Tag: book wrap up

October Book Wrap Up: You Could Say It Was Bewitching

Did you make your October spooky? I decided to fill my month with witchy reads. And it went a little something like this.

September Book Wrap Up: Challenging Reads, Diverse Reads…and Magic??

I read so many books that were polar opposites this month. Let’s see how it all adds up.

July Book Wrap Up (The Month of Many Stars)

Six of Crows – Leigh Bardugo 4 out of 5 Stars This was my first book by Leigh Bardugo, and I really enjoyed it. All of the characters were unique and balanced in terms of skills and personalities. I would say this is in… Continue Reading “July Book Wrap Up (The Month of Many Stars)”

May AND June Book Wrap Up Because Well…

While the world went even more down the pooper during these months, I didn’t really spend my time reading or writing much of anything. Most of the books I “read” were audiobooks. So I decided to do a two-month wrap up instead. Also here… Continue Reading “May AND June Book Wrap Up Because Well…”

Book Wrap Up (April): Slow and Nostalgic Reading in Quarantine

Reading Nostalgic Books to Stay Sane I don’t know about you but reading has been very different since the lock-down. Right now I have a short attention span, and I really just want to be sucked into whatever I’m reading. That’s why for April… Continue Reading “Book Wrap Up (April): Slow and Nostalgic Reading in Quarantine”

Book Wrap Up (March): Reading in Quarantine

With starting a new job and trying to manage self-care in quarantine, I wasn’t able to read too many books this month. But I read some good ones for sure. Here’s all the books I read during March! What was your favorite book you… Continue Reading “Book Wrap Up (March): Reading in Quarantine”

Book Wrap Up (February): Good and Bad Books

Hello everyone! I finally got my reading butt into gear this month, even though it was a short one. If you’d like a full review for any of the books below that don’t have one already, let me know! I’d love to extend my… Continue Reading “Book Wrap Up (February): Good and Bad Books”