Novels #36: March Wrap Up

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It’s almost the end of March, so there’s no point of even trying to get up a march to be read list, and honestly, I didn’t even have one for this month. I generally just got interested in a book randomly and started reading it. I started two new jobs in the month of March and I took up most of my time. I went on a rabbit hole of my library and came across some interesting titles I’m excited to read in April, but here’s what I finished reading in March.

The Dressmaker by Jenny Wang: I loved this comic! The Story was so sweet and welcoming for anyone who has even felt a little bit weird in their life. It centers on a Prince, who enjoys dressing as a woman on occassion, who is in need of a seamstress to make him extravagant outfits for him to wear as his alter ego, Lady Crystallia. There he meets and everything fall into place, and they have unprecedented adventures in fashion.

Misbehaved by Charlie Rose: A Teacher/Student taboo relationship with a lot more plot than I was expecting.

A Midsummer’s Night Scream by R.L. Stine: I didn’t like this one at all. It’s probably got the worst rating of a book this year.

50 Shades of Alice in Wonderland by Monica DuChamp: Alice has a sexual awakening though out her adventures and I absolutely Loved it!

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Novels #37: April To Be Read

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I know March is practically over, so I won’t bother to try and list the books I wanted to read then. So I am finishing any book that comes my way in the next couple of days and then moving on to the new month. Can you believe it’s practically April? Because I can’t, 2019 is breaking the sound barrier, and I’m just trying to hang on for dear life. February was a rough month for me, and I just wanted to dip my toes back in for March and failed miserably, so April is my month to start anew. Hopefully, it will bring spring with it, because I’m so ready for the suns rays, and to stop wearing sweaters.

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Novels #35: February Wrap Up

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February wasn’t the greatest month for me. Even though it was the shortest month of the year, it felt like it was the longest. A lot of things happened that wasn’t cool or fair, and really had me in my blues. I managed to push through until March, where things are really looking up. I also managed to finish three books this month, although, I only think two of them were on my TBR for February.

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Novels #32: February PBR

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January was a blur of novels!~ Although, I may not have read everything on my list, I definitely ran through quite a few books! In the Month of January, I finished 13 books! I definitely learned my lesson and made a smaller list of books for the month of February even though it didn’t occur to me that it was the shortest month of the year.

I’m re-watching Pretty Little Liars, and since I’ve watched it before and knowing everything that will happen, I thought it would be a good time to actually read the stories, maybe they’ll be different. Plus the library has the first two arcs on audio so when in Rome!

Here’s what I’m hoping to get through for February:

The Pretty Little Liars Series: 1 by Sara Shepard (Audio)

Catwoman: Soul Stealer by Sarah J. Maas (Audio)

WonderWoman: WarBringer by Leigh Bardugo (Audio)

I know You Know by Gilly MacMillan (Audio)

Jughead: The Hunger Vol. 1 by Frank Tieri

Lock and Mori by Heather W. Petty

Flawless by Sara Shepard (Pretty Little Liars #2) (Audio)

Magick and Mayhem by Sharon Pope

Cocaine Blues by Kerry Greenwood

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Novels #31: January Wrap UP

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I was actually really worried that I wasn’t going to have a decent video for the month of January, but I definitely surprised myself. I may not have followed my January TBR, but I finished 14 novels in one month, and I’m pretty darn proud of that! I totally forgot that February is the shortest month of the year, so I may have to rework that list, but I’m hoping for the same amount of reads. I know its only the first month of the year, but I’m doing a good job sticking to my goal of doing a Youtube video every week, and to start filming my bookish thoughts.

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Novels #30: January TBR

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I’ve made a decision. I’m going to blog a lot more about the novels that I read. I’ve been watching booktube for the last two years and I’ve fallen in love. SO I thought I would start telling you about what I actually plan on reading for the month, and then doing video wrap ups as well! Below is a list of everything that I plan on reading, or need to read before they’re taken back to the library. It will be interesting to see how much I actually make it through. Italicized are E-books.

  • Attack of the Ninja Frogs by Ursula Vernon (Dragonbreath #2)

  • Curse of the Were-Wiener by Ursula Vernon (Dragonbreath #3)

  • Lair of the Bat Monster by Ursula Vernon (Dragonbreath #4)

  • No Such Things as Ghosts by Ursula Vernon (Dragonbreath #5)

  • The Case of the Toxic Mutants by Ursula Vernon (Dragonbreath #6)

  • When Fairies Go Bad by Ursula Vernon (Dragonbreath #7)

  • Nightmare of the Iguana by Ursula Vernon (Dragonbreath #8)

  • Knight-Napped by Ursula Vernon (Dragonbreath #9)

  • The Frozen Menace by Ursula Vernon (Dragonbreath #10)

  • Revenge of Horned Bunnies by Ursula Vernon (Dragonbreath #11)

  • Double Crossing by Carolyn Keene (Nancy Drew and The Hardy Boys Super Mystery #1)

  • Blindsighted by Karin Slaughter

  • Tea Dragon Society by Katie O’ Neill

  • The Prince and The Dressmaker by Jen Wang

  • Compass South by Hope Larson (Four Points Series, Book 1)

  • Hamster and Cheese by Colleen A. F. Venable (Guinea PIG, Private Eye 1)

  • Carry On by Rainbow Rowell (Audio)

  • Club Dread by Carolyn Keene (Nancy Drew and the Hardy Boys Super Mystery #3)

  • The Lying Woods by Ashley Elston (Audio)

  • Sheets by Brenna Thummler.

I generally don’t think about what I’m going to read during the months because I get bored and switch books and then the lists don’t match. It’s probably the biggest reason why I haven’t joined Booktube. I’ve decided that I want to try a bunch of different things in 2019 and telling you about what I’ve been reading is definitely one of them.

I read the very first Dragonbreath as my last novel of 2018, and I FELL IN LOVE. I didn’t think I could love a novel series as much as I love Bunnicula. Meet Danny Dragonbreath, a child Dragon, who attends a school for amphibians and Reptiles. He’s the only Dragon in his school. His best friend, Wendell, is an iguana and he’s the logical voice in this novel series. I can’t wait to tell you more about it. I’m hoping to finish the series this month!

I’ve heard so many good things about Carry On, and I know that the sequel is coming out sometime this year, so I put it on my list so I can be prepared. I’ve been wanting to read Tea Dragons Society since I interviewed Katie about it three years ago!

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