February 2023 Wrap Up

I know everyone else is saying that February flew by, but to me it was another long month. I had the major disappointment of not getting a job I really wanted, some more health concerns with my family, and a friend of mine lost their aunt in a freak accident which was just heartbreaking. I didn’t know her aunt, but I know a lot of the family and my heart hurts for them.

That’s not to say that February was a bad month overall, just that there were things that made it seem longer. I was, however, able to read thirteen books in those twenty-eight days, which surprised me. Granted, four of them were manga and I read those very fast, but still. Books are books.

read month

  1. Glucose Revolution – Jessie Inchauspé ✰✰✰✰✰
  2. A Tragic Kind of Wonderful – Eric Lindstrom ✰✰✰✰
  3. Awkward – Svetlana Chmakova – ✰✰✰✰.5
  4. The Donut Trap – Julie Tieu – ✰✰✰
  5. A Batch Made in Heaven – Suzanne Nelson ✰✰✰
  6. The Wrong Kind of Weird – James Ramos ✰✰✰.5
  7. You Are Here – Jennifer E. Smith ✰✰✰
  8. Much Ado About a Latte – Kathleen Fuller ✰✰✰✰.25
  9. Perfect World vol. 3 – Rie Aruga ✰✰✰✰
  10. Perfect World vol. 4 Rie Aruga ✰✰✰✰
  11. The Me You See – Jill Williamson ✰✰✰✰
  12. Tokyo Revengers, Omnibus vol. 1-2 ✰✰✰.5
  13. Tokyo Revengers, Omnibus vol. 3-4 ✰✰✰.5

bought month

Physical Books:

  • Nineteen Minutes – Jodi Picoult
  • Mansfield Park – Jane Austen
  • This Time It’s Real – Ann Liang
  • Have I Told You This Already? – Lauren Graham


  • The Secret to Hummingbird Cake – Celeste Fletcher McHale
  • Much Ado About You – Samantha Young


  • The Fall of the School for Good and Evil – Soman Chainani (release date: May 2nd, 2023)

watched month

The Pacifier | Disney+

thepacifierFor some reason, I went to Disney+ rather than Netflix looking for something to have on as background noise while reading, and I ended up picking The Pacifier to play. However, instead of just keeping it as background noise, I was entranced in this movie I hadn’t seen since high school, and I forgot how good of a movie it actually is. I also forgot Lauren Graham is in it, though I’m just so used to her as Lorelai in Gilmore Girls that it’s weird to see her acting as any other character.

It was nice to actually watch a family-fun movie for once. It’s not something I do often since my nose is usually stuck in a book, so I really appreciated the visual storytelling of a movie.


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That’s all for my February Wrap Up! Here’s to a good March for everyone! I’m most excited for 90s Con on the 19th and the official arrival of spring!

What did your February look like?

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2 thoughts on “February 2023 Wrap Up

  1. Emma @ Turn Another Page says:

    February was quite a long, tough month for me too, and for some of the same reasons – family health and stress, and job woes. It felt like an extension of January, so I’m really hoping things pick up in March. Still, I managed to keep reading which was a great thing, because I often stop reading and turn to TV shows when stress gets too much to deal with.

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