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September ’21 | To Read

So, August wasn’t a very productive month for me, falling off the wagon slightly when it came to my reading. However, I’ve decided to stick with a few reads in September that I’m genuinely excited to read. Hopefully, everything will go okay.

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August ’21 | To Read

So, last month I somewhat strayed away from my To Read list, delving into the Cassandra Clare trilogy more than any other reads, but that’s completely okay! I’m going to try and stick to the list this month, however, so fingers crossed I manage it.

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March ’21 | To Read

So, last month I concentrated on graphic novels, wanting to try and boost my stats a little considering I was struggling with my mental health quite a lot. However, I found myself striving to read something more substantial but not being able to figure out what. So, this month, I’m going to try and delve back into my reading challenge full force.

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February ’21 | To Read

So, last month was a little slow, hoping to gradually draw myself back into the flow of reading. I’ve been trying my best to take breaks and enjoy the experience rather than focusing too much on the challenge as a whole. This month I’m going to try and get through a few popular series that have been on my mind for a while, fingers crossed it all works out!

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January ’21 | To Read

So, this year I’ve decided that I’m going to be cutting back on my reading challenge a little, choosing to focus on other areas in my life, but I’m still going to be devoting as much time as I have available to reading! It’s still my biggest passion, however, there’s other commitments that I have to make too. Overall, my goal is going to be to read 50 books this year, but I’m not going to add any pressure onto myself to achieve it if it’s unachievable.

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