February Wrap up 2019

Monthly Wrap Up

February was a bit of a slow month for me, I started playing a lot of Elder Scrolls Skyrim, which is interesting because I hated that game when I first started it but I’ve been giving it a second chance and I am addicted. So that’s taken some reading time away from me but I’ve also been feeling so tired that I start reading but fall asleep so quickly. I keep telling my bf that I feel like I should be hibernating. I’m hoping my reading interest picks up in the spring as the sun starts coming out more.

That being said, I did get a bit of reading done so let’s get into that.

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January 2019 Wrap Up

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Overall January was a bit of a disappointing month for me, I wasn’t in the mood to really read a whole lot. I’m kind of feeling like I’m in a reading slump which is understanding and expected after reading 200 books last year. Id probably be more worried if I wasn’t burnt out. I’ve been spending some time just trying to take it easy and focus on recharging. I’ve watched more TV this month then I have in a long time, despite that I’ve managed to read a handful of books this month so let’s talk about them.

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24 in 48 hr Readathon wrap up

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I didn’t do as well as I hoped I would. I sat down to read Saturday morning after a struggle to even get out of my nice warm bed. I made coffee and breakfast (sweet potato toast with mashed avocado, 10 outta 10 and highly recommend), set up my reading area with blankets, books, I light a candle, sat down, and immediately lost all interest.

I don’t know why but I just wasn’t feeling it, which is such a disappointment because I had been looking forward to this readathon since the last round.

I cant be too mad at myself, I did read more then I would have if there wasn’t a readathon going on. I read for 4 hours, started 3 books, finished 1, and made some progress on another.

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My TBR For the 24 in 48 Hr Readathon

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I participated in the 24 in 48 hr readathon last year in July and I had a great time, I read so much and enjoyed everything I read. Ever since then I’ve been eagerly awaiting the next round that is taking place from January 26th through the 27th, I’ll link the sign-up page on their website here

So the goal of the 24 in 48 hr readathon is to read for 24 hours within a 48 hour time period. Last year I think I read for 12 hours. 24 hours would be my ultimate goal of course but my realistic goal is to read for 16 or 20 hours, I feel fairly confident about that goal.

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December 2018 Wrap Up (my best reading month ever!)

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Oh my God. I did it.
Earlier this year I made two goals for myself. One of them was to write a rough draft of a novel and the other goal was to read 200 books. Guys, I completed both of those goals!

I still cant believe that I did it, I feel burnt out right now, I don’t even know what to do with myself to try to relax and recharge.
This month was probably my best reading month ever, I read 26 books and I liked so many of them so let’s get into my reading month.

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Tome Topple Readathon TBR


Tome Topple is back for another round! I love participating in Tome Topple which is a two-week readathon created by Sam from Thoughts on Tomes and its centered around reading books that over 500 pages. I participated in the last round back in June/July, had a great time. I read a handful of great books and I’ve been eagerly awaiting the next round.

Tome Topple Round 7 is going to be taking place from November 16th- November 29th

Physical books:

I started The Final Empire last round and decided that I needed to continue with the series for this round, I loved The Final Empire and I am ready to continue with the series. November has been the month of big books for me.

The Well of Ascension
by Brandon Sanderson

The Hero of Ages
by Brandon Sanderson


Some Kind of Perfect
by Krista and Becca Ritchie

The Wise Mans Fear
by Patrick Rothfuss