reading 10 books, unboxing book mail, starting winter semester and catching up 📚 | Summary and Q&A

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January 21, 2022
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reading 10 books, unboxing book mail, starting winter semester and catching up 📚

TL;DR

Megan provides updates on her winter semester and work, as well as reviews several romance novels she has recently read.

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Key Insights

  • ðŸ’Ķ Megan had a challenging winter break, working double shifts during a COVID outbreak in her workplace.
  • ❄ïļ She is excited about her winter semester and balancing multiple jobs.
  • ðŸŦ  Megan is an avid reader and has a goal of reading 100 books this year.
  • ðŸĒ She enjoys a variety of romance novels, including slow burn and grumpy-sunshine tropes.

Transcript

hello everyone welcome to this vlog my name is megan if you are new here if not thank you so much for coming back well actually just thank you all for being here so today is january 13th the number i cannot say and i've been trying to update this vlog for a couple of days i have failed except for some b-roll clips so it's thursday i just had my fir... Read More

Questions & Answers

Q: Which romance novel did Megan rate the highest?

Megan rated Luna and the Lie by Mariana Zapata the highest, giving it a 5 out of 5 stars. She loved the slow burn romance and the well-crafted story.

Q: How does Megan feel about the urban fantasy series Nevermoor?

Megan loves the Nevermoor series and recently listened to the audiobook of the first book. She adores the middle-grade series and highly recommends it, especially for children who enjoy fantasy and magic.

Q: Which romance novel featuring a grumpy-sunshine trope did Megan enjoy?

Megan loved The Fine Print by Lauren Asher, which follows the romance between an employee and a grumpy boss. She rated it as one of her favorite romance novels and praised the writing and chemistry between the characters.

Q: Did Megan enjoy the book The Humans by Matt Haig?

Yes, Megan loved The Humans by Matt Haig. She found it thought-provoking and emotional, exploring what it means to be human and the complexities of love and mortality.

Summary & Key Takeaways

  • Megan shares that she had surgery, had a successful fall semester, and started a second job in retail.

  • She discusses the emotional toll of working during a COVID outbreak and the stress of starting her winter semester online.

  • Megan highlights the romance novels she has read, including Luna and the Lie, The Tea Dragon Tapestry, The Madison Obsession, The Anti-Boyfriend, The Cheat Sheet, and The Hawthorne Legacy.

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