februaryFebruary in Books

February, for me, was about reading books I knew I’d love and getting out of that blogging slump. In my last discussion post, I talked about how the Gloomy and Rainy Weather affected my Blogging habits. Rainy weather is perfect for cuddling up on the couch wrapped in a blanket with a cup of tea and a good book. So I read a lot, but somehow I just couldn’t get myself to blog about it. The reviewing went slow, and I found myself without inspiration plenty of times.

What I did manage to do (as I briefly mentioned above) was to write some discussion posts again, which I enjoyed and will be doing more. I cut back on the Top Ten Tuesday posts because I wasn’t really feeling like them for a while… About a week ago though, a friend told me that she loved the Top Ten Tuesday posts. So hereby I am promising to participate regularly in the feature again. I started participating in Epic Rec with Kim from the Book Hoarder (Whom I met this month! She’s awesome!). Also, the books I did review got some very high ratings. I’m officially out of THE slump and I’m back!

What’s up in March?

My first Blogaversary on March 10th!!! Shocker… my blog almost exists One Year! Write it down in those planners, because I have some really nice things to give away! I am really excited to share it with you, and its been super hard to keep everything to myself, and I’m super relieved it’s ALMOST March 10th so I can blab all about it.

Picture Perfect

Love“When surrounded by the people you love, life is more than good, it’s wonderful!”

I spent a lot of time with my family in February. I have quite some little nephews and nieces and they never fail to make my day. I enjoy every single moment I spend with them <3

Stuck On Replay

Most Memorable Quote

“When I read, I feel emotion all on my own. Emotion no living person is making me feel.” 

― Kasie West, Pivot Point