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Personal Update & April Wrap-Up

I wanted to give a bit of a personal update on what to expect in the next few months on this blog. I’ve mentioned here and there that I am expecting a baby (now in two weeks–which is crazy). Because of prepping for his arrival, as well as having family visit from overseas (and work), […]

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March Wrap-Up

I’m a bit late to the game getting this post up. To be honest, I was trying to figure out how I want to go forward with monthly wrap-ups. I was doing separate posts for each reading challenge and…it was becoming redundant and tedious. So, I’ve decided to simply combine everything into a one-stop wrap-up […]

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PopSugar Reading Challenge 2018: February Wrap-Up

Yet again, Popsugar Challenge, you have been put on the BACK-BURNER. I only conquered two reads again this past month. So, this post will be short, sweet, and to-the-point. I think I made the mistake at committing to too much from the beginning, without really thinking how many other reads I need to get read before some […]

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PopSugar Reading Challenge 2018: January Wrap-Up

This past month I sort of neglected this challenge… While I did get to check a few of my pledged reads off the list, (it really was only a few) I had hoped to get at least four or five completed! I guess whatever I didn’t complete in January rolls over to February, right? (This […]

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PopSugar Reading Challenge 2018

It’s time for yet another reading challenge! Along with the #BeattheBacklist challenge, I’ve decided to take part in PopSugar’s 2018 Reading Challenge! This fun challenge has forty reading prompts for books ranging across all genres. It challenges the reader to step outside of their comfort zone a bit, and discover new genres that they wouldn’t […]

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2018 Reading Resolutions

  I may end up having more than just five reading goals for 2018. However, I think they will all fall into these five categories. #1 Catch up with all overdue ARCs If you read my State of the ARC December post, you may have noticed how atrocious my overdue stats were. It’s my goal to get […]

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