2021 March Wrap Up

Moving is always more work than you realize when you’re in the midst of it. I might be using that as a little bit of an excuse, but I’m not lying when I say that moving at the end of March drastically reduced the time I had to read – and write blog posts about what I read.

Basically, I didn’t get nearly as much reading done as I’d hoped this month. While part of me is hoping that by moving my reading plans into April in order to get caught up, I know that this realistically won’t be the case. Another reason that I didn’t read some of the books I’d planned to this month is because some of the book tours were postponed until April. So, I look forward to getting around to at least those stories this coming month.

As always, here are some pictures of my pup, Yzma. (Shameless plug for her adorable PupStagram account @YzmaTheHound):

Without further ado, here’s my reading stats for February:


For reference: Physical books, eBooks, AudioBooks, and Library books.

Total books completed: 4

Total pages read: 969 pages (avg. 323 pages) + 1 eBook of unspecified pages


Completed Books:

  1. Reaper: Aftermath by Jonathan Pongratz (Reaper, Book 2)[4 stars] 338 pages
  2. The Moscow Whisper by Michael Jenkins (Sean Richardson, Book 3)[4 stars] 320 pages
  3. The Peasant’s Dream by Melanie Dickerson (Hagenheim, Book 11)[3 stars] 311 pages
  4. Ulrik by Wendy L. Anderson (Goodreads)[4 stars]
  5. That’s it, that’s every book I completed in March.

Review Posts:

  1. The Moscow Whisper by Michael Jenkins *Spoiler free*
  2. Reaper: Aftermath by Jonathan Pongratz *Spoiler free*
  3. A Conventicle of Magpies by LMR Clarke *Spoiler review*
  4. (Mis)fortune by Melissa Haag
  5. The Secret Girl by C.M. Stunich
  6. Hidden by Lyla Oweds
  7. How to Tell if Your Cat is Plotting to Kill You by Matthew Inman (The Oatmeal)
  8. Dreamthief by Tamara Grantham
  9. Emmitt’s Treasure by Melissa Haag
  10. Notatsu (Charming) Junkie by Ryoko Fukuyama *Series review*
  11. Balance by Lyla Oweds
  12. Ulrik by Wendy L. Anderson *Spoiler free*
  13. The Ruthless Boys by C.M. Stunich
  14. Reaper: Aftermath by Jonathan Pongratz *Spoiler review*

Spotlight Posts:

  1. Weasel Words by Dale E. Lehman

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2021 February Wrap Up

It’s easy to see that this month I read a lot more than I have in the last 4-5 months. I’m grateful that I got my hands on so many books that I enjoyed reading. And that my reading slump appears to be gone! It’s been weird not reading anything the last little bit, completely unusual for me. In February I certainly changed this up by reading a fair bit. I stuck mostly to things I was likely to enjoy reading and it paid off.

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As always, here are some pictures of my pup, Yzma. (Shameless plug for her adorable PupStagram account @YzmaTheHound):

Without further ado, here’s my reading stats for February:


For reference: Physical books, eBooks, AudioBooks, and Library books.

Total books completed: 12

Total pages read: 4,071 pages (avg. 340 pages)


Completed Books:

  1. Mu: The Grimm Cases by Lyla Oweds (The Grimm Cases, Books 1-3)[4 stars] 759 pages
  2. The Deep by Rivers Solomon (Goodreads)[5 stars] 166 pages
  3. Hidden by Lyla Oweds (The Grimm Cases, Book 4)[4 stars] 451 pages
  4. Balance by Lyla Oweds (The Grimm Cases, Book 5)[4 stars] 320 pages
  5. Boring is the New Black by Megan Bryce (The Fashionista and the Geek, Book 1)[2 stars] 204 pages
  6. Takakush by Raine Reiter (Genus Magica, Book 1)[4 stars] 276 pages
  7. Heir of Lies by Mallory McCartney (Black Dawn, Book 1)[4.25 stars] 272 pages
  8. Queen to Ashes by Mallory McCartney (Black Dawn, Book 2)[4 stars] 350 pages
  9. Reaper by Jonathan Pongratz (Reaper, Book 1)[4 stars] 96 pages
  10. The Secret Girl by C.M. Stunich (Adamson All-Boys Academy, Book 1)[3.5 stars] 420 pages
  11. The Ruthless Boys by C.M. Stunich (Adamson All-Boys Academy, Book 2)[3.5 stars] 469 pages
  12. The Forever Crew by C.M. Stunich (Adamson All-Boys Academy, Book 3)[3 stars] 288 pages

