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My Top Reads of 2018 (3/3)

This is a transfer from Patreon, but hopefully y’all enjoy it!

Here’s the final part of my top reads of 2018! I’ve loved so many books this year. I can only hope that 2019 is full of even more wonderful books! 

Read Part 1 of My Top Reads of 2018 

Read Part 2 of My Top Reads of 2018 

  • salt. by Nayyirah Waheed – an indie poetry collection about feminism, self-love, and challenging the world’s bigotry. 

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My Top Reads of 2018 (2/3)

Here’s the second part of my top reads of 2018! In no particular order…

  • Zig Zag Girl by Brenna Twohy –  one of my favourite poetry collections ever, it discusses grief in so many ways and the journey to overcome grief.

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My Top Reads of 2018 (1/3)

This is a transfer from my Patreon, you can find out what I enjoyed in 2018!

In no particular order…here we go! Some of these books I’ve not reviewed yet, but please do check them out!

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Black History Month + Free Book February TBR

Hey! It’s now February so I thought I’d share what I’m planning on reading! 

For February, I’m going to honour Black History Month by reading books by black authors and also support a new readathon called Free Book February where you read books that you didn’t buy for yourself personally or got for free!

Let’s get into it!

I’ve not got a particular system in place for Black History Month, but here are the books that I plan on reading:

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Mental Health Book Bingo Wrap-Up

Hello! In January, I decided to tackle my reading challenge and massive TBR in a different way, through Mental Health Book Bingo Readathon! Here’s how it works:

Source: @BingoMh

You select books based on a square on the sheet, and once you finish it, you cross it out! Basically, it’s bingo but with books.

The objective of Mental Health Book Bingo is to encourage readers to read a range of books about mental illness and mental health. Mental illnesses, such as depression and anxiety, are often saturated in literature whereas schizophrenia and personality disorders are rarely discussed.

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