Wednesday, 31 May 2017
Month in Review: May
If you're reading this, I survived May! I'm not exactly out of the woods yet because exams are still to come, but it seems crazy to think that by my next month in review, I'll be a high school graduate. Here's what happened in May:
What I Read:
Hollow City by: Ransom Riggs: 4/5 stars
Thirteen Reasons Why by: Jay Asher: 3/5 stars
Half-Blood by: Jennifer Armentrout: 1/5 stars
Hamlet by: William Shakespeare: 3/5 stars
Talking as Fast as I Can by: Lauren Graham: 5/5 stars
We Are Still Tornadoes by: Michael Kun and Susan Mullen
Favourite book: Obviously Talking as Fast as I Can seeing as it was my only 5 star review! But to be honest, there weren't any books this month that completely and utterly shattered my mind. I'm kinda in a "meh" stage of reading.
What I Blogged:
I'm actually quite proud of my blog posts this month! I really enjoyed writing my Gender Neutrality in Writing post and got a lot of great opinions!
Favourite Blog Posts of the Month:
Brooklyn shares her Winter Reads
Sierra has made a Return to Blogging
Cait shares YA Parents that Need Prequels
Lais discusses Reading in Other Languages
Life Stuff of the Month:
Oh god, what didn't happen this month?! Prom happened, University acceptances happened, flooded basements happened, birthdays happened, tv shows being awesome happened, being sociable happened as well! It was a hell of a month and being finished is such a relief.
I am happy to be getting into June, and more than happy to be almost done high school. But enough about me, how was your month? Did you do anything fun?
Emily @ Paperback Princess