January Wrap-Up

And just like that, we have come to the final day of the first year of the new decade. (What a sentence!)

Despite all of its glory and promises, January has been a tough month for me! I flew back to my college campus on the first day of classes and got right to work. Even though January had just began, I felt like I was already out of breath.

Which is my long-winded explanation as to why content from me this month has been rather touch-and-go. My hope is that now that I am settled into my routine and have gauged my workload, things will come back down to Earth for February.

Anyway, here’s what January looked like for me.

ARC Review: We Used to be Friends by Amy Spalding || January 2nd, 2020

Review: Obsidio by Jay Kristoff and Amie Kaufman || January 7th, 2020

Book Review Keyword Listicle 2.0 || January 9th, 2020

Recommend Me a Book: 2020 Release You Should Have On Your TBR || January 14th, 2020

Requested Review: Evie and the Upside-Down World of Nevermore by Birgitte Mรคrgen || January 16th, 2020

5 Star Book Predictions 2.0 || January 23rd, 2020

ARC Review: Don’t Read the Comments by Eric Smith || January 28th, 2020

As I said, I am hoping that February is way more manageable for me in terms of content. I really dropped the ball with booktube this month which makes me sad, so I’m going to put my best effort into making February and good booktube month for me.

Which also leads me to say thank you (!) to anyone following my blog or booktube channel! I’m approaching 200 subscribers and 200 blog followers and that is awesome to me considering my lack of consistency lately. Will February be the month we surpass those numbers? I’ll check back in 28 days!

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