A is for April and A is for ARCs!! Here’s a glimpse at what April looked like for me.
Fashionably late really is the name of the monthly wrap-up game… 💁♀️
I’ve been sitting on this wrap up for over a week because I could not get EXACTLY ONE flat lay just the way I wanted it. I have those “done is better than perfect” blurbs posted all over my house but, real talk; I am never going to post a half-assed flat lay. Especially where a lesser known work is concerned. Anyway, here’s what books I loved this month as well what failed to hit the mark.
A day late but… This month (last month?) boasted a lot of winners! Woot! The circumstances of 2020 aside, I flew through a ton of books this year and am rather pleased with myself for it. Without further delay, here’s what I enjoyed (or not) in December. Murder at the Brightwell by Ashley Weaver 🍸🍸🍸🍸Continue reading “December Reading Wrap-Up”
What a month, right?! What a wrap-up post this turned out to be! I discovered several VERY promising new authors (new to me, at least) this month and didn’t read a single dud! Hooray! Let’s jump right into it then, shall we? Winter Counts by David Heska Wanbli Weiden ☕☕☕☕☕ (five stars as rated inContinue reading “November Reading Wrap-Up”