March Romanceopoly Wrap Up

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I cannot believe that March  is over and with it is the end of my second month month of Romanceopoly! I completed all the books on my TBR. I’m on track to be able to fulfil all the Moon challenges.

Like the name suggests, it’s romanced themed Monopoly game which is designed to get you to explore a range of different sub genres. Each neighbourhood has been replaced by a genre and each street has a unique challenge within that genre. Although, some neighbourhoods are a little more diverse and offer a melting pot of different genres to delve into.

The challenge is hosted by the ladies over at PeaceLoveBooksxo and Under the Covers Book Blog. For all the information about the challenge and recommendations can be found at the Romanceopoly website.

On to the books and prompts I completed!

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Middle Grade March Wrap Up

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March is over, wow this year is going along so fast. I enjoyed getting into middle books this month, they have been the perfect way to switch off from the events of the world.

The readathon was hosted by Krista of BookAndJams and Katie of Life Between Worlds over on BookTube. So thank you to those wonderful ladies for creating this event! The goal of the readthon was to read at least 1 middle grade book!

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Recent Reads ||Feb 01 to Feb 24||

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I’m here with the third instalment of my recent reads series. There was no 5 star reads in this one but I still read some fantastic books.

I will do my best not to include spoilers for the sequels but just be weary if you want to avoid finding out too much about the storyline.

Onto the ratings!

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2019

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Since it’s the end of the year, which still doesn’t feel real, I thought I’d look back on my reading year with a survey.

I’ve adapted this from questions for Cait at paper fury. It looked like fun and the pie chats looked so cute. You will be glad to know that I found a way to simplify the pie chart making process, and now have a spreadsheet which I fill in throughout the year and it automatically makes the charts yay!!

Also this is for the all books I’ve read in 2019 so not all where released this year.

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Medieval-A-Thon Wrap Up

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July is over and so two is the Medieval-A-Thon. I had a ton of fun with this reading challenge even if it didn’t become the Queen I know I am 😂😂😂

Medieval-A-Thon is a month long reading challenge hosted by Booktuber Holly from Holly Heats Books. It starts on the 1st of July and wraps up on 31st of July.

The goal is to read book to increase your nobility and, by completing the prompts, assembling your armour and weapons.

On to the books!

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April 2019 Wrap Up

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I am here with April  wrap up! And it’s super late I know! Sorry! In April month I read 9 books and a total of 3,415 pages.

The genres I read in April were Fantasy and Romance. I read 5 first books in the series, 1 standalones and 3 sequels.

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March 2019 Wrap Up

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I am here with March wrap up! It took forever to get this one up because procrastination! This month I read 10 books and a total of 3,416 pages.

The genres I read this month were fantasy, romance and historical fiction. I read 3 first books in the series and 7 sequels.

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February 2019 Wrap Up

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I am here with February wrap up! This month I read 9 books and a total of 3,173 pages.

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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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2018

Hi all!

Since it’s the end of the year, which still doesn’t feel real, I thought I’d look back on my reading year with a survey.

I’ve adapted this from questions for Cait at paper fury. It looked like fun and the pie chats looked so cute. You will be glad to know that I found a way to simplify the pie chart making process, and now have a spreadsheet which I fill in throughout the year and it automatically makes the charts yay!!

Also this is for the all books I’ve read in 2018 so not all where released this year.

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