February Wrap-up + March Book Club

Hello fellow readers! How was your month of February?

It was a weird one for me. I was impossibly productive at times and outstandingly useless at others. I’ve definitely planned to do yoga and meditation every day this month because my mind is all over the place.

That being said.

I set myself a goal of reading 10 books in February, and I almost achieved it! I read a total of 9 books, which I’m really proud of since it was the shortest month of the year.



Without further ado, here they are! (No synopsis or rating, I’m just going to show you a picture of the books and give you one of my favorite quotes for each, because I’m queen of this blog and I make the rules.)


Wonder, R.J. Palacio


I won’t describe what I look like. Whatever you’re thinking, it’s probably worse.

Playlist for the Dead, Michelle Falkoff


But loneliness is a thing that has weight, and it gets heavier over time.

Hollow City, Ransom Riggs


Just because they knew it was lost didn’t mean they knew how to let it go.

The Wave, Todd Strasser


Was it really true that the natural inclination of people was to look for a leader? Someone to make decisions for them? Indeed, the faces looking up at him said it was.

Poems, by Robert Frost


Two roads diverged in a wood, and I—
I took the one less traveled by,
And that has made all the difference.
(Cliché, maybe, but that will always be my favorite poem of his!)

The Old Man and the Sea, Ernest Hemingway


It’s silly not to hope. It’s a sin he thought.

And now my three favorite books of February!

**drum roll**

drum roll

The Fandom, Anna Day


Exactly one week today, I will hang.

Warcross, Marie Lu


But sometimes, you find yourself standing in exactly the right position, wielding exactly the right weapon to hit back.

That was also the book for February’s Book Club! So Book Discussion here!

To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, Jenny Han


Love is scary: it changes; it can go away. That’s part of the risk.

That last one was my very favorite of the month, and I can’t wait to read the rest of the series!

March’s Book Club

If you want to join, the rules are simple: I announce the book we’ll be reading on the 1st day of each month and we discuss it in a new post that I’ll publish on the 20th. (If you want to make a review of the book on your blog feel free to link it in the comments on the 20th so we can all share and talk books and love life and be awesome.) (For more info, click here.)

We’ll be reading A Wrinkle in Time, by Madeleine L’Engle! It’s a classic, and the movie is coming out this year so I want to hurry to read this before I see the film!


Now let’s talk!

What did you guys read in February?

What are your reading goald for March?

Let me know in the comments! 🙂

15 thoughts on “February Wrap-up + March Book Club

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  1. The Wave sounds interesting!

    I read 4 1/2 books in February. My reading plan for this year is to read two shorter-ish books, then a longer look (like Gone with the Wind, The Idiot). And I’m trying my best to not buy too many books this year – gotta get through my current stash hahahahaha

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    1. I think you would like The Wave, Marica! (Judging from other books I know you like.) And it’s a short book so you could easily fit it into your reading plan! (Which is very clever, btw.)
      Yeah, I have that goal too of not buying too many books, haha. We’ll see how that goes. 😉


  2. Hello Audrey!
    Love that you shared a quote for each book you read this month. I don’t think I’ve seen that done before 🙂
    I also loved Warcross (and was completely blown away by the plot twists!!) I read the Lara Jean series recently as well- it truly is amazing. I loved how relatable Lara Jean and all the other characters are! The last book was fantastic and my favourite of the trilogy. Hope that you will enjoy the rest of this series as much as I had 🙂

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    1. Thank you! I never read the synopsis of a book; I usually just read the first sentence and if I like it I read it. So I figured quotes were a bit like that. If a single line can hook you, it’s amazing!
      Oh my god now I can’t can’t can’t can’t wait to read the rest of Lara Jean’s series! 😀

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      1. I love book quotes for the same reason 🙂 You know when a book is good if it is worth quoting!
        The Lara Jean series was addictive for me- after I read the first book, I couldn’t stop! I think I finished the series in a month haha 🙂 Enjoy!!

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