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Pop Sugar Challenge Wrap Up 2019

In 2019 I also participated in the Pop Sugar Challenge. I missed out on completing this by one, mainly because time just ran out and I never got to it. Below is my list of categories that I completed. I am thinking of trying a different one this year, as I feel the categories are… Continue reading Pop Sugar Challenge Wrap Up 2019

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Book Bingo 2019 Round Up and Intro to 2020

As 2019 comes to an end, I am starting to wrap up my reading challenges and getting my wrap-up posts done. First cab off the rank is for #BookBingo with Amanda and Theresa, wrapping up just before Christmas, with the rest to follow shortly or early in the new year. This year, I completed the… Continue reading Book Bingo 2019 Round Up and Intro to 2020

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Book Bingo Twenty-Five – A Novel over 500 pages, and BINGO – Card completed.’

December already, and I have completed my bingo card for the year - BINGO! Over the past twelve months, with Theresa and Amanda, and several others, I have taken part in several challenges, including Book Bingo. This post will focus on my final square - a novel (or book) of over 500 pages, and in… Continue reading Book Bingo Twenty-Five – A Novel over 500 pages, and BINGO – Card completed.’

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The Book of Dust Volume 2: The Secret Commonwealth by Philip Pullman

Title: The Book of Dust Volume 2: The Secret Commonwealth Author: Philip Pullman Genre: Fantasy/Mystery/Steampunk Publisher: Penguin Random House/David Fickling Books Published: 3rd October 2019 Format: Paperback Pages:784 Price: $32.99 Synopsis: Master storyteller Philip Pullman continues the incredible journey of Lyra Silvertongue in the second volume of The Book of Dust. It is twenty years since… Continue reading The Book of Dust Volume 2: The Secret Commonwealth by Philip Pullman

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September 2019 Round Up

  This month, I reached my overall reading goal of 150 books with Whisper by Lynette Noni. Overall, I have reached 71 books in my Australian Women Writer's challenge, and am nearing the end of my PopSugar Challenge, with only a few categories left. I also filled out my Book Bingo card for the year,… Continue reading September 2019 Round Up