O.W.L.s readathon has come to an end!
Wow that was some ride. This was my first time taking part in the O.W.L.s readathon, and it was amazing! I read so many books this month, but only some qualified for this readathon prompts.
My career of choice was Mind Medic since that’s the equivalent of Psychiatry in the real world, and that’s what I’m majoring in. I had a structured TBR but I felt really panicked following it so I quit that, and just ended up reading whatever I felt like.
For the career of Mind Medic there are 8 required exams. Without further delay, here’s my wrap up!
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Can you believe January is over?!
January has been an amazing reading month for me. It started off a little rough but it came with so many surprises. I read 15 books this month. I enjoyed each and every one of these books in some way.
📖 ARCs // 📚 Paperback // 📄 Ebook
💌 Sincerely by F.S. Yousaf ★★★ 📄
I was sent a copy of this book by the author in exchange for an honest review. This collection of poetry was lovely and very simple.
💌 Pilu of the Woods by Mai K. Nguyen ★★★★ 📖📄
The most adorable graphic novel that ever existed. I’ve never cried over a graphic novel but I suppose there’s always a first time for everything. A story about love and grief with the most gorgeous illustrations.
Release Date: April 16, 2019
💌 Five Feet Apart by Rachael Lippincott ★★★ 📖📄
Five Feet Apart was a really sweet story with a great educational background on what it’s like to have CF. I’m mostly excited for the movie though since I didn’t connect with the characters much.
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It’s time to share with all of you my best reads of 2018!
This year I read so many amazing books and I just couldn’t narrow it down to my top 10. Some of these have become absolute favorites and others have made me excited to look for more of the authors book releases.
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From reading 20 books in January to 9 in February. It’s not bad considering that I was busy, but I wanted to read a bit more than that.
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Started the month of January with a bang! I dont think that I have ever read more books in a month in my life. I used to read one or two books a month and even that was hard, could you believe it? (The not so good old days)
My reading schedule has improved since then. But since the reading slump that took a hold of me last year, I decided to compensate by reading more books than I ever have before!
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