Happy Pancake day everyone. I hope all of you are making the most of this glorious day. It’s basically an opportunity to eat pancakes a load of pancakes with no regrets. Now, 2019 is quickly flying away from us. I’m still semi-reading, but the thing is, I don’t feel guilty for not finishing or reading a book anymore. I’ll read when I can and feel like it. So, I’m currently in the middle of the collector’s edition of Six of Crows and I love re-reading this book because all those subtle, forgotten moments are coming back and my shipper’s heart is going into overdrive again.
Beyond the books, I seem to just be living in the same old routine. Nothing remarkable happened this month, so it’s just surviving the daily grind. I have been actively writing more TV and film posts lately and I have some ideas for discussion posts, but I just need time to write them all.
Again, I apologise for not being as active on the blog-hopping front. Hopefully, I can do more this month. Anyway, here is my summary for February.
10th Feb: Dissecting my Reading Slump
Top Ten Tuesday
12th Feb: Romantic Book Quotes
TV & Film
3rd Feb: Most Anticipated Films of 2019
17th Feb: Top 5 Marvel Films
25th Feb: What I’ve Been Watching – Dysfunctional Superheroes and light-hearted crime-drama.
28th Feb: The ‘I should have read that’ tag
Favourite Posts in February
Marie @ Drizzle and Hurricane Books spotlights 10 books that bloggers made her read. I was thrilled to be featured on this list, so be sure to keep an eye out for my recommended book.
Beth @ Books Nest lists 10 things that make her happy. What makes you happy?
Sophie @ Sophie’s Corner discusses her good and bad reading habits.
Fadwa @ Word Wonders reopens the #DiverseBookBloggersDiscussionSubmission and highlights the way diverse readers are more than their marginalisation.
Kat @ Life and Other Disasters spotlights What She’s Been Binge-Watching. I highly recommend watching Russian Doll.
Just stay calm, take some time to relax and not stress so much about things you have no control over. I have a 10-day break coming up so I’m trying to think of things to do or catch up on these days off. I might have a weekend break to somewhere, but mostly I just want to relax, and maybe do some more reading.
What was your highlight of the month?
What was the best book you read in March?