So mid-Fenruary, I finally posted my quick come back post. This month, I also told you that I'll resigning from my current work. Life's been... I don't know. Scary and Good. I think. I'm still majorly scared for things to come though. I'll be submitting my resignation letter tomorrow. Then I'll have to go to work for 30 more days then I'm free. But not entirely free, if you know what I mean. lol.
I'll be jobless after than but I'm looking through possible work places now 😊 No more free and 20% discounted books for me though. But that's completely fine. The biggest let down is that I most likely won't be surrounded by books on my next work which saddens me but things will work out for sure. Wish me luck, please!
Nichijou, vol. 4 | Keiichi Arawi
This volume was funny af. It also features the iconic Daiku Shop Scene which I used to convinced my friend to read this manga. Spoiler Alert: I was successful. I'll probably buy this series in the future.
Pride & Prejudice | Jane Austen
This is my first classic of the year and it was great! I immediately added it on my fave shelf. Lizzy is now one of my fave girls and Mr. Darcy is obviously on my book boyfriend list and Lizzy and Darcy are on my fave OTP list!!! 😆😆
Every Day | David Levithan
Every Day ended up being an 'okay' read for me. I'm now ready to watch the movie (whenever we'll be able to do that)!! 😁
Dear, Ijeawele, or a Feminist Manifesto in Fifteen Suggestions | Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
This was another insta-fave for me. Read my quick thoughts here. I'll probably read Adichie's novels at some point.
I'm joining Kimberly @ Caffeinated Book Reviewer's #TakeControlTBR. Check out my post and tell me which of these I should read first!
HOW ABOUT YOU GUYS,
How was your February? Anything you want to share? New hobby, projects, travel, books, school life?
How was your month in reading? Anything you added to your faves? Anything you can recommend to me?