OH HAI.  I am joining Nicole @ Feed Your Fiction Addiction in co-hosting the Monthly Wrap-Up Round-Up! I have been participating since Nicole started it, so of course I wanted to join in the fun! So we’ll be switching off in hosting the giveaway (just like we do for the Discussion Challenge giveaway).

The January giveaway ends soon, so head over there for your last chance to enter! (Also, I was today years old when I realized that Nicole’s graphic was an actual calendar. Which shows how much attention I pay to detail 🤦‍♀️)

This is the link-up AND giveaway for our February wrap-up posts.

If you don’t already know about the Monthly Wrap-Up Round-Up, read the information below:

Every month, at the end of the month, we’ll put up a monthly wrap-up link-up post where everyone can link up their month-end posts. There are no specific requirements for what needs to be in your post, as long as you have a book blog and your wrap-up summarizes your month in some way.

road-trip_ad77design_element03The round-up will include a giveaway that encourages people to visit YOUR month end wrap-ups, giving entries for commenting and/or sharing.
road-trip_ad77design_element03 Anyone can participate in the giveaway—you won’t have to actually link up in order to participate.

If you don’t already post a monthly wrap-up and want some ideas on what to include, click here to check out Nicole’s advice on the topic!


Share with your friends so they’ll know to join us! You can tweet using #WrapUpRoundUp

The February Link-up

You are invited to the Inlinkz link party!

Click here to enter



We created this giveaway to encourage people to visit people’s monthly wrap-up posts. There are entries for commenting on the wrap-up posts in the link-up.

The giveaway is open to everyone! You don’t have to link up to the wrap-up round-up to be eligible.

The Make Me Read It Giveaway

For this giveaway, Nicole made a list of (some of) the books on my shelves that she’s been meaning to read for ages and haven’t gotten to. The winner will choose a book off the list that you want, and I will give myself the rest of the month to read it and then send it off to you. You will see below my slightly altered take because I am a mess, but the same basic gist applies.

More fun with this giveaway: If you would like (this is not required), we could then review the book together.

Disclaimer: I’m not guaranteeing a certain format for this giveaway—could be ARC, paperback or hardcover—and I’m reserving the right to keep my own copy of the book if I absolutely adore it (I’ll buy you a copy and send it).

Check out the list below to see what books you can choose from if you’re the winner. Since we don’t want to leave our international readers out, the giveaway is open internationally as long as TBD ships to you (FYI, I will be sending the least expensive format available).

So, I slacked, and unlike Nicole, I didn’t put together a fancy chart. I will, or I will lie to myself and say I will, by April. You know, probably. So here’s just a picture of the books I want to read most from one of my shelves, I feel like there’s plenty of variety, yeah?

(Do you like how I crossed out Hamilton? I mean, I like you guys, but I don’t $35 like you guys 🤷‍♀️😂)

Just follow the instructions in the Rafflecopter to enter!

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Posted February 26, 2020 by Shannon @ It Starts at Midnight in Giveaway, Monthly Wrap Up Round Up / 3 Comments


3 responses to “February 2020 Wrap-Up Round-Up

  1. Molly Mortensen

    I pick The Archived. It’s on my shelf of books I own but haven’t read yet too.. Hey, since I already own it, you save money! 😂 I think it would be fun to read it together. 😁 (Smoke and Bone is really good too.)

  2. Beth W

    Just dropping a note to say, visually, I dig how you’ve got the book-end of each shelf a stack of on-their-back books! I hate doing that on my (fully contained) shelves because it’s harder for me to get to any book, but the way you’ve done it is, on those shelves, visually appealing. And also clearly functional. Yay!

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