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random shelf_Nnedi Okorafor--Binti - Home

Shelved: September 2018

OkayOkay! So, sometime ago I picked up Spencer Spear’s Adam’s Song, 8 Million Hearts Book 1, and didn’t get very far before I dropped it. I just wasn’t feeling it. Of course I didn’t remember that when book 4 came out. I didn’t even read the synopsis, but I just had a feeling about it, […]

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random shelf_N.R. Walker--Private Charter

Shelved: August 2018

I created an empty draft for this post and it sat empty until now which is after I already started writing September’s post. I’m trying. Anyway. August is another month that’s kind of blurry in the rear view. But here’s what I can tell you: Things that were good: Samantha Wayland. I really like her […]

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random shelf_Lily Morton--Risk Taker

Shelved: July 2018

Once again, the delay in posting has caused me to lose perspective. I think July was a decent month, but I don’t know for sure. There were a decent amount of 5-star titles, at least. The trouble with delaying the post is that I question my state of mind regarding a 5-star title that I […]

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random shelf_N.R. Walker--Galaxies and Oceans

Shelved: June 2018

I was sick at the end of June and while that didn’t stop me from reading, it did put a damper on my retention and any inclination I had to celebrate my reads with a monthly post. Now, it’s the middle of July and the reading’s going strong as ever, but the June ship has […]

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random shelf_Cate Ashwood--Alaska

Shelved: May 2018

The beginning of May seems like forever ago. I thought that I was going to be too busy to read as much as I usually do, but, even if I subtract the dropped titles, May still has most months beat by about 25%. I initially had a pic of The Property of Hate V02 above, […]

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Hayden Scott--Refraction

Shelved: April 2018

Another month of mostly M/M, but I’m doing good with making time for other genres. I did not manage to get back on track with my manga read-withs, so manga was not one of them. And this month sees me busy with other things, so I don’t know. I have a serious backlog of comics […]

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Drawing the Hard Line: Santino Hassell

In Shelved: March 2018, I briefly mentioned that one of my faves was at the center of some drama I was reluctant to go anywhere near, let alone write about it. But… I finally looked further into the Santino Hassell drama and, well, [insert profanity]. I don’t know if I’m not– surprised is the wrong […]

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Shelved: March 2018

Back to M/M this month. But not only M/M. I’ve restarted a read-with for Oda Eiichiro’s One Piece with my friend, Sam. When we first decided to do it was probably two or three years ago at this point. Maybe more. He’s Captain Procrastination and then I found myself too busy. Bad timing all the […]

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Shelved: February 2018

Although I committed to reading books by and about Black people and their concerns for February, that wasn’t what I set out to do. It just kind of stacked up that way. It began with the last two books I read: Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson’s pseudo-memoir, Mo’ Meta Blues and Kwanza Osajyefo and Jamal Igle’s graphic novel, Black. […]

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