February is almost over! This month seems to have flown by and quite a lot has happened. I went on some days out, went to the cinema, one of my libraries finally re-opened and I read a lot. Here is what happened in February!
February seems to have flown by. I know it is the shorted month but it seems to have gone by in the blink of an eye. I've managed to read 10 books throughout February which I can't quite believe! So, I am back with another what I've read this month post. Here is a bunch of mini reviews for the books I read in February!
Library assistant June knows a lot about the regulars at Chalcot Library, yet they know very little about her. When her mum - the beloved local librarian - passed away eight years ago, June stepped into her shoes. But despite their shared love of books, shy June has never felt she can live up to the village's memory of her mum. Instead, she's retreated into herself and her memories, surviving on Chinese takeaways-for-one and rereading their favourite books at home. When the library is threatened with closure, a ragtag band of eccentric locals establish the Friends of Chalcot Library campaign. There's gentlemanly pensioner Stanley, who visits the library for the computers and the crosswords, cantankerous Mrs B, who is yet to find a book she approves of, and teenager Chantal, who just wants a quiet place to study away from home. But can they compel reclusive June to join their cause? If June wants to save the library, she finally has to make some changes to her life: opening up her heart to friendship, opportunities and maybe even more . . .
took me on a wild ride. It is the sequel to The Inheritance Games and has made me even more excited for the final book in the trilogy. There are so many good quotes in this book. So, I wanted to do what I normally do with a book that I enjoy, which is pick a quote from it and get designing.
I spend way too much of my time looking for new things to request on Netgalley, which always means my Netgalley TBR is never-ending.I love talking about the books that I'm anticipating because it makes me even more excited to read them. There have been so many amazing books on my Netgalley shelf over the years and it is a place that I’ve found so many new authors and books. Here are just a few things currently on my Netgalley shelf / TBR!
I’ve always loved listening to a good audiobook and recently I’ve been listening to them a lot more. I wanted to talk about some of the reasons why I love audiobooks because I know there is always a discussion about whether they are ‘real reading’. Well, they are and I love them! Here are 5 reasons why I love audiobooks.
I'm here again with more new books that I'm excited about! There are so many books I cannot wait to be released in 2022 and there a quite a few of them out in March! I wanted to share the ones that I am most excited for. Here are the new book releases I'm excited for in March!
Recently, I read The Kiss Quotient by Helen Hoang and thoroughly enjoyed it. I'm already reading the next book I have by her too! So, I wanted to do what I normally do with a book that I enjoy, which is pick a quote from it and get designing. So, that is exactly what I did.
The Inheritance Games ended with a bombshell, and now heiress Avery Grambs has to pick up the pieces and find the man who might hold the answers to all of her questions - including why Tobias Hawthorne left his entire fortune to Avery, a virtual stranger, rather than to his own daughters or grandsons. As the mystery grows and the plot thickens, Grayson and Jameson, the enigmatic and magnetic Hawthorne grandsons, continue to pull Avery in different directions. And there are threats lurking around every corner, as adversaries emerge who will stop at nothing to see Avery out of the picture - by any means necessary.
It’s a classic tale of girl-meets-boy, boy-meets-other-girl, heart-gets-broken, revenge-is-plotted, everything-blows-up. Spectacularly. At least they’re friends now. They’ve left the drama behind them back in Taipei—at their summer program, Loveboat—forever. Now fall is here, and it’s time to focus on what really matters. Sophie is determined to be the best student Dartmouth’s ever had. Forget finding the right guy to make her dreams come true—Sophie is going to make her future happen for herself. Xavier, on the other hand, just wants to stay under his overbearing father’s radar, collect his trust fund when he turns eighteen, and concentrate on what makes him happy, for the first time ever. But the world doesn’t seem to want Sophie and Xavier to succeed. Sophie’s college professor thinks her first major project is “too feminine.” Xavier’s father gives him an ultimatum: finish high school or be cut off from his inheritance.