How the Penguins Saved Veronica by Hazel Prior ★★★★★ #BookReview #BookBlog

Primary Genre(s): Fiction, Adult Contemporary
Published: 16 June 2020 by Berkley (U.S.)  
Page count: 368 (paperback)
My Format: eBook via Overdrive
Cover: Cute
Pacing: Good  
Ending: Satisfying
Do I Recommend: Yes!
Commission Link (U.S.): Buy How the Penguins Saved Veronica

My rating: ★★★★★

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Love Your Body by Jessica Sanders ★★★☆☆ #BookReview #BookBlog


Primary Genre(s): Children’s Nonfiction
Published: 3 Mar 2020 by Frances Lincoln Children’s Books
Page count: 40
My Format: eARC via NetGalley
Cover: Okay
Pacing: Not Applicable
Ending: Not Applicable
Would I recommend it: Maybe
Commission Link: Buy Love Your Body

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April 2020 Reading Wrap-up! #BookBlog #BookReview #WrapUp


April felt like the longest month of my entire life, but I still only finished 8 books! I realize that since I have been working from home I have been missing the audiobooks I typically listen to on my morning commute. I usually complete at least 4 audiobooks each month so that is why my numbers are currently down… at least down from normal for me. I’m not complaining though! The books I read this month were generally fantastic so I am going to consider it quality over quantity this month!!

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March 2020 Reading Wrap-up! #BookBlog #BookReview #WrapUp

March Wrap

Well, goodness sakes! This month was definitely one for the books! This COVID-19 pandemic has put everything into a tailspin! I’m sure most of you all are just like me and under a stay at home order of some kind. While I am designated as an essential worker due the type of government contracts I work on, I am fortunate enough to be able to do my work from home. I have only been out of my house twice since March 12 and both times were to get groceries. It is very surreal. As an introvert, Continue reading “March 2020 Reading Wrap-up! #BookBlog #BookReview #WrapUp”