Hello, friends! It certainly has been a while.
It has now been nearly one year since I declared myself in burn-out mode and discussed my mixed feelings about blogging, but not much has changed since then. I’ve only posted consistently for about two months since that time… I think.
Since my mind is slowly starting to relax a bit, now that I’ve turned in some final exams, I thought it would be good to start my return with a wrap up.
Hello, friends. 😌 It’s been a while. Have you figured out your TBR for the rest of the year?
That’s a really strange thing to say. The rest of the year? We’re almost at the end of 2020? Impossible.
I’m not entirely sure if I will have time to read all of these by December, but I can certainly dream.
Yesterday was my blog’s 2nd Blogiversary! I… literally can’t believe it. This is a very hard thing to process. Especially since I haven’t been blogging nearly as much as I did on my first year of blogging.
And in honor of my blogiversary, I’m going to revisit one of my first (and best) discussions. In March of 2019, I made a discussion post titled “What do you think about spoilers?” and to this day, it’s still one of my favorites. However! There are still so many things to discuss when it comes to spoilers. So in true Xandra fashion, I’m going to talk about everything I can when it comes to spoilers.
Contrary to the title, I would not go as far as creating an actual streaming service! Do you know how much work that would require?
I would probably need money. And people. And connections. All of which I do not have yet.
No, I actually did this for a college project! This project was submitted at the beginning of May 2020, but 😅 I kept putting off this post until now!
Time is a strange thing. Let’s just pretend I read 20 books this month and assume I finished my goals. 😌
This year has truly been like no other. The one great constant in my blogging life has been the fact that I am constantly working on something bookish! Whether it was blogging, writing my WIP, taking pictures for bookstagram, or scrolling through book twitter, I was constantly doing something these past two months.