May Wrap Up

I don’t know about you but this whole year has me out of whack. First the weather has been off since January, then COVID and the chaos and fear that has come with it, and now it is the end of May and I have no idea how we ended up here. I also went back to work this month after taking a leave of absence because of said COVID which certainly hasn’t helped.

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March Wrap Up

I usually try to start these wrap ups off with some sort of lighthearted jabbering. This month…well, I don’t have it in me. March has seen many people’s lives turned completely upside down within the course of just a few short weeks. Schools closing, businesses shutting their doors, people losing their jobs in the millions (3 million new people applied for unemployment in the US in March alone), and our very way of life interrupted. This is a modern day plague.

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May Wrap Up

Throughout April I was in a terrible reading slump so it was a relief for me when we got to May and I finally got that reading mojo back. We all know it is frustrating to know that you love reading but just not feeling like reading. That imposter syndrome starts to creep in. Luckily, I am happy to say that I kicked it in the pants. Lets take a look back at May.

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February Wrap Up

Hello all and welcome to my February Wrap Up! I must say, I had a glorious month for reading and a lot of other positive bookish things. I am also very grateful to all of you who come and look at my blog. Just want you to know that I see and appreciate all of you and I hope that we have many happy bookish years together to come. Now, lets get to the wrap up!

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January Wrap up

The first month of 2019 is over and, I don’t know about you, but it has been one of my least successful blogging and reading months to date. I’m not sure if it was the abnormally cold weather or the gloom I usually get at the start of a new year but I just didn’t have the mojo. Let’s take a look back at what little happened here at Literary Weaponry over the past month.

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