{Late} Monthly Wrap Up: August 2019

Another month gone, and it’s my birthday as I’m posting this, and I turn 30. Here are the books that I’ve read for the month of August. August seems like my worst month of reading yet, even compared with February, though I did beat my record of DNF’ing books in a month, unfortunately. This was one of the crappiest months in regards to reading, with very few 5 star books that I found.

1.Dragonfly by Leila Meacham 3/5 stars
2.For Darkness Shows the Stars by Diana Peterfreund 3/5 stars
3.Today We Go Home by Kelli Estes 5/5 stars*
4.Daggerspell by Katherine Kurr 4/5 stars
5.Chambers of Culdi by Katherine Kurtz 2/5 stars
6.Kidnapped by the Cowboy by Pam Crooks 3/5 stars
7.As You Desire by Connie Brockway 3/5 stars
8.House of Salt and Sorrows by Erin A. Craig 3/5 stars
9.Ink and Bone by Rachel Caine 2/5 stars
10.Out of the Storm by Jody Hedlund 3/5 stars
11.And Then They Were Doomed by Elizabeth Kane Buzzelli 2/5 stars
12.Ruby’s Spoon by Anna Lawrence Pietroni 3/5 stars
13.Noelle at Sea by Nikki Shannon 4/5 stars
14.Plaid to the Bone by Mira Marlowe 3/5 stars
15.The Magicians by Lev Grossman 5/5 stars Re-Read/LGBT Pick

Wow, only a single LGBT pick for the month of August, along with one re-read. 15 books is one of my lowest read months, but I plan on changing that for my birthday month, September. September 1 is my birthday, and I turn 30, y’all. I’ve gotten nearly $100 in birthday money, which is way more than what I normally get, and a ton of ebooks and one physical book that a family member bought as I’m collecting the series slowly and B&N actually had book three in stock for a change. (Throne of Glass: Book Three if you’re wondering.) Well, that’s another wrap-up. Let’s up September beats August way out of the water in terms of how much I read.

Until next time,
-Pass Me That Book

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