SUNDAY FUNDAY: February 2015 Wrap-up

The lovely Cristina over at Girl in the Pages started Sunday Funday as a way to recap the bookish (and not-so-bookish) things that have happened that week.

Hello, lovelies! February has come and gone and it is MARCH FIRST. WHAT IS HAPPENING TO TIME?! …anyway, as I said back in January, I’m going to wrap up each month by showing you the quotes I’ve saved in my book memories can.

This is the Life - Book memories challenge

“The old black dog was back, or maybe it had never gone away. I knew that Louis had always had it snapping at his heels.” – Loc. 572 (ARC)
I like the description of depression as a dog, chasing at you and barking, hope to take a bite of your heels. GR / My review on WatchPlayRead

The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight - Book memories challenge

“People talk about books being an escape…this one feels more like a lifeline.” – Page 153-154
Does this one really need an explanation? GR / my review of TSPOLAFS (Wow) will be up this week

ADSOM

“No, Lila had been running toward something. Something better. And even if she hadn’t reached it yet, she would.” – Loc. 1593 (ARC)
I’m running toward something better. Always. GR / My review

To Be a Cat

“A boy who had no ideea what would happen in his life, or where it would take him, but one thing he was sure of was this – he would always try and be himself.” – Page 289
I try to always, always be myself. No matter what. No matter where I am or where I’ll go. GR

The DUFF

“Escape is impossible, so why no embrace it?” – Page 277
B and I are trying to escape different things, but the quote works for both of us. Just embrace the challenge. GR / My review

It's the End of the World as We Know It

“Q: How many mad scientists does it take to change a light bulb? A: Two. One to hold the bulb, the other one to turn the universe.” – Loc. 14 (ARC)

I just love that. No reason really, other than the idea that someone could turn the universe around them is fascinating and wonderful. GR / My review

Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda

“I fall a little bit in love with everyone.” – ARC page 32
Speaks for itself, I think. GR / Review soon!

I also read/listened to the audiobooks for The Funny Thing is… by Ellen DeGeneres and Spirit Animals Book 1: Wild Born by Brandon Mull.

So far in 2015, I have read:

19 books (well, one DNF at 50%) which is 5,608 pages
3 audiobooks
2 trade paperbacks
36 single issue comics

Favorite book in February: A Darker Shade of Magic by V.E. Schwab / My review
Least favorite book in February: Tear You Apart by Sarah Cross. I had to DNF this one. You can read my review to find out why.
Favorite post to write in February: I think I’ll have to go with my Thursday Thoughts post on mood reading. It seems like a lot of you can relate and feel my pain. I love talking to you guys about bookish (and not-so-bookish) stuff!

A few other updates:

The Bloggers’ Book Club I was working on with April at Bookishly Speaking is HERE!! Our first read (for March) is The Glass Arrow by Kristen Simmons. Head over to  the Goodreads group and sign up!

I met another Mississippi book blogger this month! I wrote about it in one of my Seize the Tuesday posts. If you live in or near MS, definitely let me know! We’re working on planning a meet up. 🙂

Coming up in March is my ONE YEAR BLOGIVERSARY! I can’t believe I’ve been doing this for a year. Look out for a giveaway near the end of the month! ❤

How was your February? What did you read?

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9 thoughts on “SUNDAY FUNDAY: February 2015 Wrap-up

  1. You’ve got the books I want! <333

    I really want to read ADSOM. Everyone tells me about how amazing it's supposed to be and I feel so hyped! I also would love to read Simon because I heard some amazing thing from a bunch of reviewers I trust.

    Great month ❤

  2. Those are some wonderful quotes! I’m totally guilty of falling a bit in love with everyone I meet… I used to really get down on myself for it, but I’m trying to see it as more of a positive thing, like, “Hey! I found someone that I like talking to/hanging out with!” That can’t be bad, right? 🙂

    Happy March!

  3. That’s so awesome that you, me, & Rachel are celebrating one year this month!
    19 books so far is awesome! You had a good month. 🙂

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