February Wrap-Up

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Hey people! How was your February?

My reading month was the worst I had in a while in terms of quantity, but I did some great books, so I can’t exactly complain much.


THIS MONTH I READ:

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2017 New Adult Reading Challenge:

I read 6 books for the NA reading challenge:

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2017 NEW ADULT READING CHALLENGE Bingo:

I’ve read 5 books towards my 2017 NA reading challenge bingo, bringing the total to 10 books DONE.

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BOOKS REVIEWED:

  1. Nine Kinds Of Naughty (Jeanette Grey)
  2. Losing It (Cora Carmack)
  3. There’s Something About Nik (Sara Hantz)
  4. Slightly Stalky (Amy Vansant)
  5. The Feeling Of Forever (Jamie Howard)
  6. A Thousand Letters (Staci Hart)
  7. Ready Player One (Ernest Cline)
  8. Weddings, Crushes, And Other Dramas (Emily Mckay)
  9. Undeclared (Julianna Keyes)
  10. Blog Tour: Any Boy But You (Julie Hammerle)
  11. Be My Hero (Linda Kage)
  12. Cheater (Rachel Van Dyken)
  13. Release Day Launch & Review: The Hot One (Lauren Blakely)
  14. Off The Ice (Julie Cross)

TOP TEN TUESDAY:

TOP 5 WEDNESDAY/ WWW WEDNESDAY:

BOOK TRAVELING THURSDAYS:

AWARDS, TAGS AND CHALLENGES:

OTHER STUFF:

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WWW Wednesday: March 1st 2017

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WWW Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Sam @Taking On A World Of Words, where you have to answer these questions:

What are you currently reading?
What did you recently finish reading?
What do you think you’ll read next?


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I started A Boy Like You by Ginger Scott early today, as well as Twisted Palace by Erin Watt. I also finally started The Inexplicable Logic of My Life by Benjamin Alire Sáenz.


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This week I finished Cheater by Rachel Van Dyken, Cocky Bastard by Penelope Ward and Vi Keeland and Off The Ice by Julie Cross. And finally, I finished You’re Welcome, Universe by Whitney Gardner today too.


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Let’s see if this week is the weeK! I’ll try to read  and Optimists Die First by Susan Nielsen, Operation Prom Date by Cindi Madsen and finally Making Faces by Amy Harmon.