Happy June all! I’m only three days late with this post. Forgive me. (Or don’t, that is really up to you). Despite having a relatively busy month I did get quite a bit of reading done and I have some excellent books to share with you!


Read Books

AuthorTitlePublish DateRating
Renee AhdiehThe Righteous20214
V.E. SchwabGallant20223
Alix E. HarrowThe Ten Thousand Doors of January20193
Abby JimenezThe Friend Zone20193
Katy BirchallThe Secret Bridesmaid20213
Sophie SullivanHow to Love Your Neighbor20223
Tessa BaileyHook, Line and Sinker20224
Ruby DixonBarbarian Lover2015????
Tasha SuriThe Jasmine Throne20213.5
Ashley JadeThe Words20223
Maya HughesThe Perfect First20192
Ron FranscellShadowman: An Elusive Psycho Killer and the Birth of FBI Profiling20223
Simone St. JamesThe Book of Cold Cases20224
H.D. CarltonHaunting Adeline20213
H.D. CarltonHunting Adeline20223
Hannah HazeIn Deep20224
Heather LongRules & Roses20194
Heather LongChanges & Chocolates20204
Heather LongKeys & Kisses20204
Heather LongWhispers & Wishes20204

Read ARCs

AuthorTitlePublish DateRating
Foz MeadowsA Strange and Stubborn EnduranceJuly 26, 20225

ARCs Recieved

  • Back to the Garden by Laurie R. King

Reading Stats

I mostly read adult books and romances this month, and I actually did tuck into a non-fiction book for once. Surprise!


On the Blog

I had a lot of reviews posted this month! Seven in total! That’s almost two a week!


Around and About

My favorite book this month was definitely A Strange and Stubborn Endurance. Be on the lookout for my review, as that should be going up sometime soon! It’s definitely going to be one of my favorite reads of 2022.

I am also now addicted to a new reverse harem series, The Untouchables by Heather Long. It’s high school contemporary and I just finished book five. There are twelve total in the series.

Not too much else to talk about to be honest!


June Hopefuls

I’m hoping to finish The Untouchables, the final book comes out in June. And then Wild and Wicked Things and Atlas Six maybe?? We’ll see.


What about you?

It has been a HOT MINUTE since I did a wrap-up, and this one is going to be pretty boring for the most part. Somehow in the span of a 31 day month I only read 17 books? WHAT? you ask. Mere, your usual reading is something like 25+ books.

I know, I know. The horror of it all. Absolutely unbelievable. I can’t account for what happened this past month. The only way I can conceive of what happened is I went into a reading slump and didn’t come out of it. (Okay, this is still slightly true. I’m having trouble reading anything at this moment.)

How to explain this past month? Well, let’s do a brief overview.


Read Books

TitleAuthorPublish DateRating
Say You SwearM. Brandy2022⭐⭐⭐⭐
Daughter of the Moon GoddessSue Lynn Tan2022⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
The War of Two QueensJennifer L Armentrout2022⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
A River EnchantedRebecca Ross2022⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
A Marvellous LightFreya Marske2021⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
Fire HeartEmma Hamm2022⭐⭐⭐⭐
Dragon HeartstringJuliette Cross2016⭐⭐⭐⭐
Dragon's Are a Girl's Best FriendIsla Frost2021⭐⭐⭐⭐
All is Faerie in Love and WarIsla Frost2021⭐⭐⭐⭐
Vampires Will be VampiresIsla Frost2021⭐⭐⭐
CourtTracy Wolff2022⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
The ChaseElle Kennedy2018⭐⭐⭐
The RiskElle Kennedy2019⭐⭐⭐
The Off Limits RuleSarah Adams2020⭐⭐

Feel free to sort the table however you like. You’ll notice I didn’t read a lot of books, but 29% of them were 5 star reads. So that is pretty amazing to be honest! I’m quite happy with how many I had.


Read ARCs

TitleAuthorPublish DateRating
Ashton HallLauren BelferJune 7, 2022⭐⭐⭐⭐
Juniper & ThornAva ReidMay 24, 2022⭐⭐
Nettle & BoneT. KingfisherApril 26, 2022⭐⭐⭐⭐

ARCs Recieved

  • From Bad to Cursed by Lana Harper
  • Twin Crowns by Catherine Doyle
  • The King Will Betray You by Sarah Henning
  • How To Fake it in Hollywood by Ava Wilder
  • Three Kisses, One Midnight by Roshani Chokshi

On the Blog

I posted 2 times on my blog in March. Whoops.


Around and About

I’ve been busy with school, I’m taking my research seminar and a collection development course. They end this month! Then I have 2 final classes and I’ll be done with grad school. I’ve applied to a Youth Librarian Position, which is exciting!

I’ve been keeping my instagram updated. I also have one for Poppy now too that you can follow!

It’s at wolfie.poppy.


CONCLUSION

Thus concludes my March 2022 wrap up!

I absolutely cannot  believe it is October! What happened to September? Here it is a rather unfortunate mid-80s, and that doesn’t seem about to change anytime soon. I am very much looking forward to cooler weather. Weather that I can wear sweaters in. That’s a bit besides the point, but my month of September for reading was very good. I read thirty 30! Books this month. I was averaging a book a day. But I also messed up my October hopeful books because I ended up reading some of them in September. Now I’ll just have to find some new books to read. (I got a little obsessed and couldn’t decide what to read…so here we are.)

My favorite book this month was definitely Half Sick of Shadows. Laura K Sebastian is an amazing author and this book was no exception. I had a few four star reads, like Afterlove, The Hollow Gods, A Lesson in Thorns, Death in the Family, and Say You’re Sorry.

Then there were a few  three star reads that verged on four and include books like The Witch Haven, and The Echoed Realm.