Review Posts:

  1. A Conventicle of Magpies by LMR Clarke
  2. Mu: The Grimm Cases by Lyla Oweds *Non-Spoiler Review*
  3. In an Absent Dream by Seanan McGuire
  4. Queen to Ashes by Mallory McCartney
  5. Takakush by Raine Reiter
  6. Coffee, Tea, or Me by Rich Amooi
  7. House of Earth and Blood by Sarah J Maas
  8. The Deep by Rivers Solomon
  9. Mu: The Grimm Cases by Lyla Oweds *Spoiler Review*
  10. Reaper by Jonathan Pongratz
  11. Holly Freakin; Hughes by Kelsey Kingsley
  12. Boring is the New Black by Megan Bryce

Spotlight Posts:

  1. Between Love and Murder by Chris Bedell
  2. Love Him / Hate Him by Chris Bedell

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2021 January Wrap Up

I might not have gotten a lot read this month, but I managed to read something! And that’s more than I can say for the entirety of the last quarter of the 2020.

Not much has changed in the last month, reading wise. It wasn’t until the very last week of the month that I was able to actually sit down and get a decent amount of reading done. While it’s still a lot less than I usually read in a month, I’m extremely happy to be able to say that I got anything read. Sometimes it’s the small accomplishments that feel the greatest.

I’m also thrilled to be able to say that this marks the end of my reading slump. Though February is far from over, I’m happy to say that I’ve gotten more reading done so far this month than in the last four months combined! (Not that this was hard to do…) Here’s to more great reads in the coming months!

As always, here are some pictures of my pup, Yzma. August was pretty chill for her, September full of hikes and playdates. (Shameless plug for her adorable PupStagram account @YzmaTheHound):

Without further ado, here’s my reading stats for January:


For reference: Physical books, eBooks, AudioBooks, and Library books.

Total books completed: 2

Total pages read: 514 pages (avg. 257 pages)


Completed Books:

  1. In an Absent Dream by Seanan McGuire (Wayward Children, Book 4)[5 stars] 327 pages
  2. A Conventicle of Magpies by LMR Clarke (The Bloodskill Duology, Book 1)[4 stars] 187 pages

Review Posts:

  1. Wolf’s Curse by Kelley Armstrong

Spotlight Posts:

  1. Debt-Free Asap! by John Nicholas
  2. The Bird That Sang in Color by Grace Mattioli
  3. Year in Review: 2020
  4. Redlined by Richard W. Wise
  5. Takakush by Raine Reiter
  6. The Book of Uriel by Elyse Hoffman

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2020 August and September Wrap Up

Do you ever put off looking back on the amount of reading you’ve done recently, convinced that you didn’t do nearly as much as you’d set out to read? Stopped yourself from thinking about it because you’re just a little disappointed in yourself for being lazy – because that’s the true reason you didn’t pick anything up. It’s not like there’s not time to read with the way the world is right now…

Well thankfully writing this post surprised me with how much I actually managed to read over the last couple of months. I was convinced I’d read next to nothing!

In the month of August I certainly got more reading done than I have in the last little while. Part of it had to do with putting aside more time for myself, to try and not feel pressured to always be “on”. With the way things are in the world right now, it’s nice to be able to relax a little bit, distress and take things one step at a time. But because I was putting this time away for myself, I didn’t think about the reading I did during this time as… well, as counting more or less.

That isn’t to say it shouldn’t count. Any reading you do counts – newspapers, comics, flyers… it all counts because you’re using your brain to process words on a page. You’re reading! You’ve picked something up in the spur of the moment just because? It counts! You got halfway through a book and then decided that book isn’t for you? It counts! I just have to remind myself of that sometimes.

I also got a nice chunk of reading done in September. Hard to believe since I posted virtually nothing this month, but I’m actually content with the amount of reading I’ve accomplished. Here’s hoping that the amount of reading I get done can be translated in a decent amount of posts over the next little bit.

However, I still need to work on creating a consistent upload schedule. (So thank you for being patient with me while I figure things out.) I’m going to aim to have 3 posts uploaded a week in 2021, but I make no promises. I’d love to have consistent days on which I upload things, but for now the first step is going to be attempting to upload three videos a week. As you can tell, I’ve been slacking a bit the last couple of months. In the past I’ve had very unsustainable goals with my upload scheduling, so here’s hoping that this format will make it possible for me to find some consistency in my blog posts.

