I can’t believe we’re at the business end of March already. I hope this month has been good to you and you’ve achieved some cool stuff! I’m looking back over my March goals today to see how I did and I can safely say I did much better than I did in February, so that’s a bonus!
As years go, 2018 hasn’t been too bad so far. I personally don’t feel like it’s gone as quick as the beginning of 2017 felt (like honestly, were there 12 days in 2017 or something?) but similarly, it’s not dragging. Despite the fact that apparently January felt like it went on forever (I genuinely didn’t feel like it did and I’m starting to wonder whether some were just jumping on the ’78th of January’ bandwagon by the end of it but hey ho!). 3 months into the year and it’s already had it’s ups and downs. In 3 short months, I feel like I’ve learnt quite a bit already so I think this is a good place to stick my metaphorical book mark and reflect over the year so far.
Alright, alright, alright how are we doing? It’s March already. March. March. However, we’ll be stepping into Spring very soon, the flowers will be blooming (will they? With all this snow?) and it’s almost Easter. Which means it’s almost time to send myself into a chocolate coma. My favourite time of year! In all honesty, I do love this time of year. I’m not a fan of Summer but I do like being able to spend some time reading in my garden and smelling the Spring air without it being too blisteringly hot. I always find I’m really productive at this time of year as well. Maybe it’s something about Spring being a new season, a new start that ignites that motivation in me. So let’s see what I’m hoping to achieve this month!
Well, hello there lovely readers! I know I say this at the end of every month but seriously, can you believe we’re in April already?! I thought I’d try a new approach to my monthly book haul / wrap ups this month and include what I’ve read, what I’m reading and maybe miscellaneous stuff that’s been going on this month!
What I’ve Received
Publishers: The Valley by John Renehan, The Detective’s Secret by Lesley Thomson (both surprise posts from Head of Zeus!) & A Mother’s Story by Amanda Prowse (Head of Zeus), The Chosen Queen by Joanna Courtney (McMillan), Hausfrau by Jill Alexander Essbaum (Random House), The Three by Sarah Lotz (Hodder), That Girl From Nowhere by Dorothy Koomson (Century) Continue reading
This entire month has revolved around books for me. With my readathon, getting accepted onto bookbridgr (which may be the best website in the entire world!) becoming part of Sarah J. Pepper’s street team, my blogoversary and purchasing my very first Kindle! So I’ve re-named it ‘Book & Bookish Things Haul’ for this month so I have an excuse to take pictures of all my bookish things to share with you – not just books! Enjoy!