This month I read 40 books and that’s why I haven’t been posting!
Ha. I wish! Life is just crazy!
I’m doing the last of my edits/revisions and it will be turned in this month (!!!!!!) and then I’ll have to defend it in front of my panel. Oh boy. Also, lot’s of you have asked about it being published, and I’m still trying to work out a way to do that without having my work stolen, misused, gathered by bots who will try to scam me, so stay tuned on that! As always, thank you all for your continued support!
January Wrap Up
This last quarter of college has been crazy busy so some this was required reading for class (unfortunately):
The Summer Palace (Captive Prince #3.5) by C.S. Pacat: 5/5 stars
The Stranger by Albert Camus: 1/5 stars (required reading. Ugh)
The Meursault Investigation by Kamel Daoud: 1/5 stars (more required reading)
This Book Loves You by PewDiePie: 3/5 stars (a gift from my old roomie! Quirky and quick)
Liselotte & Witch’s Forest, vol. 1 by Natsuki Takaya: 2/5 stars (This is the same author who wrote Fruits Basket and I think my expectations were just too high)
Everywhere and Every Way by Jennifer Probst: 3/5 stars (I’m a huge fan of Probst’s work, and needed something to get my mind off school, so this was perfect for that)
I need to finish We Are Okay and Empress of a Thousand Skies for the blog tours I’m on, but the rest are for school (again, unfortunately). It looks like I won’t be doing much reading until after I’m done in March:
What are you reading this month? Drop me a comment!
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3 Replies to “January Wrap Up/February TBR”
Ahhh best of luck on your thesis!
The cover of We Are OK is soooo pretty! 🙂
Still a great reading month! Congrats on finishing your thesis!
PAIGE I JUST WANT TO READ YOUR THESIS SO BAD.
i’ve also had to read THE STRANGER by albert camus for my french class, aaaaand i gave it 3 stars. i kinda liked the ending and its philosophical meaning, but the beginning + middle was so boring.
and all the books on your february tbr look so good! i hope you like them!