Wrap-up & Book Haul: [Fantastic] February

Wrap-upHi Munchworms!

I think February has gone by fairly quicker than January did and I’m so ridiculously happy with that! I’ve got some concerts to look forward to in the coming months and I cannot wait, haha!
Like, Fall Out Boy? Icon for Hire? Oh, going to see Sam Smith with my mom! And Queen + Adam Lambert in June?! I’m soooo ready for all of them! Not to mention the German festival we’re going to. Whoop!

Anyway. Let’s start this wrap-up with sharing the one song that has been stuck in my head all month now, ever since I saw them live. Just because I can and secretly hope it’ll be stuck in one of your heads’ as well now, ha!

Now, with that song on the background, let’s get to it and see what I read and hauled this month. Prepare to be blown away because… This one might’ve had a small shopping spree. Like, a genuine book-shopping spree… And I didn’t even have to pay myself, ha!

Books I read


Queen of Shadows (Throne of Glass, #4)Empire of Storms (Throne of Glass, #5)
Legend (Legend, #1)Life Before Legend: Stories of the Criminal and the Prodigy (Legend, #0.5)Prodigy (Legend, #2)Champion (Legend, #3)


When Dimple Met RishiLetters to the LostSimon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda


Big BonesTruth or DareOne Summer in RomeMore Than We Can TellIt's Not a Date

Total number of books read: 14

And my conclusion is that I failed ridiculously hard at Fantastic February. I ended up reading way more contemporary and romance than fantasy. It.. well.. ugh..

My haul


The Hazel Wood (The Hazel Wood, #1)


The Cruel Prince (The Folk of the Air, #1)

Because I have no self-control, I now own all three the beautiful copies of The Cruel Prince.
I feel no shame whatsoever. None. At. All.


The Hazel Wood (The Hazel Wood, #1)Shatter Me (Shatter Me, #1)Unravel Me (Shatter Me, #2)Ignite Me (Shatter Me, #3)Unite Me (Shatter Me, #1.5, #2.5)Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens AgendaGlitterOur Chemical HeartsPeople Like UsFrankensteinBeauty and the Beast: Lost in a BookThe Thousandth Floor (The Thousandth Floor #1)Still MeThe Chalk ManWild Beauty

Guess what! I did it again! Two copies of The Hazel Wood, sir yes sir.
Why am I like this.. Why do I keep buying books that are in my FairyLoot?!

I know why. Because I refuse to check the themes so I don’t spoil myself.. Ugh.

Check this out!

First I want to do some self-promo on my own blog because I noticed a lot of people loved the fact that I stood up and shared a bit of my past. I think it’s the most personal post I’ve written to date. Feel free to check out my discussion-post on authors getting accused of harassment
Then we have the amazing Mikaela @ The Well-Thumbed Reader sharing 10 of her book blogging hacks!
Lu @ It’s Lu Again has a discussion on diversity in books which I loved reading!
Avery @ Red Rocket Panda shared his February bullet journal spread – I honestly love looking at other people’s spreads, haha.
Both May @ Forever and Everly and Marie @ Drizzle and Hurricane Books talk about why and how to support bloggers, which are definitely important posts and even a boost for all bloggers. 
Marie also talked about why rating books can be such a hard task at times and the pressures of blogging. This made me add a little pep talk to one of my posts as well.
Kirstie @ Upside-Down Books shares ten places where you could spend Valentine’s Day – or just about any other day, really.
Austine @ Novelknight tells us why having a brand is important and is creating a Book Community Media Dashboard so be sure to add your own!
I loved Destiny’s @ Howling Libraries review on Letters to the Lost by Brigid Kemmerer!
Drew @ The Tattooed Book Geek tells us why you should or shouldn’t start a book blog.

Oh, and one very important post! Liza @ Duskangelreads has her March Readathon post up!

Pfoo! That was a lot!
How has your month been? Have you read a lot? Bought plenty of books? Or are you rocking a book buying ban and it’s actually working this time around?! Talk to me!



32 thoughts on “Wrap-up & Book Haul: [Fantastic] February

  1. Aweeeeeeee. Thank you so much for mentioning me in your post ❤ ❤ ❤ I keep meaning to share some of my fave blogs from this month but I'm never organized enough! I want to do one for my march wrap up though because it's such a nice way to support each other.

    Alsooooo, I have been seeing you reading the Legend series on Goodreads and it has reminded me that I need to get my butt into gear and actually read it this month!

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    1. You’re welcome! ❤

      Haha, I tend to just copy/paste them ANYWHERE whenever I stumble upon a post I want to mention. Or I have to dedicate a whole day to checking out the blogs I follow and finding some interesting posts – if I haven't done my prep decently. :') Definitely is a nice way to support one another. It's precisely why I started including them in the first place. 🙂

      Yes, you should! Warcross pretty much sold me on Lu's writing. The Legend-trilogy was good as well. I'm thinking about buying The Young Elites-trilogy but we'll have to see whether my bank account allows it or not..


  2. Ah, thanks so much for linking back to my post! 😘

    LOOK AT ALL THE BOOKS YOU READ. I love Simon Vs, SJM, and the Legend trilogy so that all works for me! This reading month sucked, and I’m hoping March is so much better! And yeah for concerts! I haven’t gone to one since I was 12 and went to see Lorde. 😭

    Also, totally rethinking the whole “not dating until much later in life” thing if it means I can get all the books! 😂

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    1. You’re welcome! ❤

      Haha, I did have a good reading month!
      Simon vs. was GORGEOUS. I can't wait for that movie to come out, to be honest. I literally cannot imagine the movie disappointing me?!

      Oooh, boo. You should definitely put that on your to do-list for this year if it's been that long! Concerts are way too much fun to never do!

      Hahaha. Dating is definitely a benefit when it comes to books. Especially if your other half is the WORST at gifts and simply goes "here's my money, buy yourself some books" 😂

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  3. That song is ridiculously catchy, I have a sudden urge to go and download it. I still haven’t managed to get around to The Cruel Prince or The Hazel Wood despite getting them in Fairyloot as well! I think all the hype is getting to me.

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    1. Hahaha, do it! I still play it at least two or three times very day. I cannot get rid of it at all. 😛
      The Cruel Prince is worth reading. I read it before the hype and loved it. 🙂 Haven’t read The Hazel Wood yet but I’ve seen mixed reviews on that one so we’ll see.

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  4. Oh my god, you’re going to see Fall Out Boy? Aghh, you’re so lucky! They’ve never been to my country. Also, woah, that’s a madly productive reading month! What were your thoughts on Simon vs The Homo Sapiens Agenda? I just read it and holy hell it’s beautiful 😭💛
    Great post!

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    1. That I ammmm! The boyfriend wasn’t really enthusiastic at first, until I got him in a completely nostalgic mood and now he wants to go as well, haha. Bought my tickets as soon as he caved! 😛
      I loooooooved Simon vs! I honestly CANNOT wait for the movie! NOPE. I need it in my life. ❤

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    2. Lucky!! Lmao I see you got the big guns out 😀
      Loved it as well! Man, it’s just so soft and pure and ❤ sigh… Same here! I needed the movie like,,, a week ago??

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