Monthly Wrap Up

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I don’t have any news for this month. I had a really small book haul because I didn’t buy any books, and due to personal reasons I wasn’t able to complete this month’s Project Silver Brumby, which was supposed to be Moon Filly. I’ll work on it later. I did read a bunch of fabulous books, though!

I don’t know how much I’ll be around in June. Got some personal crap to deal with.


Monthly Wrap Up

Book Reviews:

Other Blog Posts You May Have Missed:

Blog Posts We Found Interesting

Read at Midnight tells us 7 things bloggers should never apologise for.

Bibliodaze explains the importance of one’s own blogging space.

Josie’s Book Corner wrote about The Girl Next Door Obsessed With Her Neighbour (satire).

Feed Your Fiction Addiction explores whether stats reports help.

Read at Midnight posted some beautiful phone backgrounds of The Star-Touched Queen.

Arctic Books wants to know if you judge a book by is publisher.

Book Lovers Blog talks about feminism in YA fiction.

Nellie & Co talk about how your blog can benefit your CV.

Metaphors and Moonlight talks about the double standards of sexual promiscuity in books.

Loony Literate posts 10 magical items book bloggers need.

The YA Kitten shares what happened to her when she criticised the Hugo awards.

Great Imaginations helps us define what a love triangle actually is.

Lauren @ Shooting Stars Mag guests posts on Bookish Serendipity and tells us why film adaptations don’t bother her.

Pretty Deadly Reviews tells us which characters she will fight for.

Fangirl World tells us what it’s like to be a young blogger.

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Underrated Books: Book Recommendations

Intimidating TBR Tag


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The YA Chronicles:

The Unexpected Everything by Morgan Matson

For Review:

A Promise of Fire by Amanda Bouchet

Dark Horses by Cecily von Ziegesar

may 2016 haul


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Open Minds by Susan Kaye Quinn



About Nemo

A lover of kittens and all things sparkly, Nemo has a degree in English Literature and specialises in reviewing contemporary, paranormal, mystery/thriller, historical, sci-fi and fantasy Young Adult fiction. She is especially drawn to novels about princesses, strong female friendships, magical powers, and assassins.

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5 thoughts on “Monthly Wrap Up

  1. Faith

    Thank you so much for tagging my post!!!
    I’ve never been to your blog before and I’M SO GLAD I JUST DID.
    I hope you had a great May. May is always those months that get forgotten because it’s after those first few months of the years but before everything gets fully rolling. It’s kind of weird.
    Off the look around on your blog!

    1. Nemo

      Whether it’s from me at the Moonlight Library or Taneika in Flipping Through the Pages, welcome to our new look! (which we’ve had since January, so sorry for the confusion!)

  2. Eilonwy

    Considering the year you’ve been having, no news is good news! 🙂

    I hope the personal crap in June goes smoothly and isn’t too crappy.

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