Most of the rest were three stars, but I did have one two star read that surprised me: The Final Girl Support Group.

Overall it was a great month!

Happy September all! I’m a little belated in posting this (yet again) and one day I will post these in a timely manner. But today is not that day! So this is my August wrap-up in the first week of September.

I had no five star books in August. 🙁 While that is disappointing I did have some amazing reads this past month that weren’t five stars, but ones that I really enjoyed. I’ve been more on an adult fiction kick, but I did read some YA in August.

My favorite four star reads were:

-Talk Bookish To Me

-The Mask Falling

-The Deal

-The Winner’s Kiss

-The Simple Wild

My least favorite book this month was Savage Lands. This was followed by:

-Finding Grace

-Beautiful Legend

-Master of Salt & Bones

-Music of the Night

The book that surprised me the most that I enjoyed was To Sleep in a Sea of Stars. It was way more enjoyable than I thought and I gave it 3.5 stars. Also middle of the road books that I expected to love is JLA’s Covenant series. I didn’t end up loving it, but it was enjoyable.

I’m definitely looking forward to fall and some great new reads!

Well, well, well. I haven’t done a wrap up since March. Oops. But promise, I had a good reason. I’ve been just so busy with life! And reading. Also I sometimes forget I have a blog. I’ll try and be better. I’m sure you’re curious about how my month was, right?

It was a good month overall. I’ve found myself gravitating to more adult fiction, especially my KU subscription. I’ve also apparently been giving out less five stars and more three stars…weird.

Anyways, the books I read were:

books I read in July 2021

  • The Burning God
  • Curse of the Specter Queen
  • The Traitor Queen
  • Daughter of Sparta
  • Tithe
  • Valiant
  • Ironside
  • For the Wolf
  • Any Way the Wind Blows
  • Zodiac Academy 1-6
  • Gild
  • Glint
  • Gleam
  • House of Hollow
  • Of Wolves and Wardens
  • Fire with Fire
  • Gods & Monsters
  • Birthday
  • Girl
  • Six Crimson Cranes

my top reads

My top reads of the month include Any Way the Wind Blows, Daughter of Sparta, Gild, Glint, Gleam, Curse of the Specter Queen, The Crown of Gilded Bones, Gods & Monsters.

I enjoyed most of the rest. Really, I had a good month with enjoyable books which is SUCH a nice change. Sometimes I get a lot of bad books and I don’t really enjoy them which is unfortunate.

the bad

Really, the only one I really didn’t enjoy was Of Wolves and Wardens.

Although The Modern Faerie Tales were okay, I gave them three stars, but that was on the bottom. I didn’t love them as much as I wish I did. And Zodiac Academy was decent. I don’t know whether I’ll continue reading that series or not.

overall

Overall, I think I had a good month. Not sure what I will be reading next month, however!

march 2021, what a month!

Hello all, first off, happy April! This is my month in review! I can’t believe we’re almost into spring already! Warmer weather will be here soon and that means I’ll be headed outdoors to enjoy my reading. But what absolutely astonishes me is it has been over a year since the pandemic “officially” started! Time has flown by so fast! As of right now I am in classes four and five of my MLIS out of thirteen total. So this summer I’ll be halfway through.

One of the things I wanted to mention is I have had less time for bookish related things as grad school has ramped up. I’m not posting as much on my blog or instagram as I want to, and I have had to drop booktube entirely. Just not enough time in a day to keep up with everything! I have also been reading less much to my disappointment. I only read twenty three books in March. It is a low number for me.

But onto the stuff you really care about…what I read this month!

five star reads

I had five 5 star reads this month. Covet was my most anticipated alongside One Last Stop, so I’m glad they lived up to my expectations. Then two JLA books which were ridiculously good, and a surprise, Ariadne which was beyond excellent.

four star reads

I had four 4 star reads this month. I enjoyed them all!

three star reads

I had eleven three star reads. Most of them I enjoyed, although a few more than others.

two star reads and below

These are the books that were two stars and below. Four Winds is here because I did not know what to rate it.

the posts

This month was mostly about reviews, although I did do one post on Book Box Subscriptions! Overall, it was a pretty slow month because like I said, grad school and work have been keeping me really busy.

last thoughts

I hit 4k on my bookstagram last month, which was awesome! Way more than I could believe! Overall it was a good month. JLA is now a favorite author of mine!

How was your month?

Suffice to say, I read a lot this month. I had spring break for a week so I did several readathons on my own to get through a backlog of ARCs. I was highly successful in them all.

My Stats

Books Read: 38
Books Hauled: 18 (whoops?)
Book Reviews on Blog: 16
Other Posts: 1
ARCS Reviewed: 10

What I Read

What I Liked

By The Book
All the Stars and Teeth
The Silvered Serpents
Shielded
The Crow Rider
Chain of Gold
Crescent City ** Still working on a review…

Last Thoughts

I want to get back into book tags and maybe start doing some videos, but we’ll see! What were your favorite books this month?

It’s that time of month: the monthly wrap-up! I’m putting this in a slightly different format than before. We’ll see how it works out! ?

This month I read twenty-two books!! It was a really mixed bag for February. I had some that I really loved and others that I was just “eh” about. I’m going to feature a few I liked!

What I Read!

What I Liked

Wicked As You Wish ? ? ? ? ? (Goodreads Review)
A River of Royal Blood ? ? ? ? ? (Blog Review)
Blood Heir ? ? ? ? (Blog Review)
The Name of All Things ? ? ? ? (Goodreads Review)

Blog Posts

I did mostly reviews this month! I’m hoping to start changing that up a bit more this month!

Last Thoughts

Not a bad month overall! I found a few books I really liked, and that makes me happy! I didn’t go crazy and buy a whole lot of books this month, so I’m pleased about that.

What about you? How was your month?