January was really a hectic month – Find out why ♡
I’m so glad January is over and done with, it seemed like this month had an endless amount of days! My family from the UK was here in the beginning of January which left me with little/to no time to read or blog. Then in the middle of January I started my first “grown up” job and I was so exhausted when I got home in the evenings that I didn’t even have the energy to open a book, let alone touch a computer.
So as you can see I didn’t really have time for anything book related this month and that is why this is going to be a very short Wrap-Up post.
♡ Harry Potter and The Prisoner of Azkaban by J.K. Rowling (🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 stars)
Sadly this is the only book I managed to finish this month. I’m currently in the middle of a very exciting thriller called The Book of Mirrors that was sent to me for review! I can’t wait to share my thoughts on this one!
I firstly have to give a great big hug to all my amazing followers – I have reached the 900 follower mark and I cannot believe it! It amazes me every day to think that 900 people want to listen to me rant on the internet over books, so thank you so much!
I’m really trying to get into some sort of routine so that I can juggle blogging, blog-hopping, reading, working and exercising all at one time. I’m going to try my best and schedule some posts over the weekends and then blog-hop a little after I get home from gym. I’ll then just have to squish in reading in my precious spare time! Hopefully this works for me and I can have a successful February ♡
I’m also going to try and start a bullet journal for February (I’m not sure what I’m going to include) but I got inspired by Ashleigh’s lovely Bullet Journal Post and now I just have to give it a go! If you have any tips and tricks for me – Let me know in the comments ♡
I hope each one of you has a very successful February and that you just read really good books!
Did you have a good start to the year? What was your favourite book that you read this month? What’s on your TBR for February? Let me know in the comments!