April 30, 2014 • Cee • Monthly Recap

Well, April was basically my “hiatus” month. I really hadn’t intended it. I thought I would be back a week after the “semi-hiatus,” but nope. Certain circumstances prevented me from having regular access to internet. I honestly was not productive on my time away from it.


  • Moved house! No longer in an apartment, but in a fabulous duplex. :D So from mid-April, I was quite busy moving and unpacking and adjusting to my new surroundings.
  • Had a major reading and blogging slump. Courtesy of Sebastian Stan and Charlotte at Gypsy Reviews + Chiara at Delicate Eternity.
  • Watched a lot of Sebastian Stan’s work (mainly Political Animal)
  • Went to a big book sale!
  • Went to Rachel Hawkins’s (one of my absolute favorite authors) book event
  • Finally got my new cover feature name!
  • Went slowly crazy from the lack of internet.

Y’know, the usual. ;D

borderscribble REVIEWS

Welp, only one review. Better than nothing, right?

borderscribble BOOKS GALORE!

I got all these books at the big book sale! I was glad that I didn’t have as much as last time because that meant I didn’t have to lug it on the bus and up a hill. :D

A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness
The Sky is Everywhere by Jandy Nelson
Code Name Verity by Elizabeth Wein
Heist Society by Ally Carter
Decline and Fall by Evelyn Waugh
The Things They Carried by Tim O’Brien
Play It As It Lays by Joan Didion
The Little Friend by Donna Tartt



I actually started A Mad, Wicked Folly, but stopped because I wasn’t in the mood to read it and y’know me, I’m a free-spirited reader!

  • Ajax Penumbra 1969 by Robin Sloan
  • The Art of Wishing by Lindsay Ribar
  • Confessions from an Arranged Marriage by Miranda Neville
  • The Amorous Education of Celia Season by Miranda Neville
  • Half Bad by Sally Green



Not a lot happened this month because y’know, hiatus and all. I didn’t prep for it since I had no idea I’d be gone for half a month. :P

  • I wrote a letter to myself because I went into major Sebastian Stan obsession mode, which Charlotte and Chiara can vouch for. It was horrible, but wonderful.
  • If you missed my font posts, check them out here:

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  • Also, I talked about —

— My Camp NaNoWriMo project, which was a murder mystery and had a ghost haunting.

— my semi-hiatus because I was moving house, which turned into an actual lonnnnngg hiatus!

borderscribble WHAT I’M EXCITED ABOUT MAY!

May will be a glorious month because of these reasons:

  • MY BIRTHDAY! First and foremost! Major party timeeeeeeeee!
  • my cover feature! I HAVE A BEAUTIFUL NAME! It will be unveiled soon!

It will be awesomeeeeee.

borderscribble How was your April? Any memorable thing happen? Are you looking forward to May?


5 Responses to “MONTHLY RECAP | April 2014”

  1. YAY CEE’S BACK!!!! May is gonna be awesome because BIRTHDAYS! May babies are spectacular ;) I can’t wait to see your cover feature name!!!

  2. ‘Went’ into a Seb obsession mode. There is no past tense here, C1. NO PAST TENSE.
    But ew you not having internet was horrible but thank whatever needs to be thanked that you could tweet from your phone. No regrets when it came to clogging up people’s feeds because we’re fabulous <3
    I know the cover feature name and I know why you're so happy and I cannot wait for you to finally use it because YAY.
    Also May is pretty much the most perfect month in the year because besides the fact that it has the cutest name EVER there are heaps of amazing birthdays! Like you + me + Asti + Rosie + I think there are others, as well. BUT YAY MAY WOOOT.
    Bless the internet gods for bringing you back to us. <3


    Your half a month away was SO PAINFUL OKAY and your birthday is coming yesss which means new phone yessssssss. And obviously I'm excited for your new cover feature because FINALLY YOU HAVE A NAME!! *celebrates*

    Anyways May is gonna be amazingggg because duh, C-ubed and your birthdays and other awesome stuff. I'M SO GLAD YOU'RE BACK *SOBS*

  4. I’m curious about that Sebastian dude. I need to check that out! I was kind of in a semi-hiatus too because of school and just problems in life but hopefully I’ll get back into my reading grind soon. I’ve been debating whether I want to read The Heist Society. I heard that it’s a really good and fun read. That’s so cool how you got to meet Rachel Hawkins! I haven’t read Rebel Belle yet but omg I really want to own it. That cover though! So gorgeous!

  5. Michelle says:

    Yay I’m not the only one to take unplanned blogging and reading hiatuses! It’s not that I don’t want to blog or read, it’s just that I have a hard time putting away other things to do it. Ah, time management and motivation. where can they be found? ;)

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