In Review: August 2015

In Review

So August has been interesting…We started house shopping, but we’ve since run into a snag in our plans. Namely finding a loan place that will allow three people on the loan instead of just two. I’ve also been in pain for pretty much the entire month as well, so that’s been….fun.

On the brightside there were plenty of good days to be had with shopping, eating, and lots of reading.

Books Read

  1. Two Old Potatoes by John Coy (Children’s Book)
  2. Witch Rising by Amber Argyle (Audio Novella)
  3. Tomb Raider Vol 3: Queen of the Serpents (Graphic Novel)
  4. Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mendel (Audio)
  5. Ink: A Mermaid Romance by Melanie Karsak (Audio Novella)
  6. The Dead Survive by Lori Whitman (Novella)
  7. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Micro-Series Vol. 1 (Graphic Novel)
  8. Armada by Ernest Cline
  9. The Walls Around Us by Nova Ren Suma (Audio)
  10. An Ember in the Ashes by Sabaa Tahir (Audio)
  11. Breath of Destiny by Ophelia Bell (Erotica Novella)
  12. Paradisi Escape by Tristan James
  13. Tall White and Hung by Ann L. Probe (Erotica Novella)
  14. Of Ice and Snow by Amber Argyle
  15. Witness by Christine Kersey
  16. Let’s Get Invisible by R.L. Stine
  17. Dark Moth Society: Alice by Rashelle Workman (Novella)
  18. Awoken by Sarah Noffke (Audio)

Book Reviews Posted

Product Reviews

Discussions

Challenges

Goodreads Challenge – 100 Books

Complete

TBR Pile Cleanup – 20 Books

1 Book Added – 19 Total

LGBT Challenge  – 3 to 10 Books

None Added

Star Wars Challenge – 5 Books

Complete

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One Response to In Review: August 2015

  1. I know they do give three borrower loans here in NYS sometimes. two of my friends got one with his mother on it as well. They are married though, so I don’t know if that had anything to do with it or not. I have to come back and check out some of your recent reviews. I hope you feel better this month.

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