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September 2019 Round Up

In September 2019 I read 13 books, taking me to 116 for the year. Flash round-up of the books Deborah Levy Swimming Home American writer holidays in France, strange fan follows him and has an affair with him? This was the first Ask … Continue reading

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July 2019 Round Up!

July was another good reading month! 13 books read, meaning I should be able to hit the 100 book mark in August. Notable Reads in July Christina Dalcher Vox (2018) I picked this one up during a KLIA2 Transit, and had finished it … Continue reading

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June 2019 Round-Up

This post is SO VERY LATE, which is strange because there were So Many good reads in June! I had to winnow them down for this post, but will put a full list at the end. 15 books read in … Continue reading

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May 2019 Round-Up

So late posting this! 13 books read, BND263 spent in May 2019. I read some really great books last month! Tayari Jones An American Marriage This was – heartbreaking, on so many levels. A young African-American couple, married for just one … Continue reading

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April 2019 Round Up

11 books in April 2019, taking me to a total of 46 for the year so far. Some really good – and long! – reads this month. Of particular note: Business Icons Khairi Metussin, Salehin Basir, Khairul Anwar Sabir, Khairul Arifin … Continue reading

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March 2019 Round-up

8 books in March, a significant dip from Jan and Feb! Never mind, I’m aiming to read 15 books in April, so that I’m comfortably at the 50 book mark by the end of the first quarter of the year. … Continue reading

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February 2019 Round-Up

In Feb, I read 15 books. To compare Feb 2016: 16 Feb 2017: 12 Feb 2018: 9 So a pretty variable month. I read a little more than I would have been able to otherwise this month because I went on … Continue reading

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