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January 2021 TBR // Starting the new year off with ROMANCE

Happy new year folks! I hope the first few days of 2021 have been positive for you, despite the worsening covid situation. This is my FIRST TBR of 2021 and I’m feeling excited and motivated to get lots of reading done this year. So motivated, in fact, that I’m setting myself a reasonably ambitious TBR.… Continue reading January 2021 TBR // Starting the new year off with ROMANCE

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December 2020 wrap up // Hitting my reading goal for the year

I read 6 books in December which wasn’t as many as previous months, but took me to a total of 120 books for the year. 120 is the most books I’ve ever read in a year, so despite 2020 being a hot dumpster fire, I was really pleased with my reading. After I hit my… Continue reading December 2020 wrap up // Hitting my reading goal for the year

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December 2020 TBR // Cramming in some last minute tomes, novellas, and queer adventures

Yes, friends, we’re into the last month of the year and The Final Countdown now lives rent-free in my brain. There are so many books I wanted to read this year that I still haven’t got to, but I’m hoping to power through a few of them in the final few weeks of 2020. Sadly,… Continue reading December 2020 TBR // Cramming in some last minute tomes, novellas, and queer adventures

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November 2020 wrap up // New favourites and lockdown part 2

My reading in November was nowhere near as good as it was in October, when I read 17 books, but I don’t mind at all because I still read 10 books, and I some of them were absolutely fantastic. The Only Good Indians // 4 stars // Audiobook Content warnings for animal harm and mutilation,… Continue reading November 2020 wrap up // New favourites and lockdown part 2

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November 2020 TBR // A book from every genre

I’m hoping to read a real mixture of genres in November. Some horror, some fantasy, a couple of sci-fi books, a novel in verse, and some historical fiction too. I’m almost reading one book from every mainstream genre. At least a couple of the books on this TBR are books I meant to read last… Continue reading November 2020 TBR // A book from every genre

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October 2020 TBR // Not-so-spooky reads

For some reason, whenever October comes around I’m never bothered about reading spooky books. I don’t tend to read based on the season and I’m not a big horror reader either, so I never feel the pull to pick up these kinds of books around Halloween. Instead, I’ll be reading a little bit of every… Continue reading October 2020 TBR // Not-so-spooky reads

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September 2020 Wrap Up // The most books I’ve read in a month

September ended up being a great reading month for me. I read 12 books and TWO of them were 5 star reads. A Torch Against the Night // 4 stars // Audiobook TWs for violence, murder, exsanguination, descriptions of gore, emotional manipulation, on-page death of family members, forced marriage, poison. This was SUCH a good… Continue reading September 2020 Wrap Up // The most books I’ve read in a month

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Books I want to read for Latinx Heritage Month

This month is Latinx Heritage Month (also known as National Hispanic Heritage Month), which runs from 15th September to 15th October. To celebrate Latine authors during this month, I want to read five Latine-authored books that I’ve been excited about for ages. Cemetery Boys This is one of my most anticipated release of the year… Continue reading Books I want to read for Latinx Heritage Month

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September 2020 TBR // Reading as much as I can

Please continue supporting the Black Lives Matter movement. The Black Lives Matter cardd is constantly being updated with new information, petitions, and resources. In September I’m hoping to finish some ongoing e-books and start some new fantasy novels. I’m in a mood to read A LOT this month. I think it’s because I didn’t read as much as… Continue reading September 2020 TBR // Reading as much as I can