This Is Who I Am Now | #SquareRootOfSummer

Square Root of Summer Blog Tour

Reader friends, this is one of my favorite kind of blog tours where things stop being polite and start getting real. I love being able to get personal with you all and then being able to connect it back to the book which is The Square Root Of Summer by Harriet Reuter Hapgood which is MAD GOOD y’all. Definitely worth your reading for sure. Welcome to my stop on the This Is Who I Am Now blog tour.

What Brings You The Most Joy In Life?

  • Feb/March 2016:

The thing that brings me the most joy in life is definitely days off with a good book in hand and Josh at my side with the promise of something exciting to come at night.

  • May 2016:

The thing that brings me the most joy in life today is seeing just how far I’ve come since my last answer — I can’t believe I’ve changed job position and have moved and have all sorts of travel to look forward to. Accomplishing a lot and resting on my laurels really brings me the most joy.

What Are You Reading?

  • Feb/March 2016:

The Passion of Dolssa by Julie Berry – it’s SO GOOD! (My review)

  • May 2016:

The Square Root of Summer Blog Tour

The Square Root of Summer by Harriet Reuter Hapgood in preparation for this blog tour

The Assistants by Camille Perri via audiobook – it is super superb

What Is Something You’re Really Looking Forward To?

  • Feb/March 2016:

I am really looking forward to moving in with Josh and to being able to feel my face again — I am so sick of winter and being cold.

  • May 2016:

I fly out to Arkansas on the 5th to see Josh for a long weekend — he’s been gone since April 9th or so. It’s been quite awhile. I actually miss him.

What Is One Thing That’s Worrying You?

  • Feb/March 2016:

I hope that I can clean my apartment out nice enough and fix the damage so that I can get some of my deposit back.

  • May 2016:

Well, I got the full deposit back FYI. Now I am worried about being an adequate supervisor/director and doing a great job in my position.

What Is Something That You Always Have With You?

  • Feb/March 2016:

My phone

  • May 2016:


What Is Something That You Wish You Could Change?

  • Feb/March 2016:

I’d like to be able to make more money and maybe drop my happy relationship weight.

  • May 2016:

I DID IT. I have a much better paying job. I also am making an actual effort to work out and make smarter eating choices and it is very slowly working.

Add THE SQUARE ROOT OF SUMMER to your to-read list on Goodreads.
Join in on social media with #SquareRootofSummer and #thisiswhoIamnow
Visit Harriet’s website and follow her on Twitter and Instagram!
HRH Author Photo
Full List of Participating Blogs
  • Art, Books,Coffee Blog
  • Book Briefs
  • Bumbles and Fairytales
  • Confessions of a Book Junkie
  • Manga Mania Cafe
  • Ticket to Anywhere
  • The Irish Banana
  • Firefly Read It
  • Across the Words
  • Books and Makeup
  • Ex Libris Kate
  • Dark Faerie Tales
  • Jenuine Cupcakes
  • Miss Print
  • Mundie Moms
  • Nobs Book Reviews
  • Seeing Double in Neverland
  • Reading Teen
  • Starry Eyed Revue
  • Read Now, Sleep Later
  • Forever Young Adult
  • Gone Pecan
  • Book Rambles
  • Perpetual Page Turner
  • Melissa’s Eclectic Bookshelf
  • Twirling Pages
  • Andi’s ABCs
  • That Artsy Reader Girl
  • Waste Paper Prose
  • Evie Bookish
  • Book Rook Reviews
  • Fiction Fare
  • Lady Knight Reads
  • Book Nerds Across America
  • Page Turners’ Blog
  • Tripping Over Books
  • Consummate Reader
  • Fiktshun
  • Ageless Pages Reviews
  • A Perfection Called Books
  • XPresso Reads
  • Good Books and Good Wine
  • Swoony Boys Podcast
About April (Books&Wine)

April is in her 30s and created Good Books And Good Wine. She works for a non-profit. April always has a book on hand. In her free time she can be found binge watching The Office with her husband and toddler, spending way too much time on Pinterest or exploring her neighborhood.

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