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June Books

June was very lacking in the reading department seeing as I only managed to finish one book. That was Morning Star by Pierce Brown, no. 3 in the Red Rising saga. Honestly, I'm loving this book series and I cannot... Continue Reading →

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May Books

Sooo.. the acute reader will see that it's now July, and I haven't written or posted what I read in May. I have just been so busy. I did manage to read three books, Acceptance which is the last book... Continue Reading →

April Books

Wow, ok... I'm a bit late with this one I know but I have been so busy that I just haven't had time to sit down and write this post. But I'm doing it now, so better late than never,... Continue Reading →

Bookish Birthday Wishes

April is my birthday month so I thought I would do a post about books and book related items I have on my wishlist as inspiration to you guys. You might have people in your life that, like me, is... Continue Reading →

March Books

Wow, another month just flew by. I read two books in March. The first was the last book in the Passage trilogy by Justin Cronin, The City of Mirrors, and the second was Annihilation by Jeff VanderMeer. The Passage trilogy I... Continue Reading →

February Books

I finished two books in February, which I didn't think I would as I took ages reading the first one.  Both books are from The Passage Trilogy by Justin Cronin. As I have mentioned before (in my 2018 Reading Challenge... Continue Reading →

Monthly Challenges

I have been thinking about doing some monthly reading related challenged to change it up a bit and I have come up with challenges for the first few months of 2018, but I need help with the rest. If you... Continue Reading →

January Books

Wow, ok so January is almost over and its time for another "books I read in..." post. January was a great reading month for me. I managed to finish four books and that means I'm not 2 books ahead of... Continue Reading →

Review: Origin by Dan Brown (Spoilers)

I wouldn't call myself a Dan Brown fan. I mean, I like the Robert Langdon series (the other books are pretty bad). They are a good and quick "holiday" read, as my mother calls them. My problem is that I... Continue Reading →

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