November Wrap-Up

November was a mix of doing pretty well reading wise, while still not quite hitting the numbers I was really hoping for. Part of it is trying to make up for the low numbers from earlier in the year, but I'm slowly coming to the conclusion/moment where I know I just won't hit anywhere near... Continue Reading →

October Wrap-Up

October was a decent month for releases and reading as I got some well needed conclusions to series I'd been reading. I'm still working on actually doing the reading, but that's another story. -Six Crimson Cranes by Elizabeth Lim -The Storm of Echoes by Christelle Dabos -When Night Breaks by Janella Angeles (Currently Reading) Overall... Continue Reading →

September Wrap-Up

This was a mix of a good month, and yet still a bit slow compared to my past reading. For now I'll take this as a win, but I'm already figuring out how to get myself back to at least a better pace of reading and scheduling out my time better. -The Princess will Save... Continue Reading →

September TBR

August was a not so good and yet common entry for this year. I'm still expecting things to be pretty busy, so for September I'm setting a soft goal of two or three books and looking forward to a point where I can sit back and fully enjoy my books again. -Six Crimson Cranes by... Continue Reading →

August Wrap-Up

August has been a wild month of lots of work, a harder push to do art, and another bout of bad time management. With so much happening this month, downtime has literally meant downtime. -XOXO by Axie Oh -Six Crimson Cranes by Elizabeth Lim (Currently Reading) Since things are still a little wild, but maybe... Continue Reading →

August TBR

July was a good month for reading, so August's main goal is to continue that and maybe even improve on that progress as move past the halfway point for the year. XOXO by Axie OhThe Never Tilting World by Rin ChupecoSix Crimson Cranes by Elizabeth Lim I'm hoping this list is just a starting point... Continue Reading →

July Wrap-Up

July was my escape from the real-world if only for a little bit with vacation, and while I didn't read a huge stack of books, I had a great time relaxing and really enjoyed the books I did read! I think the Bone Shard Daughter in particular was a surprisingly captivating read, so I'm really... Continue Reading →

June Wrap-Up

June finally marked the point where I started to get myself back into reading, and actually finishing some books. I still did art, still did everything else in my life, but I read. It felt so good to finally finish a book, and on top of that feel the familiar drive to pick up another... Continue Reading →

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