Books

2019 Books I’m Longing to Get My Hands On…

The Testaments

The New Year is coming which does give me a great excuse to do the one thing I love almost as much as reading. Make endless amounts of lists. Starting naturally with all the books I want to read in 2019.

Amazingly enough I narrowed it down to the 10 I’m most super-excited for!

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The Fall Cosy Book Tag

the cosy fall book tag

Or is it cosy fall?

The excellent Karis tagged me in this Fall book tag. I get such great recommendations from her blog and Fall is my favorite time of the year so I told myself, “You must do this while it’s still actually Fall!”

I was waiting to have a “Fall” style day but not such much.

This tag was originally created by Sam at Sam’s Nonsense

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The Ice Cream Book Tag

the ice cream book tag

I saw this tag on Super Space Chick’s Youtube channel. She created it along with Alexa Loves Books and since I love ice cream and books and it’s summer I thought this would be the perfect time to do it.

So more books and ice cream ahead!

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May Wrap-Up: A Little of Everything…

may wrap-up

May has come and gone. It was mostly a good month. I seemed completely unable to keep my mind on anything longer than it takes to read a book (and I started probably a dozen that I put aside for later.)

My nephew visited for the Memorial Day weekend and I got to buy him books! Which was nice because usually he’s all about the toys 🙂

Work- which is usually slow this time of year very much hasn’t been. I don’t know if that’s good or bad yet. Also we’re already hitting triple digits here and I’m trying to find new and exciting ways to exercise without going outside or going to join a gym. But on to the important things…

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A Contemporary Win: foolish hearts

foolish hearts

foolish hearts

By: Emma Mills

Grade: A

I’m hit or miss with contemporaries but I really enjoyed foolish hearts which was the Owlcrate book from December. Claudia overhears something she shouldn’t and gets on the bad side of resident mean girl Iris- which eventually lands them both with jobs in the big school production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream.

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