I watched Star Wars: A Solo Story, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, Deadpool 2, and Avengers Infinity War this month.
That’s not too bad (3 movies in one month). Jurassic World was a pleasant surprise (it was actually really enjoyable, at least for me), Star Wars was…okay. Deadpool 2 was kind of disappointing, something tells me it wasn’t as funny as the first one (I don’t know why), but I still enjoyed it. Avengers Infinity War should not need any elaboration, because it’s Avengers Infinity War.
MY BLOGGING GAME IS BACK WITH FULL FORCE THIS MONTH
As you guys may know, for the past few months I had been horrible with managing my blog because I completely dedicated myself to dragging my grades up (which was not in vain thank god). So this month I worked twice as hard to get back on track, and I feel like I did pretty good. I’m so happy and I am pretty proud of myself, I have nothing to regret, which is the best feeling ever 💕.
So many books, so little time
I really did very well (and my best, I didn’t waste any time) so I don’t regret anything.
First month of my summer vacation is already over (sigh)
I’ve started fan art
Canada Day 🍁 💖
this month on the blog
Blog Tour: Review of Bring Me Their Hearts by Sara Wolf
Want to Start Reading Fantasy? My Tips to Guide Your Introduction to This Genre
Book Blitz: Quinsey Wolfe’s Glass Vault by Candace Robinson With Exclusive Giveaway and More!
Book Review: The Hating Game by Sally Thorne
This Week Recap #30: A definition of an uneventful week
Book Review: A Court of Frost and Starlight by Sarah J. Maas
“All About Reading” Tag
Book Blitz: Between the Sea and Stars by Chantal Gadoury, With Exclusive Excerpt and Giveaway!
ARC Review: Intricate Deceptions by Jennifer Rayes
This Week Recap #29: A Very Productive Week
Cover Reveal: Renegade by Mallory McCartney + Exclusive Excerpt and Giveaway
Character Driven V.S. Plot Driven
ARC Review: Ignite the Stars by Maura Mila
This Week Recap #28: It has been way too long
You know the book is good when…
My Summer Reading List for 2018, Six of Crows, Rick Riordan Books, and more
ARC Review: The Tombs by Deborah Schaumberg
BOOKS READ THIS MONTH
The Tombs by Deborah Schaumberg
Ignite the Stars by Maura Mila
Intricate Deceptions by Jennifer Rayes
A Court of Frost and Starlight by Sarah J. Maas
Bring Me Their Hearts by Sara Wolf
Magnus Chase and the Sword of Summer by Rick Riordan
Magnus Chase and the Hammer of Thor
Magnus Chase and the Ship of the Dead
Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo
The Cruel Prince by Holly Black
Dimension Drift by Christina Bauer
ARCs this month
I participate in the State of the ARC meme, so if you want to see detailed statistics of my ARCs (literally), check out my post here.
I made sure to start this month’s recap especially early just so that 1) I wouldn’t be so rushed to do it, 2) for me to become a better and more organized blogger and 3) so that I could spend more time on improving what to write on my monthly recap posts and making it better.
accomplishments this month
Was March another worthless month for me?
No, but literally by an inch. It was way to close to being another one of those unproductive months.
On social media, I also reached over 800 followers of Twitter, 100 friends on Goodreads, and I was added to the Book Depository blogger list (and I know these numbers are nothing compared to other bloggers, but please bear with me).
I ‘m also really happy to say that I am still receiving a lot of review request, and all thought that can be really overwhelming, it’s things like this that reminded me why I deem my blog as such a big personal achievement for myself.
5 days! God, time goes by so fast. 5 days until one of the greatest movie of all time, a historical moment for the Marvel Cinematic Universe is released. This movies is going to make history. I understand that there are people out there who thinks this movie’s hype is too overrated (because it is just a superhero movie). But this is really an important and significant moment in a Marvel fan’s heart and life.
“This Month Wrap-Up: March 2018 + State of the ARC March” translation: I am finally getting my blog together, so I am literally doing everything at once including mixing two memes together because I’m so irresponsible.
This month was pretty bad when it comes to productivity, because I dropped everything this month to focus on school, and to get as high grades as possible. My Q3 reports came out, and it was a breath of relief, but still not good enough for some of the courses I was originally recommended in, so I need to drag my grades up further.
Other than that, nothing is that eventful, and I’m just another person trying to be surviving life like this:
I’m also pretty sure I broke my record for most review requests received in one month, and that most likely is due to how I signed up for a lot more ARC lists for authors and publishers (which is probably one of the best decisions I’ve ever made).
the arc this month
The thing that makes this specific State of the ARC special is not the number of ARCs I currently have, but the number of ARCs request I didn’t even have time to open yet because I had been focusing so much on school.
I got my first iphone (but it’s still restricted). I would love to take a picture of it, but then again how the hell are you suppose to take a picture of your phone (it’s like trying to write your name on your pencil)
I went to watch Thor: Ragnarok 🔨
My braces is already making notable changes, and my diet is still progressing
Winter is really coming! It’s starting to get cool where I live
Which is awesome because winter is my favorite season, and the cozy environment especially when I’m with my family just put a smile on my face 😊
It has been on my two be-finished list for such a long time, and one of the main reasons that I didn’t finish it is because I read it online three years ago (before I got Andrick, my kindle), and for some reason I never finished it.
And now I did.
And I finished Empire Storms.
And my life is over.
And the Shatter Me series!
…and the hating Game by Susan Throne!
The Reason there is no TBR list for next month is because there are too many, and you can just view it on my Goodreads account. Sorry 😂
This is a really successful reading list (or re-reading week) for an entire month. I discovered one new series to add to my list of favorites (Sarah J. Maas fails to disappoint) and two others which were a little disappointing (*cough* hush hush and sweet *cough*).