Happy May, everyone! April has been a bit of a whirlwind – lots of studying and writing essays, along with Easter celebrations, new jobs and planning for my move to London AND my trip to Paris! Stress!! (It was also my birthday on the 29th, so I took a very nice day off with that.) I’m glad to say that I’ve pretty much caught up on my blogging, and hopefully you won’t notice my absence too much during my exams.
Mental Health Monday:
Read 150 books: I am currently sitting on 55/150 books, which is pretty decent! I’ve resigned myself to the fact that I probably won’t get much reading done during May, but hopefully in June I’ll be speeding through my ARCs and other things.
Try more genres: I read more poetry this month – Salt and Bone, which were both brilliant. I also read a few more nonfiction titles (Browse and Virgin Envy) which I also enjoyed!
Read more ARCs: YES! Because I took part in the AVA Readathon, I read a whole bunch of ARCs, which is fabulous. However. I also requested quite a few more ARCs in April, too. WHY DO I DO THIS?!
Keep track of what I read: I finally updated my spreadsheet! I’m not exactly sure how I want to talk about my findings though – a big break-down at the end of the year? Or maybe every six months? We shall see.
Complete the 2017 Diversity Bingo:
What blogging goals do y’all have for the month of May?