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July Wrap Up

September 16, 2020
July Wrap Up 2020

July was certainly a productive reading month, wasn't it? Well done past me. I read some absolutely outstanding books in July and found a few new favourites. I now need everything that Christina Lauren writes, okay? Let's start with my most disappointing read, shall we? This was not a bad book. In fact in the beginning I thought this was going to be a five-star read. Adele was…

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June Wrap Up

September 3, 2020
June Wrap Up 2020

I do see that the month now reads Septemeber on the calendar but let's move past that, okay? Wonderful. June (all those many months ago) was an average reading month in quantity but fantastic for quality. I read outside of my comfort zone, found a new favourite author and finally completed a series that I've been reading since 2010. Despite the fact that it's a while ago I'm…

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May Wrap Up

July 8, 2020
May 2020

My inadvertent social media hiatus has meant that this wrap up is just a teeny bit late. I mean at this point I'm struggling to remember the days never mind the month. It could be September for all I know right now. Needless to say, it been a strange few months and as a result, my desire to read took a bit of a plummet. Normally I'd be…

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Tome Topple Wrap Up

June 5, 2020
Tome Topple 2020

I knew when I made my TBR that it was highly ambitious but in all honestly I thought I'd read more than two books. Part of my lack of reading was because I was spending so much time working in the garden trying to get it painted and ready for summer. Turns out it takes a long time to paint walls white.... Nevertheless, I loved the books I…

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April Wrap Up

May 7, 2020
April 2020

This is the second part of my April Wrap up, the first focused on the books I read for the OWLs Read-A-Thon (here). I can't get over that I managed to read The Priory of the Orange Tree* this month. Look at the size of it! I mean granted I finished it at like half eleven on the 30th April but still. That's a lot of books when…