It’s been an insane month; school started, we have a massive storm of the decade, I decided to work the Emergency Center lines doing 12-14 shifts and tons of family descending on my house looking for safety. Hurricane Maria has destroyed my island my family is still lacking drinking water and electricity, I spent 2… Read More September 2017 Wrap Up
Only 6!! I know I should stop saying that, 6 books in a month is far more than many people read but I had high hopes for me this month and alas it didn’t happen. A lot had to do with current events; if you’ve been awake this past month between Charlottesville and Houston I’ve… Read More August 2017 Wrap Up
12 books, yeah baby!! Possibly the best month I will have this year but last year July also made it as the best reading month for me. It’s a combination of not being able to do a lot outdoors because I live in Florida and it’s a nightmare outside plus the booktubeathon which I participate… Read More July 2017 Wrap-Up!
What started out as a solid month screeched to a halt as the Westerns wore me down. It will be a long while before I pick up anything resembling a Western, I’ll tell you that! I finished a total of 6 books, I went into a deep slump and that is all I can say… Read More June 2017 Reading Wrap-Up!
I CAN’T BELIEVE HALF THE YEAR IS GONE WTF!! I think making monthly wrap-ups makes us hyper conscious of time, it’s ticking by and everything you wanted to read this year is suddenly catching up with you. Well, this month was a bit of a personal fail for me, I intended to read so much… Read More May 2017 Wrap Up!
So April was supposed to be this very productive reading month for me but it proved me wrong. I completed a total of 6 books, one was a poetry collection and 2 were over 500 pages. Still, pretty disappointed in myself because I had a lot of time where I just didn’t feel like reading… Read More April 2017 Wrap Up
March was great, finished a solid 9 books, finished a read a thon and found one of my favorite books of the year, The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao by Junot Diaz. My least favorite book this month was The Search for WondLa by Tony DiTerlizzi but overall, the reading was solid and good.… Read More March 2017 Wrap-Up!