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July/ August TBR & Video!

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Hai Beautiful! This is the best way to spend a winter in quarantine! It’s the end of June and as usual, it’s time for another TBR. Unlike usual, this time I will be making this reading list for the next two months due to the huge unpredictability of my workload for June and August. Good News Update! I started work on Monday which, after some setbacks, was the most amazing work-related news I had received all year. It’s been all from […]

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August TBR 2019!

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Heyo Bookaholics! Fantasy TBR Time! I know I promised a Wednesday post, but while writing it, I had a slight existential crisis and didn’t finish it… So on-brand for me. I have had these four books sitting on my desk for a month in anticipation for this TBR, and I finally get to read them!  After reading a bunch of contemporaries and urban fantasies in the last couple of months, I have this urge to get back into reading fantasy/ […]

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April TBR!

Heyo Bookaholics! This feels like a late TBR… I’ve been so slow in my reading progress lately. So in light of not having finished Underdog edited by Tobias Madden and my little internal crisis of not having put out a TBR for this month, I am currently 3 stories into Underdog, the 12 short story anthology edited by Tobias Madden. Meet and Greet by Michael Earp Breathe Me In by Sophie L. Macdonald Chemical Expression by Jes Layton I interviewed Jes […]

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August Wrap-Up + Haul

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Hello Bookaholics, It has not been long since my last post (only 4 days if I counted correctly). I am so proud of myself for keeping up with my blogging lately because I have lots more posts scheduled for your entertainment coming. But without further ado, let’s review the books I managed to read – and buy – in the month of August!

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August TBR

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I know it is a bit late (almost two weeks into the month), but here is what I have planned to read in the month of August. I am trying to keep my TBR pile for this month small as I do not have much time to read, due to this month being a crazy month with school tests and organising my university preferences for next year. This very short list features three books, one of which I have been begging the library […]

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