From My Bookshelf Series

From My Bookshelf: Hancock, Breathe, Heaven (Choose My TBR)

This month, I’ve pulled three books From My Bookshelf that have two major things in common:

  • They are Book of the Month editions
  • I have not read them

In addition to summarizing the books below and quickly talking about why I selected them via Book of the Month, I’m also asking for your help in deciding which one I should put on my August TBR.

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June 2019 Bookstagram Wrap-Up | There's Something About KM

Monthly Wrap-Up | June 2019

Halfway through the year – who else is panicking about the books you haven’t read yet? 😬 Fortunately – and I hope this is true for you too – the books I have read so far have been wonderful, including the few I read in June.

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Monthly Wrap-Up | April 2019

Well this month sure was turbulent. I started April by ringing in a celebration of my blogiversary, looked back on some of my first Instagram posts, and kicked off the first giveaway here on There’s Something About KM. Then it all came crashing down.

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Monthly Wrap-Up | March 2019

March moved as slowly as February moved quickly – which is not a complaint. I discovered (and read) some great books, went on some fun day trips, and happily welcomed spring.

Next month is going to be a busy one here on There’s Something About KM, because it is my blogiversary. I have a giveaway planned and some throwback posts drafted, and of course, there are a few books I’d like to finish reading, too. But before all of that, here’s what went on during the month of March.

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From My (E)Bookshelf: Curse, Failsafe, Nyxia

This month I’m looking away from my physical shelves and addressing some of the barely started/unfinished books from my ebookshelf – and more specifically, those that have been on my Kindle app for quite a while.

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Monthly Wrap-Up | February 2019

February, I am sorry to see most of you go, but March, I’m really excited to see you. I’m looking forward to spring, more sunshine, and hopefully a better reading and blogging record. 

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