The shortest month of the year is coming to an end. I feel as if it was one big blur. Anyone else with me? Reading wise, I had a slower month – maybe not on the reading side but definitely on the reviewing side. My ratings averaged a 3.9. That’s not too bad! February ARC
Category: Monthly Reading Lists
The first month of 2020 has come and gone. It has been quite a whirlwind. Not only did a new year begin but I also personally took another trip around the sun when I celebrated my birthday. I am a Capricorn through and through. No one can deny me of that. Reading wise, I had
Happy New Year! December was a slow reading month for me. I somehow managed to read 6 books. There was just so much going on in my personal life and the holidays that it was hard to stay focused on a book. The beginning of the month started out wonderfully reading-wise but as I got
Honestly, every month should be filled with gratitude but November always carries it heavier than most due to the Thanksgiving holiday. I am grateful for so many things: my family, my child, books, the blogging community, bookstagrammers, writers, coffee, and so on. I am also grateful for you, Reader. Thank you for reading my blog.
Answer: He didn’t have any guts! Happy Halloween, Reader!! It’s already time for October’s monthly wrap up. The back half of the year always flies. How did your reading month go? Mine went well; however, I do wish I made more time for spooky reads. Maybe next year, right? Before we begin, I’m an Amazon
September has come and gone. Summer officially ended and Autumn began. It’s always a busy month here at Jennifer Mitchell, Bibliolater so let’s get down to this month’s recap. Before we begin, I’m an Amazon affiliate (until I get kicked out 😂)…so if you are interested in purchasing these books, click on the pictures below.
“Summer has come and passed / The innocent can never last / Wake me up when September end” – Green Day It’s officially the end of summer….well for me, anyways. The little dude started school a couple of weeks ago. I’m back to working on my certification. It’s a total bummer at the end of