As always, here are some pictures of my pup, Yzma. August was pretty chill for her, September full of hikes and playdates. (Shameless plug for her adorable PupStagram account @YzmaTheHound):

Without further ado, here’s my reading stats for August and September:


For reference: Physical books, eBooks, and AudioBooks. Library books.

Total books completed: 11

Total pages: 4245 pages (avg. 386 pages per book)


Total books completed in August: 6

Total pages: 3046 pages (avg. 508 pages per book)

Completed Books:

  1. (Mis)fortune by Melissa Haag (Judgement of the Six, Book 2)[3.5 stars]
  2. Nosatsu Junkie by Ry Ryoko Fukuyama (Charming Junkie, Vol 14 – 16)[Avg. 4 stars]
  3. Midnight Sun by Stephanie Meyer (The Twilight Saga, Book 5)[0.5 stars]
  4. Something Strange and Deadly by Susan Dennard (Something Strange and Deadly, Book 1)[4.5 stars]
  5. Emmitt’s Treasure by Melissa Haag (Judgement of the Six Companion Series, Book 2)[3.5 stars]
  6. House of Earth and Blood by Sarah J Maas (Crescent City, Book 1)[4.5 stars]

Total books completed in September: 5

Total pages: 1196 pages (avg. 239 pages per book)

Completed Books:

  1. Dreamthief by Tamara Grantham (Olive Kennedy, Fairy World M.D., Book 1)[3.5 stars]
  2. Holly Freakin’ Hughes by Kelsey Kingsley (Goodreads)[3 stars]
  3. Mistletoe Match by Lindzee Armstrong (No Match for Love, Book 6)[1 star]
  4. How to tell if Your Cat is Plotting to Kill You by Matthew Inman (The Oatmeal) (Goodreads)[3 stars]
  5. Coffee, Tea, or Me by Rich Amooi (Goodreads)[3 stars]

Dedicated Blog Posts:

  1. Hope(less) by Melissa Haag
  2. Hunting Prince Dracula by Kerri Maniscalco
  3. Clay’s Hope by Melissa Haag
  4. Sea Glass by Maria V Snyder
  5. Something Strange and Deadly by Susan Dennard
  6. Midnight Sun by Stephanie Meyer

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2020 July Wrap Up

If the days haven’t started running together for you, I’m jealous. I can’t believe that it’s been such a long time since I’ve posted anything to this blog. I’ve certainly been reading slower than usual these last couple of months, but that’s no excuse to completely ignore things the way I have. Here’s my promise to you to get the reviews of the books I have read out sometime in the near future. I’ll find the motivation to actually sit down and write them instead of letting the words swim in my head.

As a thank you for coming back after such an extended absence, here are some pictures of my pup, Yzma. She had a great weekend at the cottage and discovered a love for water she’d never previously showed any signs of having. (Shameless plug for her adorable PupStagram account @YzmaTheHound):

Without further ado, here’s my reading stats for this month:


For reference: Physical books, eBooks, and AudioBooks. Library books.

Total books completed: 17

Total pages: 3805 pages (avg. 224 pages per book)

Completed Books:

  1. Wolf’s Curse by Kelley Armstrong (Otherworld: Kate and Logan, Book 2)[5 stars]
  2. Sea Glass by Maria V Snyder (Glass, Book 2; The Chronicles of Ixia, Book 5)[3.5 stars]
  3. Hope(less) by Melissa Haag (Judgement of the Six, Book 1)[4 stars]
  4. Clay’s Hope by Melissa Haag (Judgement of the Six Companion Series, Book 1)[4 stars]
  5. Nosatsu Junkie by Ry Ryoko Fukuyama (Charming Junkie, Vol 1 – 13)[Avg. 4 stars]

Dedicated Blog Posts:

None during the month of July, check out my June Wrap Up for my most recent reviews.


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2020 June Wrap Up

I know I’m not the only one, but the way things are in the world right now I’m finding it difficult to enjoy sitting down and reading as much as I used to. Of course I still enjoy immersing myself in stories, but it used to be such a relief to take a break from the world and dive into a world of mystery and intrigue. Now that I’m stuck at home most of the time it’s just not the same.

