I don’t know about you all, but February flew by for me!!

I always forget just how short the month is, until I’m scrambling at the end of it! So, wrapping up the month, here are the books and their reviews from February:

  1. Girls Like Us by Sheila Weller
  2. Speak by Laurie Halse Anderson
  3. I Am Malala by Malala Yousafzai
  4. She’s Come Undone by Wally Lamb
  5. The Princess Mutiny by L.J. Surrage
  6. The Tales of Beetle the Bard by JK Rowling
  7. Lock and Key by Sarah Dessen

It’s not as many as I had planned this month, but sometimes you have to go with the flow and I’m still impressed with myself, haha. I also knocked out a couple of book tags with this post, and added a shiny new One Lovely Blog Award to my Top Shelf! I’m still dumbfounded that my little blog was nominated, but it warms my little heart! I also nominated a handful of really lovely bloggers myself, so please give their blogs a peek too!

Also, I hosted my second giveaway for a copy of The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wild, a pocket notebook, and a bookmark- and the winner is… Nirmala from Red Lips and Bibliomaniacs!

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Now, let’s get on to the last book tags of February!


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🎩This Is Me- a book with an uplifting message:I Am Malala! Despite all the horrors in Malala’s life, this young woman still remained optimistic for change.

🎩A Million Dreams- a character who doesn’t give up: Peeta from the Hunger Games & Catching Fire. Peeta from Mockingjay gave up a little, but he was brainwashed so I forgive him. But prior to that, the boy didn’t give up on Katniss, and I thought that was adorable.

🎩Tightrope- a character you want to go on an adventure with: I really don’t know who I’d choose! And I’m not great at making decisions so I plead the fifth.

🎩The Greatest Show- a book that took you to another place: Every single book I read takes me somewhere. I’m actually planning to make a map of all the places I’ve “been” because of the books I’ve read! I’ll share it if I ever get it together!

🎩The Other Side- an unlikely friendship: Marie-Laure and Werner from All the Light We Cannot See. ____________________



πŸ‘‹Where do you live? πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ USA!

πŸ‘‹ Do you plan bookstagram? Yes, absolutely. Planning keeps me on track!

πŸ‘‹ Dream job? Does winning the lottery and never working again count? No? Okay. Actually, I really love my day job. It’s a really good mix of things I enjoy.

πŸ‘‹ Authors you’d like to meet? I’d probably cry if I got to meet Rowling. But I’d also really love to meet Jodi Picoult.

πŸ‘‹ Happy song/ place/ food? Hall & Oates, You Make My Dreams / My family’s camp / Ice cream!


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πŸ”₯ Iron Man- book that made me laugh: Woulda Coulda Shoulda by Dave Feldman.

πŸ”₯Thor- character with strength you admire: Oh wow. Well, pretty much every autobiography or memoir I’ve read has a strong main character, so I couldn’t possibly choose.

πŸ”₯Captain America- book set in another era: I love the WW2 era, so I could list a ton. One of my favorites? The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah.

πŸ”₯Hulk- book that made you angry: I haven’t had a book that made me as grumpy as The Circle, but y’all know that, haha.

πŸ”₯Hawkeye- underrated book: I just mentioned Leaving Time by Jodi Picoult on my bookstagram! I thought it was amazing, but I hadn’t heard much hype.

πŸ”₯Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch- sibling love: Oh easy- Katniss & Prim!

πŸ”₯Antman- a book you want to read but can’t: I want to read The Summer Garden by Paullina Simons so bad, but I won’t buy it until after I finish the #unreadshelfproject2018.

πŸ”₯Loki- evil character that you like: Belatrix Lestrange! She is one crazy mothertrucker, but I also think she’s also kind of awesome, haha. Of course, Helena Bonham Carter is amazing, so that could be part of it.


Okay, that’s enough fun for this month, haha. I’m ready to spring into March!