AWW Update Jul-Sep

Third update of the year and I have exceeded my goal! While this is exciting I feel I have been a tad slack these last few months. I am hoping to gain some more ground for the final leg, especially since this will overlap with other challenges I am doing which should hopefully boost my numbers.

I’ve added reviews to previous posts when they went live and I will so the same again here when they go up in a few weeks. I read some great books this time. A few anthologies, a few junior fictions and some fascinating genres. It is always interesting to see what is swept up under the AWW banner each time and I actually almost forgot to add the anthologies but of course they have to be included because there are some wonderful authors in there which can’t be forgotten about.

I’m looking forward to seeing where I end up in December. As I say, I already know of a few I can add to my next update. I may increase my goal to reading 40 and reviewing 35, only because I am feeling bold and on top of things. Let’s see how long that lasts.

 

AWW19 BOOKS Jul-Sep

And All the Stars by Andrea K Host – Review

The Book That Made Me ed. by Judith Ridge – Review

Blossom Possum by Gina Newton – Review

The Tales of Mr Walker by Jess Black – Review

The Accusation by Wendy James

The Pirate Treasure by Zander Bingham – Review

The Haunted Lighthouse by Zander Bingham – Review

The Lost Temple by Zander Bingham – Review

Kindred: 12 Queer #LoveOzYA Stories ed. by Michael Earp – Review

The Fifth Letter by Nicola Moriarty

Upside Down by N. R Walker – Review

 

AWW19 TOTAL

Read: 33/30

Reviewed: 28/20

 

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