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text 2018-08-31 15:22
August wrap-up

Again, August was not a really good reading month. The weather was quite nice and I used to go out a lot with my friends to make the most of  it (we are not used to dry and warm weather where I live). Oh, I also went to several festivals again and celebrated different things with my friends, so not a lot of time to read.


But I really enjoyed the books I read, so that is a good thing :)


So here are the 7 books I read in the month of August (well, I thought I did not read that much but in the end 7 is pretty good!):


The Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Banks - E. Lockhart  Orpheum - D.S. Murphy  Of Fire and Stars - Audrey Coulthurst  To All the Boys I've Loved Before - JennyHan  P.S. I Still Love You - Jenny Han  Always and Forever, Lara Jean - Jenny Han  War Storm (Red Queen) - Victoria Aveyard  


Including 3 audiobooks which is a lot as I usually listen to one every month.


September is here and it will also be really busy, I have a dancing show coming up at the end of the month and I have to train at least 2 times a week for it, so I know I will be exhausteud and won't have as much time to read as I would like to (also started playing Zelda again and man, this is taking so much of my time!)


I hope you had a good summer!

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text 2018-08-01 09:35
June + July wrap-up

I haven't read that much in the last two months. I went to different festivals, spent a lot of time with friends and family and celebrated a lot of birthdays (including mine). So it also meant less time for reading, but it was great.


So here are the books I read in June and July:


The Boy on the Bridge - M.R. Carey  Before I Go to Sleep - S.J. Watson  Becoming Human - Eliza Green  Landline - Rainbow Rowell  Evergreen (Mer Tales, Book 2) - Brenda Pandos  Vicious - V.E. Schwab  Renegades - Marissa Meyer  Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban: The Illustrated Edition - J.K. Rowling,Jim Kay  

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text 2018-06-02 10:19
May Wrap Up

Here is my May wrap-up. I did not read that much in the month of May, I was kind of in a reading slump for most of the month. But still, I really enjoyed what I read.


Extras (The Uglies) - Scott Westerfeld  Night of Cake & Puppets (Daughter of Smoke & Bone) - Laini Taylor,Jim Di Bartolo  Wonder - R.J. Palacio  Replica - Lauren Oliver  Huis Clos and Other Plays - Jean-Paul Sartre  A Court of Frost and Starlight - Sarah J. Maas  


It is difficult to pick a favourite this month (like every month, really). I would say ACOFAS because I had been waiting for it for so long, but Wonder was beautiful and A Night of Cake and Puppets was so cute. 


What was your favourite read this month?


Thanks for reading,



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text 2018-03-01 10:00
February Wrap-Up


I decided not to do any TBR or any challenges (except the 80 books I want to read) for 2018, but just read what I feel like reading. I have many unread books and I'm trying to focus on those. But I still decided to have a "theme" for each month to help me choose what I was going to read.


My theme for February was "re-read a favourite" and for this I read:



Ignite Me - Tahereh Mafi



Uglies - Scott Westerfeld  Pretties - Scott Westerfeld    


In addition to that, I read some other books because I felt like it!


One of Us Is Lying - Karen M. McManus  Armada - Ernest Cline  Orpheum (Part One): A Dark Fantasy Romance - James D. Murphy  


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I was really happy to start re-reading the Uglies series but I did not liked it as much as I did as a teenager. I really enjoyed it because of the nostalgia attached to it. Orpheum was actually my favourite book this month, I was not expecting that at all and I really enjoyed it. I can't wait for part 2.


I did not read that much in Februari and I did not watch a lot of TV series either. I really had a busy month focusing on my friends and family. I went to 3 concerts, went to Paris with my mom and sister, see some friends I had not seen in a while and actively started planning my wedding. I hope March will be less busy (it won't though).


I hope you had a lovely month!


Thanks for reading,



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text 2017-11-03 00:30
October into November

After not reading anything in July and August, then a small amount of books in September, October was definitely my friend. Between working on a children's reading list and the Dewey Readathon I was able get 10 books read! 



7 kids books, a short story collection, and two adult books! October also saw me meeting my Goodreads yearly challenge of 25 books. 


I've got a full month of reads for November and what doesn't get finished will get pushed to December as I've just got light Christmas reads scheduled. The last four books on the graphic is things coming out in November and/or things I'm waiting on the library to physically attain. 


I should be done with "Footprints in the Dew" in the next couple of days. Then I'm delving into "The Black Hand" and my next batch of kids books. Here's my list for November TBR: 


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