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March Book Haul

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I put myself on a book buying ban during March. I went overseas for two weeks during the middle of the month and wasn’t going to be able to carry books around with me, so there didn’t seem much point in buying books that I wouldn’t be able to read for a few weeks, also I wanted to save as much money as I could for my holiday. Enter kindle.

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December Book List

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December is a busy month for pretty much everyone, and as much as I enjoy the Christmas period, I also find it quite exhausting, and can’t deny that I feel some amount of relief when it’s over. I would have liked to have this blog post up yesterday, but I just ended up running out of time, so it has now become my first post of 2017.

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November Book List

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We are now at the time of the year when things start to get a little bit hectic. A lot of people get really busy with work or school, on the home stretch towards the year being over. There are Christmas parties to attend, presents to buy, decorations to put up, gingerbread to eat, the list is endless. Like all bookworms though, I still make time to pull together a book haul.

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September Book List

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What a great reading month September was! Well, it was for me, and hopefully for everyone else as well. Not least of all because of the release of a book that has been highly anticipated by many book lovers out there, myself very much included.

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July Book List

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July was such a busy month for me, I had so much good stuff going on with birthdays and people coming to visit who I hadn’t seen for ages. It was a really fun month, but was non-stop and flew by so quickly. I’m trying not to think too hard about how quickly the year seems to be going, because I definitely haven’t read nearly as many books yet this year as I want to. There are so many books on my radar at the moment, and with some books I’ve been highly anticipating being released within the next few months, I’m finding it hard to stop myself from buying all of them.

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June Book List

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I’ve been falling into really bad habits lately, I’ve been getting lazy with my reading and neglecting my blog, with the last few posts coming later than I wanted them too. It’s my own fault though. I find that in the colder months I become distracted by binge watching TV shows and spending way too much time on my phone instead of picking up one of the books that are waiting on my shelf. Something I’m really good at, that I’m sure a lot of people can relate to, is procrastinating. So I am going to work harder at keeping on track with my reading and my blog.

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May Book List

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Is it just me or did May just fly by? I swear this month went so quickly that I feel like I barely had time to do anything. My May book list is a short one, I did manage to buy some great new books though, even if I haven’t yet read them all.

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April Book List

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Most of April was spent finishing reading books from last month and reading books off my kindle, I didn’t really buy any new books. I find it easier to read my kindle a lot of the time, it’s easy to carry around and it contains multiple books at a time, but there’s nothing quite like having the physical book. They also look much better in photos and on the bookshelf, so I’m hoping to add some more paperback books to my shelf in May.

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March Book List

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I became obsessed with BookTube this month, I found it was really great for finding new book recommendations and I don’t know why I didn’t get onto it sooner. I now have a great wish list that I’m looking forward to working my way through. I’ve discovered some great new authors and fantasy series that sound right up my alley that I can’t wait to read. I’d started to feel like I was just reading the same thing over and over again, so it’s good to finally get onto some books that feel fresh and original.

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