Just like that, it’s already June and half the year is gone. For me the month of June held the least amount of books read in a month in 2020. Honestly this has been a crazy year.
How is it already time for a May 2020 reading wrap up? Anyone else feel like this year is flying by but also being slow at the same time? Does that even make any sense? I have no idea anymore.
Oh my, how is it already April? 2020 has been a heck of a year so far am I right? This month G. From Book Roast had her O.W.L’s readathon that she created and hosts. The effort she puts in shows true passion. This was my first time doing the O.W.L’s readathon.
I had a lot of fun doing this last time so I figured I would revisit it and make it a “series” on this blog. Posts like these really help to cut the books you have no interest in reading off your Goodreads.
The 2010’s brought us a pretty good selection of books. It started the dystopian craze and who could forget the twihearts? (ie Twilight fans).
I can’t believe it’s already March! I don’t know if it’s just me but I noticed after I hit 26 years old time just flys by. Then I’m just left wondering what happened. Haha
F*cked at 40 is a book is written in a conversational tone which really resonates with me. I laughed, shook my head in agreement, and even thought “what the heck are you doing?, stop that”!
Holy crap! How is it already April? Does anyone else feel like February was gone as soon as it started and March was 80,000 days long? Lol. This is my first time participating in the O.W.L’s. It was created by G. She puts SO much work and effort into these, it’s incredible!
The dreaded reading slump. If you have never been in one count yourself lucky! How do you battle a reading slump if you’re stuck in one?
It always makes a book more interesting when you have fierce female characters. Whether they be main characters or side characters. The age of “damsels in distress” is hopefully changing