WRAP UP #9 | November 2018

Hi, everyone! I finally got to my November wrap-up! I didn’t finish everything I wanted to, but it was still a decent month for me!

1. Not Your Sidekick by C.B. Lee

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Review

I…didn’t realize how sweet this was going to be: it would induce so many cavities, to be honest. But I loved it so muchNot Your Sidekick was an amazing, fluffy read, and I absolutely cannot wait to get my hands on its sequel, Not Your Villain!

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MONTHLY TBR #8 | November 2018

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Yay, another TBR for the month! But, I mean, it isn’t necessarily all new…some of it is stuff from October’s TBR, lol.


1. Dracula by Bram Stoker

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One of the ones from my October TBR. I technically started last month, but I’m still working on it. I’m reading it as I listen to the audiobook, and it’s going pretty well so far!

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LIST #6 | Top 5 Pieces of Media That Remind Me of Fall

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Hi, everyone! For today, I decided to do something to get ready for fall/autumn, which includes a list of media that remind me of the season. Now, this doesn’t just include books. There are a lot of different movies, TV shows, video games, etc. that remind me of of fall, but these are the ones that I either remember most or they always get me in the season.


1. Halloweentown Movies

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I haven’t watched the Halloweentown movies in a while, but I loved watching them every year when I was younger, especially when the new ones were coming. They’re just good, wholesome movies that embody the spirit of Halloween. 10/10, one of my fav Halloween movies.

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MONTHLY TBR #6 | September 2018

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So, if you’ve read my August 2018 wrap-up, you would know that I finished zero books last month. It was partly due to a reading slump and partly because it was just a really busy month for me, and I couldn’t give nearly as much time as I wanted to reading. I’m hoping once I get back into school (omg, it’s my last year of undergrad, wtf), I can make up a schedule for both reading and keeping up on my blog. Because of that, I’m going to try and keep it light this month.

1. “Catching Fire” by Suzanne Collins (audiobook)

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I’m pretty sure this has been on my “currently reading” shelf since July…well, let’s see if I can finish it this month. I only have about nine hours left on the audiobook? So I should be able to.

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