May Wrap Up
It’s another month down, and I feel like it could have gone a bit better. I’ve been working from home for over two months now. The state of NY is slowly opening up and we have protests and riots all over America right now. I’m not sure what 2020 is going to turn out at this point but I can only hope that things get better.
Despite all that is going on, I’m trying to keep up with my blog more but sometimes life just doesn’t let that happen. So let’s go over May and some hopes for the future.
I started the month with a blog update and talking about the pandemic. It’s been a really difficult time, not just for those that have to be stuck at home but also to those that lost their jobs in the shutdown. Again if anyone needs help editing or betareading your novel, I’d love to help where I can. If you want to read that post you can find it here.
I was part of an Ultimate Blog tour with TheWriteReads for Harrow Lake by Kat Ellis. It was an interesting book and I was happy to be a part of the tour. If you’d like to check out that review you can find it here.
There isn’t too many posts this month but I was really please to be able to support a local bookstore. I couldn’t fully participate in the tag Save the Bookstores but check out that post here so that you could support the store Stomping Grounds in Geneva NY.
Quick book blitz for Haunted Ends: Whispering Lilly by Elizabeth Price. If you’d like to check that post out you can find it here.
Finally a review for a Netgalley book that I received, The Cabin on Souder Hill by Lonnie Busch which I really liked so please check out that review here.
It wasn’t very active this month, I need to get through some more books to post reviews and actually post in any tags that I was tagged in. June is a new month!
I would really love to take this blog to the next level. I’d love to be able to monetize so that I can possibly look to this as another income source. I do hope that one day I will be able to afford some options, whether it’s upgrading here on WordPress or whether I go the self-hosted route.