to report I exceeded my goal with the help of audiobooks. January’s reading started off strong but then after my first three books, I had some very disappointing reads. But by the end of the month, I had read one of my most anticipated books of 2019 and ended the month on a high note.
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Hello, readers! Today I will be bringing you my October Wrap Up!
Here is a quick overview of the books I read:
★★★: People Like Us by Dana Mele; The Cabin at the End of the World by Paul Tremblay; The Wicked Deep by Shea Ernshaw; There’s Someone Inside Your House by Stephanie Perkins
★★★★: The Last Time I Lied by Riley Sager
★★★★★: The Anomaly by Michael Rutger
Audiobooks: The Last Time I Lied by Riley Sager; The Anomaly by Michael Rutger
Pages Read in July: 1,983 pages (not including the DNF’d books)
Hello, readers! Today I will be bringing you my September Wrap Up!
If you follow me on Instagram, you know I have had a terrible reading month. I fell in a slump at the beginning of August, and I don’t think I ever fully came out of that slump. But I am staying optimistic and hoping for better reading days this fall! Here is a quick overview of the books I read:
★★★★: Rule by Ellen Goodlett; A Simple Favor by Darcey Bell; Sea Witch by Sarah Henning
DNF’d: Bad Man by Dathan Auerbach (21%)
Pages Read in July: 1,056 pages (not including the DNF’d books)
★★★: The Broken Girls by Simone St. James
★★★★★: P.S. I Still Love You by Jenny Han (4.5/5); Always and Forever, Lara Jean by Jenny Han; The Dinner List by Rebecca Serle
DNF’d: The Chrysalis by Brendan Deenen
Pages Read in July: 1,282 pages (not including the DNF’d books)
Hello, readers! Today I will be bringing you my July Wrap Up!
I read seven books this month, which is amazing considering how busy July was for me. We took a week long trip and I had a lot of last minute summer to-do’s before I report back to school in August. Here is a quick overview of the books I read:
★★★: Sleeping Giants by Sylvain Neuvel,
★★★★: 99 Days by Katie Cotugno; Girls’ Night Out by Liz Fenton and Lisa Steinke; The Lying Game by Ruth Ware; The Death of Mrs. Westaway by Ruth Ware; Love & Gelato by Jenna Evans Welch; 9 Days and 9 Nights by Katie Cotugno
Audiobooks: 99 Days and 9 Days and 9 Nights by Katie Cotugno
ARCs: Girls’ Night Out by Liz Fenton and Lisa Steinke
DNF’d: Mask of Shadows by Linsey Miller; Queen of Hearts by Colleen Oakes
Pages Read in July: 2,450 pages (not including the DNF’d books)
Today I will be bringing you my June Wrap Up!
I read 10 books this month, which is the most I’ve read in a month this year. Summer vacation has been good to me! I am going to talk about the books in order that I read them. So let’s go ahead and get started.