Month: April 2017

That’s a Wrap! March 2017

April 13, 2017 Angela Wrap Up

That's a Wrap! March

We’re halfway through April, and I still haven’t posted my March wrap-up yet. *Hangs head in shame while being carted off to bloggers’ jail.* March saw me reading a bit of everything: from romantic comedy to contemporary fiction; one star books to five-star reads. I also tried to stick with my 2017 Reading Goals. It’s time for another Reading Goals checkup, but first here’s a list books reviewed in March 2017.

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Review ♥ Lingus by Mariana Zapata

Review ♥ Lingus by Mariana Zapata

I have never believed in Santa Claus, and the Tooth Fairy was highly suspect as a child. However, the idea of a fairy godmother, while not remotely realistic, has always appealed to me. Mariana Zappata is like a literary fairy godmother, able to transform the deepest of book slumps into joy simply with strokes on a keyboard. I was in a book Funk with a capital “F” after reading my last book. Zappata worked her magic with Lingus, though, and I couldn’t be more grateful.

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