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Monthly Wrap Up: November 2019

Hello Friends,

Welcome to my first wrap up that I’ve posted in the past few months. I skipped two of them, because I just didn’t feel like posting even though they’re written and ready to go. I’ll include them in my Goodreads Wrap Up book. I had to stop and see where I started to read this month, I’ve been slacking in keeping track, so I’m unsure if this is what I’ve read actually thus far. I could be a book or two off, but I’ll try not to be. I apparently lost the will to keep track a few months before the end of the year. I’m hoping to do better next year in regards to such! Here are the books read with ratings:

1. The Scotsman Who Swept Me Away by Hannah Howell 3 stars
2.The Secret Hour by Scott Westerfield 5 stars re-read
3.Wolf Lost by Sam Burns 5 stars LGBT pick
4.Kidnapped by the Pirate by Keira Andrews 5 stars LGBT pick
5.The Glovemaker Ann Weisgarber 3 stars
6.Prince for Sale by Caroline Gibson 5 stars LGBT pick
7.Wrong Way Home by K. A. Merikan 4 stars LGBT pick
8.The Burning Bridge by John Flanagan 4 stars
9.The Winter Witch by Paula Brackston 4 stars
10.The Year We Fell From Space by A.S. King 4 stars
11.Brine and Bone by Kate Stradling 3.5 stars
12.Interview with Diana Gabaldon by Andrew Gull 4 stars
13.The Secret Book and Scone Society 5 stars re-read
14.A Hidden Magic by Vivian Vande Velde 4 stars re-read
15.Mystic City by Theo Lawrence 3.5 stars re-read
16.The Sentinel Mage by Emily Gee 5 stars LGBT pick

Not many five star books, unfortunately. I’m hoping to do better in the month of December. One month left, until the new year. Next year, I’m going to attempt to be more active in posting reviews, as well as more prompt. In the meantime, hope everyone’s Thanksgiving holidays were good, even as we’re nearing Christmas and I’m a bit late in posting. Cheers.

Until next time,
-Pass Me That Book.

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Monthly Wrap Up: April 2019

There are quite a few books on this list that I’ve read for April. April is proving to be a prolific month in regards to reading, and that’s in part because of the OWLs (I’ll leave those stats up as well) that are taking place. I’m not really picking a career-far too many options for me, lol-but I’m reading a book in each category as many times as possible this month. There’s less than three weeks remaining, and I’m sure that I can fit in quite a few more books as needed. Though towards the end of the month, everything that could go wrong did go wrong and so I didn’t get to read as much as I normally did. I hope next month can be twice as better in regards to both reading and real life. Anyways, here are the books that I’ve read thus far:



1.Once and Future by Amy Carpetta| 400 pages, 5/5 stars
2.Arabella and the Traitor of Mars by David Levine| 400 pages, 5/5 stars
3.A Discovery of Witches by Deborah Harkness| 600 pages, 5/5 stars
4.The White by Deborah Larson| 200 pages, 5/5 stars
5.Green Angel by Alice Hoffman| 115 pages, 2/5 stars
6.The Girl From Montana by Grace Livingston Hill| 200 pages, 2/5 stars
7.Stardoc by S. L. Viehl| 400 pages, 5/5 stars
8.Song in the Silence by Elizabeth Kerner| 400 pages, 5/5 stars
9.Murder on the Last Frontier by Cathy Pageu| 300 pages, 5/5 stars
10.Borrowing Death by Cathy Pageu| 250 pages, 4.5/5 stars
11.Highland Avenger by Hannah Howell| 300 pages, 3/5 stars
12.The Vampire’s Club 1 by X. Aratare| 100 pages, 5/5 stars
13.The Vampire’s Club 2 by X. Aratare| 100 pages, 5/5 stars
14.Last Day on Mars: The Dark Star Series by Kevin Emerson| 400 pages, 4.5/5 stars
15.The Wheel of Time by Robert Jordan| 800 pages, 5/5 stars (re-read)
16.Artic Wild by Annabeth Albert| Unknown pages, 3/5 stars (review upcoming)
17.A Swiftly Tilting Planet by Madeline L’Engle| 300 pages, 4/5 stars
18.Bound and Sold by A. C. Sawyer| 100 pages, 3/5 stars
19.So You Want to Be a Wizard by Diane Duane| 400 pages, 5/5 stars (re-read)
20.On the Edge of Daylight by Giselle Beaumont| 500 pages, 5/5 stars


My Owls and the Challenges will be listed next on the blog, followed by some reviews that I’ve been meaning to post but with April being a sucky month I haven’t had the chance to really get online for a while now except on my phone, and I hate posting reviews from my phone. And in all honesty, it doesn’t feel like I’ve read 20 books. Granted several were short e-books that I purchased for free, with one exception from the Vampire Club LGBT series that I’ve fallen hard for, and need more of now but have to wait for June until the next release. April is still going to suck, but next month looks like it’ll be worse with a dentist appointment as well thrown in that I’m *not* looking forward to. I wish winter would return, as that’s my favorite season where I can just stay home and ignore the world due to the bad weather. *heavy sigh*

Until next time,
Pass Me That Book.