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February Monthly Wrap Up

1 Mar 2015

On The Blog


This month consisted mainly of my still trying to get into the swing of posting regularly. It has definitely improved from January and I posted several reviews this month alongside a Stacking The Shelves every Saturday/Sunday, several Hot New Releases and some other fun stuff :)

The Most Viewed Posts From February

His Dark Materials Readalong - Announcement
Review of The Fire Sermon
UKYA Extravaganza Blog Tour - Lou Morgan Turns The Tables

Reviews Posted

Four reviews were posted on Bookish Treasures this month.

Becoming Alpha - YA Paranormal Romance - 3.5 Stars
Dark Siren - YA Paranormal Romance - 4 stars
Smokescreen - Contemporary Romance - 5 stars
The Fire Sermon - Dystopia / Fantasy - 5 stars

You can expect even more in March! :D

Personal Things


University has now fully restarted from after Christmas and though it is hectic and hard work at times it is so much fun. We have now started our Children's Writing & Publishing module in which we are working in groups to conceptualise and part produce a picture book and I am loving that so much! I have completely rediscovered my love of picture books. We have also started production & design which is being taught by AMAZING freelance designer Becky Chilcott, she works with top publishers in the UK and has been part of the design team behind covers such as Throne Of Glass, Jacqueline Wilson's books and the new Harry Potter covers! She is an excellent person to be learning from and she is always talking about children's and YA books which is extra fantastic.

The cheerleading competition season has now started for Universities and though our full cheer team hasn't competed yet February saw the debut competition for our two stunt groups and the pom dance team (which I am in) and we left with 3 trophies :) We are now gearing up for a big competition in early April.


February has actually been pretty uneventful :P

Books Read




March TBR


In February I did a terrible job of sticking to what I planned to read so I'm not going to pressure myself too much to read any particular books as I don't think it works for me but at a minimum I would like to read Hero by Samantha Young, Seven Days by Eve Ainsworth, Crow Moon by Anna McKerrow and Love Bomb by Jenny McLachlan.

Feel free to recommend me books to read in March especially as I am feeling uninspired by most of my TBR (I just want Urban Fantasy at the moment!) :(
 
Here's to a hopefully fantastic March!

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