‘Jane Doe’ Chronicles Book Review

‘Jane Doe’ Chronicles Book Review

If you saw my ‘Year Long Book Haul’ video, I mentioned wanting to read more books by Australian Authors, well at the start of January I decided to renew my library membership which had apparently ran out like two years ago, shows how much I used it, like never. Anyway, I renewed my library card and browsed through the book selection of my local library and I was quite surprised to come across two books which I had recently put on my ‘Book Wish list’ that were by an Australian Author. I’m sure you can guess what came next, I scooped up the chance to read them and borrowed both the current volumes from the ‘Jane Doe Chronicles’ (Jane Doe and The Cradle of All Worlds’ and ‘Jane Doe and The Key of All Souls) by Jeremy Lachlan. And I’m so glad I did because I really enjoyed them and I will defiantly be keeping them on my Wish list to purchase sometime in the future because I can totally see myself reading them again.

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2020 Reading Challenge | Third & Fourth Quarter Update

2020 Reading Challenge | Third & Fourth Quarter Update

You may have noticed that I didn’t post a Third Quarter update when I was supposed to, that’s because I really struggled with reading in the middle portion of this year. Things were a bit slow so in the end I just decided to do a long post towards the end of the year instead, so I advise you to go grab a cup of tea or coffee which ever you prefer, you'll need it because this is a long one. I have split it into two parts so that it's hopefully easier to digest, the first will be my reviews for the third quarter and part two will be my forth quarter reviews and conclusion.

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2020 Reading Challenge | Second Quarter Update

2020 Reading Challenge | Second Quarter Update

I can’t believe how fast this year is going, in today’s post I will be sharing with you my ‘Second Quarter’ Reading Challenge Update, how crazy is that, 6 months of the year gone already I can’t believe it. The first month of this quarter I started off pretty good and I read through ‘The Hunger Games’ pretty quickly, I think it may have been a matter of a couple of weeks and then I moved on to Cassandra Clare’s ‘Infernal Devices’ trilogy. This one I could have finished in a month but I found myself feeling a bit tired and I didn’t feel like reading much. I was going through binge watching TV Show’s faze, still kind of there but anyway my reading for this quarter could have been better but what can I do really, other than try better for the next quarter.

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2020 Reading Challenge First Quarter Update

2020 Reading Challenge First Quarter Update

As you might know I started of this year setting myself a reading challenge, the challenge was to shop my bookshelf (sort of) and read as many books on my shelf as possible (in one year).I have already set a list for myself of the books that I would like to read, a lot of them being ones that I have been wanting to read but haven’t got quite gotten there, yet; as well as a couple that may need to be purchased but the main idea is to read what I already have before purchasing more.
In this update post I will be sharing with you the books that I have read in the first quarter of the year and what my thoughts are one them.

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Angie Kent’s ‘If You Don’t Laugh You’ll Cry’ Book Review

Angie Kent’s ‘If You Don’t Laugh You’ll Cry’ Book Review

If you aren't familiar with who 'Angie Kent' is because your not from Australia, she started appearing on our TV screens a few years ago with one of her besties 'Yvie Jones' on a show called 'Goggle Box' where they show different groups of people (friends, families,etc) watching TV shows and basically giving commentary on what they are watching. Since then she has gone on to appear in shows like 'I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here' and 'The Bachelorette'.
She has quite a light hearted and funny personality, as well as being a huge animal lover and I think that's why she is well loved. Why am I telling you all this well because I recently read her book and I thought I would share some of my thoughts.

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