March Wrap Up 2020

Hello everyone! Welcome to my March Wrap Up! It’s a bit late as I read a lot of books in the last 48 hours of March, so without further ado, here is what I read in March!


TBR CHECK-IN


My March TBR was mega ambitious, seeing as it had 12.5 books on it, which is about as much as I read in January and February combined! Despite this, I feel like I was really quite successful! I read, DNF’d or unhauled all but one book, which I am currently reading. I also read 4 of the 6 books that I wanted to for the #FemmeFanTale readathon (the others were DNF’d later).

I DNF’d three books this month: The Midnight Lie by Marie Rutkoski, The Magic Toyshop by Angela Carter, and The Flatshare by Beth O’Leary. You can find my full review for The Midnight Lie here.

I also unhauled We Are Cuba, because I was only reading it to help me study for an exam that I no longer have to take because… coronavirus.

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March TBR: TBR Round 1, #FemmeFanTale

Hello everyone and welcome to my very belated March TBR! (To be honest, I’ve made some progress through this already, but no matter.)

If you haven’t seen my previous post, I recently created a TBR game, and this is the first month that I’m going to be trying it out! I will also be participating in the #FemmeFanTale readathon as well!

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January & February Wrap Up

Hello everyone! So yes, I was a horrible blogger in February. I never posted a January Wrap Up or a TBR and I think my reading definitely suffered because of it. Therefore, today I will be including both months in one post!

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MAY 2019 WRAP UP

Hello everyone! May has just ended as I am writing this and the heat definitely signals an approaching summer. I had mock exams this week, so not much reading happened, but here is a breakdown of what I’ve been reading and listening to this month!


Mangas made up half of everything I read this month (largely because I had exams and anything more taxing was just not going to happen). For some I keep starting new series instead of continuing other ones, but oh well.

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