July Wrap-Up & August TBR

Well, this wrap-up is going to be a bit of an embarrassing one, to be honest. Turns out, moving to London actually makes your life pretty busy. Who knew? Although, looking back at my TBR, I didn’t do as badly as I thought I had, but I still definitely didn’t read as much as I thought I would this month.

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June Wrap Up & July TBR

2021 is going scarily fast, and I’m really shocked that I’m having to write my June Wrap Up already. I have to confess, this Wrap Up is the worst one I’ve had thus far, thanks to being overwhelmed with non-bookish stuff that meant a big dip in my reading. Let’s quickly gloss over the stats…

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May Wrap Up & June TBR

How is it June?? I’m sorry but this year is just going obscenely fast. I’m moving to London next month! It doesn’t seem real, and probably won’t seem real until long after I’m there. May wasn’t the greatest reading month for me, because I was busy house hunting and working on my course for work. June will probably be fairly similar in the work regard, and I’ll also be ramping up my big Sort Out of Stuff in preparation for moving out. I want to actually commit to moving out my parents’ houses this time round, so I’ll be taking pretty much everything I want to keep, so I need to get rid of a lot, basically. As always, I had a TBR for May, so let’s see how I did!

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April Wrap Up & May TBR

So far, 2021 has just been going so fast. It’s really freaking me out that it’s the end of April already and the start of May. I swear it was February a couple of days ago? And yet, it’s the start of May. And the start of a month means another wrap up/TBR post! As usual, I’ve not read loads this month, thanks to work keeping me busy, but I have been keeping on top of my reading. Let’s do a quick stat check!

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March Wrap Up & April TBR

Can you believe another month is over already? I definitely can’t. It’s also now been over a year since the UK went into lockdown for the first time, which doesn’t seem like it can be real! Fingers crossed that the vaccine will mean our lives can return to something like normal soon. In the meantime, being inside so much gives me more time to read! So on that note, let’s talk about my recent reads. Smooth transition, right?

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