September 2020 Wrap Up

I didn’t read nearly as much this month as I did the previous months. And that’s okay. But you know what’s not okay? The fact that I can’t format this post like the rest of my posts because, for whatever reason, WordPress is messing up the formatting no matter what I do! So this post is going to look different and I’m sorry about that. I hate it too.

Anyways, here’s what I read in the month of September!

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October 2020 TBR

September was an okay month reading wise, but a few books have to be carried over in order for me to finish everything like I need to. I have a feeling some books from October will carry over into November, but if I’m able to get through all of these I would be so happy!

I have a few book tour books, some NetGalley reads, and 

Here is my current October TBR. 

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August 2020 TBR

I have a very optimistic TBR for August. Three of these books I need to read in order to read the sequels, which either come out in September. The other eight books are books that come out in August/September that I need to read. And these aren’t even all of the September releases. I left three end of September releases for later and I’ll just have to read and get through at the beginning of next month.

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I don’t know if I’ve had a TBR of more than nine books before, so this should be interesting. The last three can always be read beginning of September if it comes down to that, but I want to try and get these read as soon as possible.

I ended up with a longer TBR for August due to one thing – the Penguin Teen Influencer program. I signed up and got in (yay!) but when I requested the books I wanted, I didn’t think I would get ALL of them. I requested three books for each month, August, September, and October. And in one afternoon received six of those nine books in my inbox. It was awesome yet terrifying.

See, I’m used to requesting more than normal because I’m usually declined for like 80-90% of them, so I didn’t expect to have six additional books fall into my lap. Plus I received Legendborn from the publisher and won Traitor in a giveaway. Ha ha, I’m freaking out.

What’s your August TBR looking like?

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May 2020 Wrap Up

Just like last month, this month has been a flurry of reading and receiving books.

For May, I surpassed my goal of 10 books by a lot. Unfortunately, I am going to reduce my goal next month since I’ll probably have a more limited reading time. But I did get to read a lot of awesome books this month and I’m way ahead on my reading goal!

Because I read and received so many books this month, I’m splitting up my posts. It was like 30+ books in one post which is just too much. So for today, here is my wrap up from May 2020 with all of the books I read!

Books I’ve Read

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The Bone Charmer by Breeana Shields

Genre: YA Fantasy

Rating: 5 // 5 stars

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The Court of Miracles by Kester Grant

Genre: YA Historical Fiction/Fantasy

Rating: 4 // 5 stars

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The Storm Crow by Kalyn Josephson

Genre: YA Fantasy

Rating: 5 // 5 stars

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The Bone Thief by Breeana Shields

Genre: YA Fantasy

Rating: 5 // 5 stars

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The Beholder by Anna Bright

Genre: YA Fiction/Fantasy

Rating: 4.5 // 5 stars

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Forest of Souls by Lori M. Lee

Genre: YA Fantasy

Rating: ??? // 5 stars

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The Crow Rider by Kalyn Josephson

Genre: YA Fantasy

Rating: 4 // 5 stars

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Cinderella is Dead by Kalynn Bayron

Genre: YA Fantasy

Rating: 5 // 5 stars

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Thorn by Intisar Khanani

Genre: YA Fantasy

Rating: 5 // 5 stars

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The Boundless by Anna Bright

Genre: YA Fantasy

Rating: 5 // 5 stars

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The Unspoken Name by A.K. Larkwood

Genre: Adult Fantasy

Rating: 4 // 5 stars

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Tunnels of Bones by Victoria Schwab

Genre: Middle Grade Fantasy

Rating: 5 // 5 stars

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The Kinder Poison by Natalie Mae

Genre: YA Fantasy

Rating: 5 // 5 stars

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Divine Blood by Beck Michaels

Genre: YA Fantasy

Rating: 3 // 5 stars

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Unravel the Dusk by Elizabeth Lim

Genre: YA Fantasy

Rating: 4.5 // 5 stars

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What are some books you’ve read this month? Any books you’re excited to get/start soon?

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June 2020 TBR

May was an amazing reading month for me! I’m not sure I’ll ever be able to read that much ever again, especially since I’m moving!

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My reading habits may be on a downward trend from there, but I’m hopeful that I can get through at least five books in June. Here are the eight books that I want to read this month, if all goes well. Two of these are NetGalley books that I need to get through. Two are ARCs I received in a trade that I want to read. And the rest are for fun!

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It feels good to include some books that I want to read for fun rather than an “obligation” although, can you really call it that? It’s still so much fun! I added City of Brass on there because I won the third book so I need to get reading! I don’t currently own the second book so I’m not sure if I’m going to order a physical copy or get an e-copy yet. Either way, I’m finally reading this series.

I’m so nervous to move! By the time this post goes up I’ll be moving TOMORROW!!! One thing I am most worried about is losing my reading/posting motivation, so if anyone has any recommendations for that, I would greatly appreciate them!

I’m also worried that my writing habits will decrease too. I haven’t written a word in the past week and with the stress of moving, it may be a whole month before I can even sit down and write again. But I’ll try to write as much as possible before moving day.

What are some books you’re looking forward to reading in June? Any June releases you’re especially excited for?

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May 2020 TBR

April was an amazing reading month for me! I read twelve books last month which is amazing for me cause usually I read two. Yes, you read that correctly – normally I’m lucky if I finish two books in a month and I read twelve in April. Thanks quarantine.

Since I’m on a roll, here’s what I hope to read in May!

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A lot of the books I’m reading are part of series or a duology because I was approved to review the sequel, but haven’t read the first book yet. So for The Bone Charmer/Bone Thief and The Storm Crow/Crow Rider, I was approved for the second book and now obviously need to read the first one.

For The Boundless I am actually part of a blog tour for it! So you will see my review at the beginning of June! I haven’t read The Beholder yet, so I’m going to read that and then I can get working on review The Boundless. This is my first blog tour EVER and I’m really excited to be able to participate, although I have no idea what kind of things they want me to do before I review it. I guess promote it on social media? But when? Lots of questions here!

Currently I am reading The Bone Charmer and The Court of Miracles and I hope to have them finished by the end of the day.

Let me know if you’ve read of these and your thoughts on them! And let me know what you’re planning on reading next!

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