Plus the fact that my adorable little pup (who turned 1 this month!!!! Shameless plug for her adorable PupStagram account @YzmaTheHound) is with me almost all the time makes it harder to sit with a book. Sure she loves cuddling, but she also likes licking books… a habit I’m not quite to encourage. I’d much rather cuddle or play with my darling “little” girl than jump into a world I may or may not enjoy as much.

As always, here’s how adorable she was this month:

Without further ado, here’s my reading stats for this month:


For reference: Physical books, eBooks, and AudioBooks. Library books.

Total books completed: 7

Total pages: 2,291 pages (avg. 327 pages per book)

Completed Books:

  1. Beautifully Cruel by J.T. Geissinger (Goodreads)[4.5 stars]
  2. Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng (Goodreads)[3 stars]
  3. The Princess and the Fangirl by Ashley Poston (Once Upon a Con, Book 2)[3.5 stars]
  4. Return Addresses by Michael A McLellan (Goodreads)[4 stars]
  5. Stalking Jack the Ripper by Kerri Maniscalco (Stalking Jack the Ripper, Book 1)[4.5 stars]
  6. Dangerous Beauty by J.T. Geissinger (Dangerous Beauty, Book 1)[2.5 stars]
  7. Hunting Prince Dracula by Kerri Maniscalco (Stalking Jack the Ripper, Book 2)[4.5 stars]

Dedicated Blog Posts:

  1. Shadow Frost by Coco Ma
  2. Beautifully Cruel by J.T. Geissinger
  3. Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng
  4. The Princess and the Fangirl by Ashley Poston
  5. Return Addresses by Michael A McLellan
  6. Stalking Jack the Ripper by Kerri Maniscalco
  7. Dangerous Beauty by J.T. Geissinger

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2020 May Wrap Up

I might not have gotten too many books read in the month of May, but I enjoyed everything I picked up. For that alone, I consider my reading in May to be a success. In addition the the books I speak about below, I also participated in the Asian Readathon. Here’s my 2020 Asian Readathon TBR and Wrap Up

I’ll admit, I also spent a lot of this month spoiling my puppy. Yzma got a new outdoor bed and she not only loved it outside but wanted to sit in it inside as well. Playing in the sun with her was also a great way to spend some time. I hope that you’ve got some space to play with a puppy as well – it’s certainly a great way to spend time!

 

 

 

Without further ado, here’s my reading stats for this month:

 


 

For reference: Physical books, eBooks, and AudioBooks. Library books.

 

Total books completed: 4

Total pages read: 1978 pages (avg. 495 pages per book)

 

Completed Books:

  1. Stain by A. G. Howard (Goodreads)[5 stars]
  2. The Fallen Angel by Kenneth B Andersen (The Great Devil War, Book 5)[4.5 stars]
  3. The Story of My Life by Helen Keller (Goodreads)[5 stars]
  4. Fire Study by Maria V Snyder (Poison Study, Book 3; The Chronicles of Ixia, Book 3)[4.24 stars]

 


 

Dedicated Blog Posts:

  1. Stain by A.G. Howard
  2. The Fallen Angel by Kenneth B Andersen
  3. The Story of My Life by Helen Keller
  4. Fire Study by Maria V Snyder
  5. Storm Glass by Maria V Snyder

 


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2020 April Wrap Up

 

I have to admit, having so much spare time at home is wrecking my reading. I know that I have all this extra time to read now that I’m not going out to do things, but I’m still finding it harder to sit down and focus on a story. Where I used to be able to read a book in one sitting, no matter how engaged I am to a story, I find myself needed to get up and do something else. I guess working from home isn’t going to be a longtime goal for me – I like being able to separate my work time and downtime a little more.

Of course, Yzma is absolutely loving all of the time I’ve been spending at home. If she wasn’t a spoiled puppy before hand (and trust me, she was), she certainly is now! Daily puppy playdates (weather permitting) and lots of cuddles just makes her crave attention even more. I worry about how she’ll react to me going back into work full time, but that’s a problem for future me. For now, here are some cute puppy pics of Yzma enjoying her spoiled life.

 

 

Without further ado, here’s my reading stats for this month:

 


 

For reference: Physical books, eBooks, and AudioBooks. Library books.

