October 2018 Reading Wrap-up

October is traditionally the month that fall really hits with the days getting shorter and the reading time cosier. For me, it begins a period of more reading, but it was also the month I vowed to take my physical exercise more seriously and spent two days a week dying during CrossFit. Somehow though, I…

September 2018 Reading Wrap-up

In case you don’t remember, back in August I somehow managed to read 17 books. Don’t ask me how I didn’t it, but to prove that it’s not something that happens often, I also managed to read exactly one book by September 14th. Go figure. Warcross by Marie Lu This is the October pick of…

August 2018 Reading Wrap-up

Look, okay, I don’t know what happened in this month either. Remember two months ago when I was only able to read 5 books in one month? This month I read (*mumbles something unintelligibly*) … … … (*whispers*) I read 17 books. The Invasion of the Tearling by Erika Johansen My reread of the first book got me so…

July 2018 Reading Wrap-up

Back in June, I read five books over the course of one month and I was seriously wondering what July would bring. With a readathon packed in, there was no way this one wasn’t going to be just as bad, right? I ended up being back in my reading game and finishing 14 books. Like,…

June 2018 Reading Wrap-up

I guessed I was on a reading roll after April and May, and hoped to continue on the same pace for this month. But, I didn’t. It started very soon in the month where I suddenly felt a reading slump coming up. I was barely getting through my book, my attention was everywhere but where…

May 2018 Reading Wrap-up

After reading 13 books in April, I was VERY curious to see how many books I would be able to read in May. I guessed I would be able to reach the 10-book mark again, but ended up with 12 books read thanks to two thriller that I couldn’t put down. What the hell. The…

April 2018 Reading Wrap-up

So what happens when I have a two-week holiday and plan on doing a readathon? I read 13 books. The Bone Witch by Rin Chupeco (Proof received for free, this does not affect my opinion.) Didn’t know what to expect from this one. But the story quickly intrigued me. A girl who accidentally raises her brother…

March 2018 Reading Wrap-up

I have this weird thing where a month is only successful if I can read at least 10 books, and this month I ended up reading… nine books. (*deep sigh*) Say Hey Name by Juno Dawson I’ve been wanting to read a Dawson book for years, but I never managed to find one where the short…

February 2018 Reading Wrap-up

With only 7 books read this is officially the worst reading month I’ve had since I started this blog back in June 2017. I don’t really mind though. I have never set myself a number of books I should read and I’m not starting now. Aside from the number of books (okay yeah so I usually…

January 2018 Reading Wrap-up

With only one day of the month to go, I managed to hit the mark of what’s a good reading month for me (reading 10 or more books). Between having a crazy work month and spending every Saturday working in my house to-be, I had so little free time that I’m still impressed with how many…