March was the weirdest and longest month. With covid-19 hitting most of us, I expect I won’t be the only one who feels like that… The Numbers In March I read a total of 14 books which makes the total of 2020 39 books read. Of the 14 books 13 books were fantasy and 1… Continue reading Dancing Out of March 2020
Recently Imyril posted about joining in with The Great Series Read Project. So of course I had to go and dive right on into this. The Great Series Read Project was created by Caitlin from Realms of My Mind back in December 2018. This is as such not a year long reading challenge but a… Continue reading The Great Series Read Project
February was yet another mixed bag. Some good things, some bad things. Health was an issue as per usual. The constant weird weather with hail and warm temperatures is crazy. I am having some anxiety and while I had time to read I just very often didn’t take it because I was way too restless… Continue reading Dancing out of February 2020
I like to browse instagram when I have just woken up. Pretty pictures of books are a good way to wake up. So it was on one of these mornings that the tag on Elly’s picture caught my attention. View this post on Instagram My reading stack for March is already out of control, and… Continue reading Lets Go on an Adventure / #MiddleGradeMarch
My planned in posts have never dropped this low and my back-ups are drying up quite heavily. You could say this month has just been a continuation of the hazard that was 2019.
I was wondering for a while whether or not the hosts of 2019’s YARC would have another go at this reading challenge so I was pleased to see on January 2nd that yes they would be hosting it for another year. What is it about? The Year of the Asian Reading Challenge is all about… Continue reading Another Year of the ‘Year of the Asian Reading Challenge’ / #YARC2020
Much earlier than you are used to of me but as this posts we are getting ready to leave to the German airport to board a plane to Spain. I won’t be able to do my usual end of the year wrap up for a bit and so I figured I’d wrap the month up… Continue reading Dancing out of December 2019