 

Total books completed: 6

Total pages read: 1,699 pages (avg. 336 pages per book)

 

Completed Books:

  1. The Angel of Evil by Kenneth B Andersen (The Great Devil War, Book 3)[4.5 stars]
  2. Miss Match by Lindzee Armstrong (No Match for Love, Book 1)[4 stars]
  3. Scrappy Little Nobody by Anna Kendrick [5 stars]
  4. The Kiss Thief by L.J. Shen [5 stars]
  5. To Dream is to Die by Sarah Lampkin (Dead Dreamer, Book 1)[3.45 stars]
  6. To Wake the Dead by Sarah Lampkin (Dead Dreamer, Book 2)[4 stars]

Dedicated Blog Posts:

  1. The Angel of Evil by Kenneth B Andersen
  2. Gemini Keeps Capricorn by Antya Sunday
  3. Pisces Hooks Taurus by Antya Sunday
  4. Cancer Ships Aquarius by Antya Sunday
  5. This Time by Azaaa Davis
  6. Miss Match by Lindzee Armstrong
  7. That Night by Azaaa Davis
  8. Scrappy Little Nobody by Anna Kendrick
  9. The Kiss Thief by L.J. Shen
  10. To Dream is to Die by Sarah Lampkin
  11. To Wake the Dead by Sarah Lampkin

 


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2020 March Wrap Up

This month I certainly didn’t get as much reading done as I’d expected to do. Firstly, I ended up getting a concussion by tripping because I’m that klutzy. So I couldn’t really read much for a a little over a week. And it was a bit longer than that before I could sit down and focus long enough to get words together in a way that got my point across in an at least semi-understandable manner.

And then came the quarantine period and social distancing. I hope that everyone who reads this is doing well and taking the appropriate precautions. I hope that you stay healthy with everything that’s going on, and so does everyone around you.While

I might be an introvert, even I need to get outside every once in a while. I found myself being unable to focus on reading being alone so often. Sure, Yzma tried to keep me as sane as possible, but eventually I found it easier to stay at my parents’ place for a while as I work from home. Being around other humans helped keep me sane. It also means that Yzma gets to see her best friend on an almost daily basis. Thankfully, playing with him tires her out and gives me time to focus on my day job.

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Without further ado, here’s my reading stats for this month:


For reference: Physical books, eBooks, and AudioBooks. Library books.

Total books completed: 19

Total pages read: 6,290 pages (avg. 331 pages per book)

Completed Books:

  1. Don’t Cheat Me by Jackie May (Nora Jacobs, Book 2)[4 stars]
  2. Don’t Bait Me by Jackie May (Nora Jacobs, Book 3)[4.5 stars]
  3. Leo Loves Ares by Antya Sunday (Signs of Love, Book 1)[5 stars]
  4. Flashback by Shannon Messenger (Keeper of the Lost Cities, Book 7)[4.5 stars]
  5. Small Bones by Vicki Grant (Secrets)[4 stars]
  6. Alone in the Wild by Kelley Armstrong (Rockton, Book 5)[4.75 stars]
  7. Hidden Magic by Melinda Kucsera, et. al. (Magic Underground Anthologies, Book 1)
  8. Don’t Tempt Me by Jackie May (Nora Jacobs, Book 4)[4.5 stars]
  9. Her Majesty’s Necromancer by C. J. Archer (The Ministry of Curiosities, Book 2)[4 stars]
  10. Scorpio Hates Virgo by Antya Sunday (Signs of Love, Book 2)[5 stars]
  11. Perfectly Wrong by Summer Brooks [1 star]
  12. Gemini Keeps Capricorn Antya Sunday (Signs of Love, Book 3)[4 stars]
  13. Pisces Hooks Taurus Antya Sunday (Signs of Love, Book 4)[4.5 stars]
  14. Cancer Ships Aquarius Antya Sunday (Signs of Love, Book 5)[4 stars]
  15. This Time by Azaaa Davis (Nadira Holden, Demon Hunter; Book 1)[4 stars]
  16. That Night by Azaaa Davis (Nadira Holden, Demon Hunter; Book 2)[4 stars]
  17. Storm Glass by Maria V. Snyder (Glass, Book 1; The Chronicles of Ixia, Book 4)[4.5 stars]
  18. Dream Keeper by Amber R. Duell (The Dark Dreamer Trilogy, Book 1)[5 stars]
  19. In the Shadow of the Hanging Tree by Michael McLellan [4 stars]

 

Dedicated Blog Posts:

