Yet another cover buy, and I’m not even mad about it.
Hello again! We’re here with the books I read this past month, and my goals for next month as well! This may be a bit off because I am currently on my way to Walt Disney World (heck yes), so my final tally may not be exact to this. Below is the photo of my reading goals for February, so you can compare it to all of the books I actually read!
Alright, I’m going to start off by saying I didn’t read all of my books for January. I read as many as I wanted to, but not the exact books. Oops.
Oh my goodness. I ordered this what feels like ages ago, and have been super excited about it! I got it last week while at work, and I struggled to wait until I got home, but I’m glad I did, because I was so blown away by the contents. Before we get into it, lets get some background; Magic & Mayhem is a one time order from Illumicrate. Illumicrate is a subscription box company based out of the UK. Magic & Mayhem was said to be focused on Victoria Schwab’s works. It also coincided with the release of Vengeful, the sequel to her book Vicious. I literally started Vicious the day I received my box, but I was hopeful that there would also be some Darker Shades of Magic themed items in there as well. Spoiler alert: there were.
Do not click that read more tab unless you’re prepared to see exactly what was in the Magic & Mayhem box. There are spoilers ahead.
I’m not going to lie to you, Fangirls; I did not like this bath bomb. It put on a pretty dang good show, but I realized that I should have done my research before ordering this from Lush UK. This bath bomb was not for me, but some of you may like it.
Making my way through my massive tub of Lush stuff isn’t easy, but it sure is nice to use things that I had forgotten about! I started using the Bertie soap a week or so ago, and I am truly in love.
Alright Fangirls, it’s the last Friday before I leave. While there are some last minute things that aren’t packed yet, I have a pretty final idea of what is coming with my for my trip to NY and then overseas. I think I’ve packed pretty reasonably, and am honestly proud of how little I’m taking. When I was younger, I went to Europe for 3 weeks and had a full size suitcase, a carry on, and a personal bag all stuffed to the brim. Things are different this time.