If you didn’t know (then you probably don’t follow us on Instagram), we’ve been cohosting the Shelf Help Readathon with the lovely Jaz and Sharn. We wanted to come together and host something that would help people take care of their shelves and themselves in the last couple of weeks.
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April’s been a weird month hasn’t it? Most of us are inside, it seems to have gone really quickly, but really slowly all in one, and also i’ve done more reading than i ever expected to.
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March has felt like the longest month, and i’m pretty sure everyone is thinking the same at the moment. However long the month has felt, i have sadly still got no more reading done than normal. Actually, i’m probably a little gutted about the lack of reading that i’ve done this month! All being well, April is looking up!
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I’ve had two whole months of reading time this year, and i cannot believe how much i’ve actually read in February. It’s been a really fun reading month with loads of books that i loved. I want to talk about the last 9 books i read with all of you!
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I cannot believe the first month of 2020 is over, and at the same time it felt like the longest month of my entire life. I wanted to start my 2020 off with a good reading month, and i think i acheieved as much as i thought i would do!
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I can’t believe another year has gone, and i’m writing another wrap-up! It feels like no time at all since i did the last wrap-up of the year. 2019 has been one of my greatest reading years so far, and i’ve really enjoyed dipping in to new genres, reading loads of gay books and having loads of fun with my reading choices!
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How is it the last month of the year already?! I’m already writing my wrap-up for the end of the year and that feels ridiculous! I ended my year on a high with reading though, with a lot of graphic novels that i’d been meaning to get through. Let’s take a look at what i read in December.
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