February has come and gone and I really can’t believe it. January seemed to last forever, but February sure did pass on by quickly! But despite the shorter month, my wrap-up and book haul are both equally exciting. 🙂
I’ve always been a reader. Well, duh, you might be thinking, but the thing is I never gave much of a thought to what I read. I picked up whatever sounded interesting. Now that I’m older, with the boom of social media and me following more bookish accounts on both Twitter and Instagram, I have become a bit…choosier with what I read. I don’t mean that in a bad way, but I often time do follow the bandwagon and read the “popular” books.
But I’ve come across some books that I really wish had been around when I was a teenager. Maybe I would have felt less awkward or…whatever if I had read them. But I’m glad I get the chance to talk about them today.
Top 5 Wednesday is a weekly blog meme that started as a group on Goodreads. You can check out the rest of this month’s topics and join the group here.
Per usual I’m a little late posting this but… At least, it’s better than nothing, right? 😅
February was actually a slow month for me. I was doing (am still doing, actually) some heavy editing and revising with my own book, so I didn’t care too much for reading. Audiobooks are seriously a lifesaver, though. I also read a few eARCs this month, so I’ve been slowly checking off books from my semi-made TBR for February. March is looking pretty similar, to be quite honest… 😶
I definitely did not expect to enjoy this like I did. Granted, there were parts I thought just dragged on but the story as a whole was adorable and its heart was amazing. I was glad to dive back into Lara Jean’s world, to see her family again and experience the sisterly love and the new addition to their family, and to see her with Peter, all the while experiencing these new and sometimes final things throughout her senior year of high school.
I forget how much I like doing these posts, and it’s been a while since I’ve done one so here we go!
WWW Wednesday is a weekly blog meme started by Should Be Reading. In this blog post, I’ll answer the following questions:
- What are you currently reading?
- What did you recently finish reading?
- What do you think you’ll read next?