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March Wrap Up

April 6, 2020
March 2020

This month I've had to split my Wrap up into two posts, this one is the books I've read be they fiction, graphic novels etc and then there will be another post of all the manga I've read in March. There was a lot, nine volumes of different series altogether. I feel very pleased with myself for how much I've read over the last month. Found a few…

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February Wrap Up

March 18, 2020
February 2020 Wrap Up

A little bit earlier than my last wrap ups, I'm heading in the right direction! February was quite a good reading month for me, I got to read one of my most anticipated finales and found a new favourite series. Considering it's the shortest month of the year I'm going to take four books and a graphic novel as a win. The second instalment of the Lara Jean…

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January Wrap Up

February 27, 2020
January 2020 Wrap Up

It seems to be a recurring theme that over January I always read a tonne of books. I'm not sure if it's the post assignment joy or the desperation to get ahead on the Goodreads goal. Either way, it works. This month I read a real variety of books both in format, genre and most definitely found some new favourites. I didn't know what to expect from a…

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December Wrap Up

January 17, 2020
December 2019 Wrap Up

A decidedly better reading month than November as you can see. I read some brilliant books this month, both for pleasure and for University. I've well and truly fallen in love with thrillers now too which is something I never thought I'd say. December was a wonderful month, I spent most of my time with family and Sam. We rang in the new year in his new house…

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November Wrap Up

December 17, 2019
November Wrap Up

November was most definitely a lighter reading month. I had a lot of work to do on my Dissertation so that took priority. But I still managed to finish four things. I'll take that as a win considering I wrote 10,000 words in one month. Hopefully, I'll manage to read a little more this month. Think desperate housewives meets Shakespeare and you get The Revenger's Tragedy. I have…