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What I Read in November!

I refuse to believe that 2022 is almost over, this year has gone way too quickly. I read a total of 11 books throughout November. I seemed to jump from genre to genre this month. I read some fantasy, some romance and even some non-fiction. I am back with another what I've read this month post. It is a bunch of mini reviews for the book I read in November. Here they are!

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Three Bookish Things Tag

I love doing a good book tag. So, when I stumbled across this one from Kristen Kraves Books, I wanted to give it a go. I love picking a few favourites or top books as I think picking just one is so hard. Hence, the three bookish things tag! Here it is!

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Friends Like These – Jennifer Lynn Alvarez

If you are on the lookout for a YA mystery to keep you on the edge of your seat, consume you and leave you in shock, Friends Like These is the one for you! I read Lies Like Wildfire by Jennifer Lynn Alvarez last year and it blew my away. So, I was looking forward to see if this one would be the same. It was actually more hooking, intense and heart-breaking than the author’s previous novel.

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New Book Releases I’m Excited For – December

2022 is almost over. That means this is the last new book releases post for books coming out in 2022 and I can't believe it. There are a lot of amazing new books coming out in December that I am excited about. I wanted to share some of the ones I’m most excited about, with you. Here are the new book releases I’m excited for in December!

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Books You Should Read Next!

I'm always on the lookout for new book recommendations. Be that a brand new book, a hidden gem or a book that I have had my eye on for quite a while. So, today I wanted to share some books that I have recently read and would highly recommend. These are books that should definitely be on your TBR to read soon because they are excellent. Here are some books that you should read next!

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Mika in Real Life – Emiko Jean

At thirty-five, Mika Suzuki's life is a mess. Her last relationship ended in flames. Her roommate-slash-best friend might be a hoarder. She's a perpetual disappointment to her traditional Japanese parents. And, most recently, she's been fired from her latest dead-end job.

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October Book Haul!

Happy November everyone! It is the start of a brand new month, which means it is book haul time. This haul consists of 14 books. It has some books gifted by publishers, pre-orders, gifts and a couple I've picked up for myself. Here is my October book haul!

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What I Read in October!

This year has gone way too quickly. I cannot believe we only have a couple of months of 2022 left. I read a total of 10 books throughout October. I wanted to read a lot of comfort YA this month mixed in with a few other things. So, I am back with another what I’ve read this month post which is a bunch of mini reviews for the book I read in October. Here they are!

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Monochrome – Jamie Costello

16-year-old Grace awakes one morning to find the sky leaden, the sun huge ball of ash, the clouds like threatening rubble, and reports of unexplained accidents occurring on roads and rail. These are the hallmarks of an apocalyptic movie, but it quickly becomes apparent that everything, to the rest of her family, seems normal; Grace is one of only a handful of people in the country who are seeing the world in shades of grey.