Middle Grade March TBR

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I can’t believe it’s almost March already! This March round 2 of Middle Grade March is happening!

Middle Grade March is a readathon similar to Nonfiction November. The goal for this readathon is to celebrate Middle Grade books and to read more than you regularly would.

This readthon is hosted by Krista of BookAndJams and Katie of Life Between Worlds over on BookTube.

I love Middle Grade fiction and I think this is the perfect way to get to some of the books sitting on my shelves

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Recommendations: Romance

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Since tomorrow is Valentine’s Day, the day of love. I thought I’d share with you some of my favourite romance books. These are a mix of contemporary, magical, urban fantasy and historical.

All these books I have given 4 or 5 stars. I highly recommend them.

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The Stella Prize Longlist 2019

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The Longlist for The Sella Prize was announced last night! And there are some amazing books listed.

For those of you who don’t know, The Stella Prize is a major literary award celebrating Australian women’s writing, and who are also champions of cultural change. Both fiction and non fiction books are eligible for entry.  The prize is named after one of Australia’s most iconic writers, Stella Maria Sarah Miles Franklin. She published her work under the name Miles Franklin. The first Stella award was given in 2013.

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The ABC Book Challenge /A/

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I’ve decided to take part in this challenge. I’ve been seeing it pop up all over the place and it look like a lot of fun.

I’ll be uploaded a post every fortnight or so to share with you both my most memorable titles and the books that are still on my TBR which corresponds to each letter of the alphabet.

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January 2019 Wrap Up

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I am here with January Wrap Up. Oh my god! I think my reading slump bit be over. This month I read 16 books and a total of 5,585 pages.

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99 Nights in Logar

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Author: Jamil Jan Kochai

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

First Published: 8 January 2019

Rating: 3.5 stars

 

“The interpreter asked us if we truly meant to find the ghosts of your dead children. ‘Even ghosts need company,’ Jawed said.”  

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