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October 2021 Reading List

October was a good month, but I’m getting fatter. So I just don’t have the energy to read as much lately. Or write as much. Or just generally do much of anything other than nap and eat.

Non-fiction

Series

  • Queene of Light by Jennifer L. Armintrout (LIghtworld / Darkworld #1)
  • Hope Smolders by Jaci Burton (Hope #0.5)
  • My Kind of Christmas by Robyn Carr (Virgin River #18)
  • Marry in Secret by Anne Gracie (Marriage of Convenience #3)
  • Tower of Dawn by Sarah J. Maas (Throne of Glass #6)
  • Perfect Stranger by Carly Phillips (Serendipity #3.5)
  • Engagement and Espionage by Penny Reid (Solving for Pie #1)
  • Marriage and Murder by Penny Reid (Solving for Pie #2)
  • Beard with Me by Penny Reid (Winston Brothers #6)
  • A Beardy Bonus by Penny Reid (Winston Brothers companion)
  • The Summer Garden by Sherryl Woods (Chesapeake Shores #9)

Standalones – Novels

Standalones – Novellas

  • Live and Let Grow by Penny Reid

Standalones – Short stories

  • Light-Skinned Girls and Kelly Rowlands by Alexia Arthurs

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September 2021 Reading List

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September was an interesting month – I got to feel my babies constant kicks and got a job promotion. Which, of course meant that I was seriously distracted from actually reading much. But, you know, it was all good distractions.

Series

Standalones – Novels

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August 2021 Reading

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August is cold and miserable. But, it’s also the month that my sister is born in, so I kind of like it. And, it also means more hours inside, curled up under a blanket with a good book and my dogs…

Non-fiction

Series

Short story collections

Standalones – Novels

Standalones – Short stories

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July 2021 Reading List

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July was a more settled month than what I’ve had lately. Everything started mellowing, but I constantly felt exhausted as well…. so whilst it was less insane, I was also able to read a little less than I would have liked. But we went on our first holiday in five years! To celebrate our tenth anniversary… wasn’t that sweet?

Non-fiction

Series

Standalones – Short stories

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June 2021 Reading List

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June was an interesting and completely unique month. We found out that we’re pregnant at the end of May, so my whole reality and routine got thrown COMPLETELY out of whack. And I honestly just struggled to find the energy to read! Which was completely horrifying to me… but I still managed to get through a few books. (All that time I couldn’t go to the gym did give me a little more reading time).

Non-fiction

Poems

Series

Standalones – Novels

Standalones – Short stories

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May 2021 Reading List

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May was an interesting month. I started off the month with a major Burn Out. Then I got sick. But ultimately, everything in life started feeling like it was clicking into place. Not sure what that says about my reading for the month though…

Non-fiction

Series

Short story collections

Standalones – Novels

Standalones – Novellas

Standalones – Short stories

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April 2021 Reading

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April was a fun month. I started to really hit my stride with literally everything that I was doing; BJJ, work, reading… I didn’t necessarily get as much down time as I wanted for reading… but it was still enough to leave me feeling happy and content.

Poems

Series

Short story collections

Standalones – Novels

Standalones – Short stories

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March 2021 Reading List

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March was an intense month – I started a new job and went from doing 7 hours a week to full time. I was also trying to keep up my training, my reading and my study. It was a good, solid, busy month. One in which I also became an Aunt twice. 🙂

Poems

Series

Short story collections

Standalones – Novels

Standalones – Novellas

Standalones – Short stories

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February 2021

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February is the month of my birthday. Thus, it is the best month of the year. It was also pretty good on the reading front. Although, with something on every weekend, lots of study and just the normal shenanigans… I didn’t really read as much as I would have liked (although, really, what’s new about that?)

Series

Standalones – Novels

Standalones – Novellas

Standalones – Short stories

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January 2021

Creative Dabbling: Hello January!

I started off the New Year with a bang. A new look for my website, a better attitude and a lot of optimism. Alright, things haven’t actually changed since last year… but it’s sometimes nice to pretend that you have a fresh start on January 1st.

Series

Standalones – Novels

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