February Wrap-Up 2022

If there’s one thing you can currently count on me for, it’s wrapping up my previous month of reading (despite being nearly nine days into a new month).

Books Read

My Scribd app [once again] ruled my reading in February. I’m considering deleting it so I can pay attention to the various books on my physical bookshelves, although I did scoff at myself while typing that just now, so I’m not guaranteeing anything.

  • Hold Me Until Midnight by Christina Philips 
    • Scribd ebook
  • Down for the Count by Christine Bell
    • Scribd ebook
  • Try Me by Diane Alberts
    • Scribd ebook
  • Once Upon a Dare by Jennifer Bonds
    • Scribd ebook
  • Changing His Game by Megan Erickson
    • Scribd ebook
  • Leveling the Field by Megan Erickson
    • Scribd ebook
  • Sasha and the Butcher by Stephanie Kazowz
    • Scribd ebook

Books I Did Not Finish

  • One Day I Saw a Black King by J.D. Mason
    • Scribd ebook

This begins with such an emotional and tragic scene, with such horrific implications, that I could not get very far. I’m not sure if I’ll be able to return to it. I still recommend J.D. Mason as a writer, though—there’s no doubt about that.

  • Out of Control by Nina Croft
    • Scribd ebook

I cannot remember for the life of me why I didn’t finish this, which indicates that I probably just got bored with it.

  • Playing For Her Heart by Megan Erickson
    • Scribd ebook

I do remember why I didn’t finish this, and it is because I got bored with it.

Blog Posts

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I am still really feeling everything I talked about in my January Wrap-Up—generally worn down, struggling to “get on track” with all my goals and ideas for this year—fortunately this also includes still feeling happy about having this space on the internet. I know I haven’t been here that often in the past couple of months, but I have enjoyed seeing all of your blog posts when I do log on.

As always, I’d love to hear about what you’ve been reading, including any blog posts you’ve loved. Let’s chat in the comments.

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