November Wrap Up & Book Haul

untitleddesign287729For some reason I just can’t seem to finish a TBR. I actually haven’t completed one since August, which is crazy! I partially blame it on my reading mood lately because I’ve been craving romance so much and so many amazing ones have released this fall. Basically, I just need to make them smaller so I can actually complete them and I also need to find my reading rhythm again.
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October Wrap Up & Book Haul

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Remember that time when I decided setting a monthly TBR was the best way to get me to stay on track? Well, for the first time since last December I didn’t set one and I barely read at all. I’m officially dubbing October a slump month because I read two total books. Just…yikes. Continue reading

May Book Haul

So May was a pretty stellar month because I got my hands on so many amazing new and upcoming releases that I can’t wait to read! I mean, I’ve already read a few of them obviously, but there are some that I’m still squealing about.

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December Book Haul

Untitled design (74)This month I acquired quite a few books once again! I’m amazed at the fact that I haven’t been buried alive yet considering I didn’t read as many books this month as I had intended to. Continue reading

September Book Haul

35384793This month’s motto: “treat yo’self.” I think I got a little carried away in my purchases and even indulged myself with a couple of audio books, which I had never tried out before. It was an35529904 interesting experience, but I think I’ll stick to the physical and ebooks in the future.  Continue reading

August Book Haul

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I’m slowly gaining some sense of self-control back after my book-buying binge. It’s so satisfying to say that I only bought ONE book this month! All the other books I got were sent by publishers for review. Can someone please give me a high five or a gold star? I feel like this is a huge moment for me and I can’t wait to keep it up. Maybe purchasing one book a month is a good start. It’s nice not to feel the pressure to have something right away and it feels good to reward myself every once in a while rather than spoil myself and kill my bank account.  Continue reading