  1. Don’t Cheat Me by Jackie May
  2. Leo Loves Ares by Antya Sunday
  3. Don’t Bait Me by Jackie May
  4. Flashback by Shannon Messenger
  5. Alone in the Wild by Kelley Armstrong
  6. Small Bones by Vicki Grant
  7. Hidden Magic by Melinda Mucsera & Many More
  8. Don’t Tempt Me by Jackie May
  9. Perfectly Wrong by Summer Brooks
  10. Scorio Hates Virgo by Antya Sunday
  11. That Night by Azaaa Davis
  12. Dream Keeper by Amer R. Duell
  13. In the Shadow of the Hanging Tree by Michael McLellan

 

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2020 February Wrap Up

This might be the shortest month in the year – though I did enjoy the extra day that comes with it being a leap year – but I’m already predicting that this is going to be one of my best reading months for the year. I didn’t get to as many books from my TBR for the month as I’d hoped, but I still manage to read a decent chunk of books. I certainly started some, but the downside of reading multiple books at once is that sometimes I get pulled into one world more than the others and those just… fall aside for a little bit. On top of that, I even managed to post a decent amount of reviews this month! (Links to those will be a little further down)

Oh, and as always I got to spend some quality time with my little stinker, Yzma. She even got to spend a weekend on a farm and get scared by chickens! She didn’t see any of them, but they were loud enough to startle her whenever she walked by their coop. Aaaaand I also might have been able to spend a little time with the cutest little lamb ever.

Yes the little lamb looks proud of herself for peeing all over the floor. Truth be told, she had the cutest little smile on her face and always looked proud of herself. Also lambs are loud when they’re looking for their “mum”. Also also, please ignore the used pee pads in the garbage can – 4 day old lambs pee a lot. Thank you.

Without further ado, here’s my reading stats for this month:


For reference: Physical books, eBooks, and AudioBooks. Library books.

Total books completed: 16

Total pages read: 4,586 (287 avg. pages per book)

Completed Books:

  1. Soulless at Sunset by Deanna Chase (Last Witch Standing, Book 1)[4 stars]
  2. Etiquette & Espionage by Gail Carriger (Finishing School, Book 1)[5 stars]
  3. Curtsies & Conspiracies by Gail Carriger (Finishing School, Book 2)[5 stars]
  4. Waistcoats & Weaponry by Gail Carriger (Finishing School, Book 3)[4.5 stars]
  5. Manners & Mutiny by Gail Carriger (Finishing School, Book 4)[4 stars]
  6. Heir of Lies by Mallory McCartney (Black Dawn, Book 1)[4.25 stars]
  7. The Bad Mother’s Pregnancy by Suzy K Quinn (The Bad Mother Series, Book 0.5)[3 stars]
  8. The Bad Mother’s Diary by Suzy K Quinn (The Bad Mother Series, Book 1)[2 stars]
  9. Strike a Match by Lindzee Armstrong (No Match for Love, Book 5)[3 stars]
  10. The Last Necromancer by C. J. Archer (The Ministry of Curiosities, Book 1)[5 stars]
  11. In Plane Sight by Angelina Kerner [3 stars]
  12. Love & Chocolate by Gail Cleare [5 stars]
  13. The Celestial Assignment by Theresa Braun [4 stars]
  14. When Stars are Bright by Amber R Duell [5 stars]
  15. The Wrongful Death by Kenneth B Andersen (The Great Devil Wars, Book 3)[5 stars]
  16. Flashback by Shannon Messenger (Keeper of the Lost Cities, Book 7)[4.5 stars]

 

Dedicated Blog Posts:

  1. Rituals by Kelley Armstrong
  2. Etiquette & Espionage by Gail Carriger
  3. Soulless at Sunset by Deanna Chase
  4. Curtsies & Conspiracies by Gail Carriger
  5. Heir of Lies by Mallory McCartney – Spoiler Free
  6. Waistcoats & Weaponry by Gail Carriger
  7. Manners & Mutiny by Gail Carriger
  8. The Last Necromancer by C. J. Archer
  9. Love & Chocolate by Gail Cleare
  10. In Plane Sight by Angelina Kerner
  11. Strike a Match by Lindzee Armstrong
  12. When Stars are Bright by Amber R Duell
  13. The Celestial Assignment by Theresa Braun
  14. The Wrongful Death by Kenneth B Andersen

 

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