February 2022 wrap up and March goals

Hello, and happy almost March! February feels like it has really flown by, and I can’t believe that tomorrow is the first day of March. I ended up reading & writing a fair amount, and I have lots of goals, so I’m going to get right into this post!

In February I read 10 books…

  • Four were audiobooks
  • Four were comics/graphic novels
  • Two were physical books

I didn’t read very many books on my TBR in February, but I’m very happy with the ones I did get to. Radar Girls is a really good historical fiction novel, and it was fun to reread the Selection books, and I also had fun reading the first couple Ms. Marvel comics. I finally finished A Torch Against the Night, and it was really amazing. Murder is Bad Manners was a fun historical mystery, and both volumes of Maus were so well written, and so heartbreaking to read. I loved Renegades, and have definitely discovered a new series with the books!!

In February I wrote…

Including this post, I wrote a total of nine posts in February. In an ideal month, I would have written more, but I wasn’t able to prioritize blogging as much as I would have liked in the last couple weeks. I am happy with the valentine’s day post I did, with a list of YA romances, and there were a lot of great books on the March releases list I put together yesterday.

These 8 books are on my TBR for March. I’m part of a blog tour for The Ogress and the Orphans, which I’m very excited for, and I have an ARC for The One True Me and You, which I’m also very excited for.

I don’t have any really specific posting goals for February, but I want to work on posting two or three times each week. I also want to try to draft posts on the weekends so that I have less to do on weekdays.

My main writing goal for February was to hit 25,000 words on my fantasy book, and I almost reached that. I didn’t quite reach my goal, but I did write a fair amount which I’m very happy with! I want to try to write each weekend in March, and by the end of the month get to 30,000 total words. I think that with Spring break this month, this will definitely be manageable since I’ll have some time off of school.

How was your February? What are some of your goals for the March? Did you read any good books this month? Chat with me in the comments below!

4 thoughts on “February 2022 wrap up and March goals

  1. i’m glad to hear you enjoyed renegades so much! this is definitely a series i want to start this year, but the books are always so expensive, i keep putting it away hahah. maybe i’ll splurge at one point and finally get the physical copy of the first one!

    currently, i am reading the last book in the amber in the ashes series and i am always surprised every time i pick up these books at how well written they are! sabaa tahir really crafts the most intricate plots!

    i have heard amazing things about firekeeper’s daughter and the poison heart, so i hope you enjoy both of them! it’s also so exciting you got an arc of the one true me and you. i really want to read this one, the cover is just so stunning!

    hope you have an amazing march, aria! 😊

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    1. i’m reading the third renegades book right now, and i’m really loving it. i’m listening to the audiobooks, which i got through my library, so that’s been a cheaper way for me to get them! if you do get a copy, i hope you like it!!

      and i’m glad to here that you’re liking the an ember in the ashes series; i just finished the second book, and really need to continue with it, as soon as i can get my hands on the next books.

      i just finished reading the one true me and you, and it’s a really incredible book!! i loved it, and i hope that you love it if you get to reading it!

      i hope that you have an amazing march as well 🥰


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