FEBRUARY 2020 | Wrap-Up

February has come and gone, taking with it many ups and downs and a few great books. Even though there was an additional day in February this year (happy belated leap day!) this month still whizzed by. Here's what I was up to in February: Unfortunately, I had very little time to read in February. …

5 Classics for February

In this series, I recommend five classics each month that remind me of that particular time of the year. For the month of February, I thought I would highlight some of my favorite classic romance novels, most of them from the Victorian Era. What's better than a little Jane Austin at this time of year? …

FEBRUARY 2018 | Wrap-Up

Happy March! It's that time once again to look back on the last month's books, favorites, adventures, and highlights. I'm just going to ignore the fact that it's March already and spring has basically already arrived in England which means we're getting closer to summer... but enough looking ahead! Here's what I was up to …

FEBRUARY 2017 | Wrap-Up

WOW, what a month February was!! It feels as though I've hardly had time to process the whirlwind of events that have happened recently, so I'm just going to jump right into this wrap up and see what happens. In February I read a total of ZERO books. That's right: I read nothing in February. Well, that's not …

Monthly Wrap-Up: February 2015

Bookish News: This month I somehow managed to read a total of 6 books. I don't know how I did it because I was extremely busy with school and a few of these are pretty long, but it happened somehow! Great Expectations by Charles Dickens The Crane Wife by Patrick Ness Why I Write by George Orwell Only …

February Favorites

It's the last day of February, my friends, and what a month it has been! Here are some of my favorite things that I experienced in the month of February: 1. My first pair of high-top Converse! I've adored Converse ever since I was in middle school, but until recently I had never owned a …

Valentine’s Day: A History

Every year on February 14, people in the United States rush around buying their romantic interests chocolates, flowers, cards, and other gifts. It is a holiday that teenage girls dream longingly about, while at the same time causing teenage boys to cringe. Children often give each other Valentine's Day cards in school, and decorate their …