It’s April, and that means it’s time to update you all on my Clearing The Hoard – Bookwyrm Challenge! I ended up reading The Polar Express by Chris Van Allsburg, and I have to admit that I wasn’t a fan. It wasn’t bad, but it wasn’t as amazing as everyone has made it out to be. Maybe it’s because I’m 30 or that I’m not a massive fan of the Christmas season, but this one was a dud to me. In the end, I gave it three caffeinated stars. It was just a meh to me. I decided that I was going to give away my copy, and my sister claimed my autographed copy! She will be the proud owner of The Polar Express, and I’ll have a bit of free space to add another autographed book!
Here are the books I’ve given away in March*:
March is finally over, and most of us are stuck in the house. While you’re stuck in the house, I recommend taking a look at my post, Protecting Your Book Collection, to get yet another project you and your family can do! As many of you know, I took a bit of a hiatus this month. With COVID-19 happening, I just haven’t had the energy to focus on my blog. I ended up buying a Nintendo Switch and have dived into the world of video games as a way to escape the constant barrage of news. I’m thankful I did because I needed a way to turn off my overly anxious brain & reading wasn’t cutting it.
With all that said, I hope you all are healthy and finding ways to occupy yourself. I appreciate you all coming and reading this post and my blog in general. You rock, and you deserve all the good things!
It’s March, and that means it’s time to update you all on my Clearing The Hoard – Bookwyrm Challenge! I ended up reading Royal Elves by Misty D. Billman. I ran out of time, and I knew that there was no way I would be able to finish Persepolis while babysitting, so during nap time, I read Royal Elves. Unfortunately, I wasn’t that impressed. I didn’t feel connected to the characters, found some spelling errors, and almost DNF’d it in the first 20 pages. I ended up giving it two caffeinated stars because I enjoyed the plot.