Weekly Reading Wrap Up: March 11th

Books Finished This Week:

I had a pretty successful week in my opinion. I can’t wait to see how much further I get next week. I know that I won’t have downtime like this here soon. I’ll take advantage of it while I have it.

My Activity This Week:

Pages Read: 1267
Hours Read: 22
Books Finished: 5
Best Read Day: 612 Pages/623 Minutes

I’d love to hear about your week of reading!

November Reading Recap

  1. Toxic Effects
  2. Jasmine Zumideh Needs a Win
  3. The Last Hill
  4. Frankie’s Wish
  5. What We Never Say
  6. Blood Sanctuary Part One
  7. Revelation
  8. Chase Greatness
  9. The Science of Mind
  10. Sword & Sorcery
  11. The Endgame
  12. Blood Sanctuary Part Two
  13. Esperance
  14. The Bezos Blueprint
  15. Killer Revenge
  16. Overtime
  17. Compassion
  18. The Lucky Diamond
  19. Now & Then
  20. Blood Union Part One

I’ll have reviews for all of these in my book review section. Some are posted already and some will be posted soon. It was a good reading month!

August Wrap Up

I was convinced that I wouldn’t do too great this year. I was surprised when I wound up doing really amazing. Way better than I thought I would do. I finished 22 books this month!

Books I Finished:

  1. Royal Captive by Heather Frost
  2. Illicit Intent by Debbie Baldwin
  3. Buried Beneath by Debbie Baldwin
  4. Embrace the Shadows by Jenn D Young
  5. Past Purgatory by Debbie Baldwin
  6. Fortune and Glory by Janet Evanovich
  7. Fire & Ash by Heather Frost
  8. Heartstopper Vol 1 by Alice Oseman
  9. The Keeper of Night by Kylie Lee Baker
  10. The Butterfly Garden by Dot Hutchison
  11. Shield & Blade by Heather Frost
  12. Obsession by Karen Robards
  13. R.A.T. by Robin Jeffrey
  14. The Roses of May by Dot Hutchison
  15. Violet Made of Thorns by Gina Chen
  16. Hair of the Dog by MK Mancos and Cara North
  17. Stranded on Castaway Island by Amy C. Laundrie
  18. Game On by Janet Evanovich
  19. Between the Moons by P.L. Porter
  20. Dracos Anthology by Various Authors
  21. Earning It by E.F. Dold
  22. Cupcakes and Catastrophe

I’d love to see what you read in August! If you made a blog, post the link in the comments so I can interact with it! If you don’t have a blog, that’s cool! Just comment the books on the comments and I’ll interact! Happy reading!

My Reading Stats: June 5th

Lately, I haven’t read as much as I’d like. I’m reading every day still, but just barely on some days. I have still been keeping track. I am hoping that sharing my progress on here will be helpful. We shall see. I will make it from Sunday to Saturday.

Note: Some ebooks I have don’t have page numbers so I measure it by % instead. It gets a little tricky with daily page counting, but it works in the end.


Rise of Riverstone: 401-404
War Storm: 322-391


War Storm: 392-430
Rise of Riverstone: 405-590


Royal Spy: 1%-9%


Royal Spy: 10%-18%


War Storm: 431-538


War Storm: 539-662
Royal Spy: 19%-31%


Royal Spy: 32%-35%

What I hope to read this week:

  1. Royal Spy by Heather Frost
  2. Into the Violet Gardens by Isaac Nasri
  3. Once Upon a Broken Heart by Stephanie Garber
  4. Home Field Advantage by Dahlia Adler
  5. Nightcrawling by Lelie Mottley
  6. The Gate Keeper by James Byrne
  7. Scorpion’s Dance by Jefferson Morley
  8. Greenlights by Matthew McConaughey

I’d like to try to read at least a hundred pages a day, but I know that there will be days I won’t do that. I am going to at least make it a point to read at least a chapter a day. I love my job, but sometimes the back-to-back calls for the entire shift is mentally draining. It makes wanting to read really hard. I’ve found myself watching more television than I have reading when I’m not working. I’m just thankful that I’m not having major anxiety over that anymore!

Tell me about your reading these days!

AYearathon Go Green Readathon Results

Last week was AYearathon. It took place from April 11th to April 17th. The theme was Go Green. Read ebooks and audiobooks. I actually did well with that. I didn’t pick up a single physical copy for the entire week. I had ebook and audiobook options for every book I read.

My Progress:

Books Finished:

Books Read:

  1. The Ash Moon by Michelle Dare (Audiobook)- 156 Pages
  2. The Somber Call by Michelle Dare (Audiobook)- 266 Pages
  3. Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard (Audiobook)- 220 Pages
  4. The Frequency by Terry Kitto (E-Book)- 145 Pages
  5. Gathering of the Four by A.E. Bennett (E-Book)- 99 Pages
  6. Royal Decoy by Heather Frost (E-Book)- 25 Pages
  7. The Crucial Shift by Michelle Dare (Audiobook)- 260 Pages
  8. Wake’s Claim by Michelle Dare (Audiobook)- 288 Pages
  9. Zelia by Zora Marie (Audiobook)- 14 Chapters (Pages Unknown)

Total Pages: 1,459 +

I look forward to participating in their readathon next month!

