Last month on I Heart Romance & YA
As you may have known, I have been saying that I am in a slump for the last couple of months and I think NOW it shows. I have been sorta offline and haven’t been blogging but I am still quite active on bookstagram.
I am almost getting out of this slump I’m in but I think one of the main contributing factors is that I have been traveling for work. At least it’s not every single week but I have traveled three times in March, another longer travel in April and twice in May. With that said, I am just glad to unwind and relax when I’m at home and I haven’t been bringing my personal laptop with me on these trips. So, no blogging time at all. I still marvel at all the bloggers who are able to juggle their very busy work schedule, family and blogging! I obviously can’t but I am welcome to suggestions!
I read 13 books this month, but one was a DNF, so while I count it as a “read,” it was a quick one. I honestly hate it when authors write serials – especially in romance – because I really want to get an HEA in the end and a cliffhanger or a break-up or a non-HEA at the end of the serial is just not what I am invested in. I mean, for the series Something in the Way, they don’t EVEN get an HEA until the third book. Plus, the plot about liking your sister’s boyfriend, whos he is living with, by the way, is just icky.
And also, Kingdom of Copper by S.A. Chakraborty still is the longest book I’ve ever read this year!
I read two amazing books this month almost back to back and I was wrecked! Both books were very different, but they brought me to tears!
If you haven’t read any of these books, I highly, highly recommend that you do! Read my reviews of these books if you need more reasons to read them!
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I’m so excited to attend KissCon in Chicago this weekend! I can’t wait to meet other book bloggers, bookstagrammers, readers, and of course, authors!
If you’re attending, don’t be shy and say hi!
What is your best book read in 2019, so far?