Month in Review – November 2017

As I’ve mentioned in my previous posts, I got a dog this month. So it was a pretty slow reading month. Hopefully I can read about a book a day in December, because I really want to reach my goal of 100 books this year! Here’s my (short) summary of my bookish activity for the month. As per usual, I will be linking up to bookdate.blogspot.com.

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Total Books Read: 4

And one of them was a picture book so…

Books Read

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Cesar’s Way by Cesar Milan and Melissa Jo Peltier

Lucky Dog Lessons by Brandon McMillan

Al Mar Al Mar Osito Polar by Hans de Beer

Made to be His by Allison Gata

Book Formats

Paperback – 1

Ebook – 3

Book Genres

Romance – 1

Non-Fiction – 2

Picture – 1

New to Me Authors

Hans de Beer

Cesar Milan and Melissa Jo Peltier

Brandon McMillan

Allison Gatta

Top Book for September

Lucky Dog Lessons by Brandon McMillan

 

What awesome bookish things did you accomplish this month?

❤️ Annette

 

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Month in Review – October 2017

I think this month was a pretty decent reading month, especially since I did some more traveling. I also spent quite a bit of time on Goodreads, adding to my TBR, which just fires me up to read even more! (I’m not one of those people who keep their TBR very nice and neat… I have 2944 on my list at the moment! And I’m okay with that. :)) Anyways, here’s a summary of my bookish activities for the month. I’ll be linking up to bookdate.blogspot.com, who also inspired the format of this post.

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Total Books Read: 8

It’s half as many as last month, but I still feel pretty good about it!

Books Read

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Taken by Tuesday by Catherine Bybee

Seduced by Sunday by Catherine Bybee

Treasured by Thursday by Catherine Bybee

The Marriage Merger by Jennifer Probst

Accidentally Hers by Jamie Beck

Worth the Trouble by Jamie Beck

Worth the Risk by Jamie Beck

MacFarland’s Lass by Glynnis Campbell

Book Formats

Paperback – 1

Ebook – 7

Book Genres

Romance – 8

No New to Me Authors this month

Top Book for September

Accidentally Hers by Jamie Beck

 

What awesome bookish things did you accomplish this month?

❤️ Annette

Month in Review – August 2017

Here’s a summary of my reading/bookish action in August 2017. I’ll be linking up to bookdate.blogspot.com, who inspired this idea and post format. 🙂 If you want to check out July’s month in review, you can find it here. Overall, August was a pretty great month!

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Total Books Read: 9

I decided this month to go full steam ahead towards my goal to read 100 books this year. Which means putting non-fiction down for a little bit and whizzing through some of the easier books on my to-read list.

Books Read

(Reviews for most of these will be up… sometime. 😊 The links below are affiliate links to Amazon.)

Illuminae by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff

V is for Virgin by Kelly Oram

A is for Abstinence by Kelly Oram

Forgotten Honeymoon by Beverly Farr

The M Word by Beverly Farr

The False Prince by Jennifer Nielsen

Redesigned by Denise Grover Swank

The Runaway King by Jennifer Nielsen

Business as Usual by Denise Grover Swank

Book Formats

Hardcover – 1

Paperback – 2

Ebook – 6

Book Genres (Some books belong to multiple genres)

Young adult – 5

Romance – 6

Fantasy – 2

Science fiction – 1

New to me authors

Amie Kaufman

Jay Kristoff

Jennifer Nielsen

Top Book for August

Illuminae by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff

 

If you want to see the books I got this month, check out this post.

I’ll be posting my September TBR shortly!

 

How was your August? Any books I need to know about?

❤️ Annette

Month in Review – July 2017

Here’s a summary of my reading/bookish action in July 2017. I’ll be linking up to bookdate.blogspot.com, who inspired this idea and post format. 🙂

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Total Books Read: 5

Since I’m trying to read 100 books before the end of the year, a total of five for the month puts me a little bit behind. However, I did discover that I read faster via ebook, so hopefully that will enable me to reach my goal.

Books Read

(Reviews for most of these will be up in about a month. 😊 The links below are affiliate links to Amazon.)

Stone in the Sky by Cecil Castelluci

Sound of Useless Wings by Cecil Castelluci

Talon by Julie Kagawa

Rogue by Julie Kagawa

Undeniably Chosen by Shelley Crane

Book Formats

Hardcover – 1

Ebook – 4

Book Genres

Young adult – 5

New to me authors

None

Top Book for July

Talon by Julie Kagawa

I’ll be doing separate posts for books received this month and for my August TBR, so keep an eye out for those!

How did your July go, reading-wise? Did you read any books that I have to pick up?

❤️ Annette