Weekly Wrap Up: 4/10/21

Welcome to Weekly Wrap Up. I will discuss how my week has gone. I will include any pictures I’ve taken for the week and my progress in reading. It won’t be all about books. Just my week in general. I will also highlight my five favorite blogs I’ve read during the week.

This has been a really great week. My reading rut is gone. I went from not finishing any books to getting five finished in a few weeks. It really does make me feel good. I was beginning to wonder if I was ever going to get out of the funk that I was in.

I’m also finally able to come up with a schedule that fully works for me. I spent a good part of the week catching up on some things I’m behind on. It’s a great feeling to not feel bogged down on things you’re behind on. I can’t tell you how relieved I feel.

Looking forward to another great week!

Featured Blogs:

Top 10 Tuesday: Books I’d Gladly Throw in the Ocean by One Book More

March 2021 Monthly Wrap-Up by The Geekish Brunette

Unboxing: Unplugged Book Box YA “Power” April 2021 by Alison in Bookland

Three Bookish Things Tag by Hundreds & Thousands of Books

T.T.T. Chuck it in the Ocean! by Books are the New Black

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First Weekly Wrap Up

Welcome to Weekly Wrap Up. I will discuss how my week has gone. I will include any pictures I’ve taken for the week and my progress in reading. It won’t be all about books. Just my week in general. I will also highligt my five favorite blogs I’ve read during the week.

This week has gone amazingly for me. I started production at work. I’ve gotten back into reading. I’ve finished two book so far! It’s a huge feat for me right now.

I’ve rearranged some blog posts this week. I’ve also rearranged my schedule outside of work too. For those of you who don’t know, I now host two meetings a week on Goodreads. If you all would like to join, let me know. I’ll start including the links into the blog.

Starting next week, I’ll highlight five of my favorite blogs on this weekly blog. It’s something I am really excited about doing. I don’t read as many blogs as I probably should. I’ve been working on changing that lately. If you aren’t following the person I spotlight, I strongly encourage you to follow them! They will be just as amazing as the blog post I was enamored with!

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Writing PROMPTS: Donating Time Or Money

Do you prefer to donate time or money to those in need? Why?

I guess I would have to say time more than money, but I would ultimately go with both. Yes, money in most of these cases is very important, but time is just as important as well. Sometimes it’s its more important to see compassion in the decision the person has made than the monetary value they can or can’t provide. In the end, I would still prefer to do both. Especially if it involved children and animals. I am very compassionate. I wish I could take the pain and suffering from everybody.

Weekly Wrap Up 3/15/20

It’s been an insane week. Not only for myself and my family. The world seems to have been going through a lot. We went to stock up on dog food the other day so we can stay at home and prep for training. We start the 20th. We are both so excited! This week will be spent reading and getting ahead of schedule to the best of my ability. Only time I’ll be getting on computer will be to check email and schedule blogs. It will be so worth it!

Game Talk: Rediscovering My Love Of Solitaire
Weekly Book Haul 3/13/20
Audiobook Chat: My First Microphone
WWW Wednesday 3/11/20
Top 10 Goals
Weekly Blogging And Reading Plans 3/9/20

Expeditionary Force Book 3 Audiobook Tour
The Road To Delano Blog Tour
Veiled Sun Blog Tour
Lake Lanier Mysteries Book 2 Audiobook Blog Tour
A Pattern Of Shadow And Light Audiobook Blog Tour
Sting Blog Tour
Nite Fire Book 1 Audiobook Tour
Expeditionary Force Book Two Audiobook Blog Tour

SpecOps by Craig Alanson Book Review
Columbus Day by Craig Alanson Book Review
Beyond The Mist by Casi McLean Book Review

One of my favorite things of being a part of the blogger community is reading and being in awe of all the amazing blogs I’m blessed to come across. I have the App installed on my phone and get push notifications for most of the blogs I follow. I discover new books. I discover new recipes. I discover that I’m not alone. I’m not a freak of nature like I seem to think I am. But I digress. I read tons of great blogs. So every week, I’m going to showcase five of them. I wish I could do more, but if I posted every blog I think was awesome, I’d overwhelm some! I hope that through this, many people are able to connect with the bloggers that I adore so much, and they are able to connect back.

What I’ve read this year so far
Stacking The Shelves – 14/02/20 📚📚📚 #StackingTheShelves
Bourbon Sirloin Steak
Archive Nostalgia: Top 10 Powerful Quotes from 1930s Poetry
The Mystery Blogger Award (III)

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