Welcome to my March recap! As usual, I’ll be going over the books I quit partway through, the reviews I published this month, what I’ll be reading and reviewing next month, and what my non-review posts this month were. Additionally, I’ll be checking in on where I’m at with my reading goals for the year.
Hello everyone! This post is an overview of what I’ve reviewed this month, what I’m going to review next month, and other blog related news. This recap is also special, because this is the first time I’ve had posts published in another venue! Keep reading for more information.
Welcome to my monthly recap! This is where I’ll be going over what I read this month, the books I didn’t finish, and what reviews you can expect to see in February.
Welcome to my monthly recap. Here’s where I say a little on the books I DNF’d this month, go over what I reviewed in October, and look ahead to what I’ll be reading and reviewing in November.
Today I’m going over all my posts for the last month, mentioning the books I didn’t finish, and talking some about what I’ve got coming up for October. I actually read two hundred pages of Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard, a YA dystopian. It does not convince me to keep reading the subgenre – basically, if you…
Welcome to my recap of books I’ve read in August, plus what I’ll be reading in September. This post also includes a run down of all those books I didn’t quite make it through this month. Let’s start off with the DNFs, shall we?
Welcome to the usual round up of books that I didn’t finish in the previous month. At the end of the post I also talk some about what I’ll be reading and reviewing this month.
Welcome to the monthly installment of books that I decided not to finish. Since we’re now half way through 2016, this month also includes a look at how I’ve been doing on my reading goals.
Welcome to the regular post on books I didn’t finish this month. This month’s post is unusually short, since there’s actually only one book I didn’t make it through.
Last month there were a few books I started but ultimately chose not to finish, for varying reasons. I would feel bad about doing “official” style reviews of these, but I decided I would say a little something about each one here.