February Wrap-Up and March TBR


Hey everyone!

It is time for my monthly wrap-up for books that I have read and books that I want to read next month.

February Wrap-Up

For half of the month I was overseas on vacation, so I did not get a good chance to read that many books. I only took 2 with me – and bought 1 at the airport – but only finished 1 on the trip. The rest of the month was spent being lazy…so in February I read 4 books.

Ragdoll by Daniel Cole screen-shot-2016-12-31-at-9-38-57-pm

Ragdoll had a great premise, but I found it to be a little slow.

Maybe Someday by Colleen Hoover screen-shot-2016-12-31-at-9-38-29-pm

The romance between the main characters is very sweet.

The Sky is Everywhere by Jandy Nelson screen-shot-2016-12-31-at-9-39-17-pm

I really like Nelson’s writing, as it makes her novels transform into something believable.

Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov screen-shot-2016-12-31-at-9-33-51-pm

Lolita was a brilliant read!

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In February I managed to read exactly what I predicted in my February TBR, yay!

March TBR

I have a few books that I recently bought that I need to read, so I will be going through those books before I consider anything else. These books are:

The Yellow Birds by Kevin Powers (a book for university)

The Husband’s Secret by Liane Moriarty

Flowers in the Attic by V. C. Andrews
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I’m going to stick with 3 because I have started back at university and have a lot of assignments to work on.

  • Have you read any of these books?
  • How many books did you read in February?


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