Hello All! I cannot believe that another month has gone by, it has been quite the month. I have recently started college again, and been busy doing school stuff. It’s also been quite another rough month for me, so I also haven’t been focusing too much on reading because I didn’t want to force myself to read. But on a lighter note, I plan to read more next month, well that’s my goal.

Also, I haven’t bought or received any books this month, so, unfortunately, you will not see a book haul posted.

I included the rating I gave these books, and I don’t plan on giving all these books a book review but if there’s a book you want me to review or hear more about, comment below!

Number of Books Read: 1.5

Types of Books: 

1 New Adult

1 Young adult Fantasy

Pages Read: Approx. 419

The books I read were:

747541dd09b13d2f37abcdd66f32d0d5273c6dd0Hard Sell by Lauren Layne

Rating: 3 stars

I received this novel from NetGalley in return for an honest review. I didn’t really like this book all too much, and if you’re wondering why I still rated it a 3 is because it just wasn’t for me, but it wasn’t a terrible story. If you would like to know more, please check out my review underneath the Book Review tab!!

Summary: Matt Cannon is the youngest broker on Wall Street. He has a fling with a woman one night and it makes headlines, which affects his business’s performance, so he must clean up his act in order to save his investments. He has had a fling with Sabrina a few times before, but the two haven’t gotten along well but when Matt approaches her to ask if she’ll be his fake girlfriend for a month, it could potentially lead into other problems.

515KdeYm7XL._SX331_BO1,204,203,200_To Kill a Kingdom by Alexandra Christo

I haven’t finished this novel quite yet, I have read about halfway through, and have yet to pick it up yet. I have also been annotating this novel, which is my second attempt at doing so. I will update you next month, whether this novel gets finished or not, and what my thoughts on it are.

Summary: Princess Lira is a lethal siren; with princes lined up to wed her. On an unfateful night, she kills one of her own. The Sea Queen decides to punish Lira by turning her into a human, stripping her on her song. She has until the winter solstice to give the Sea Queen Prince Elian’s heart, or she’ll remain a human forever. Over on Prince Elian’s side, he hunts sirens, but one day he saves a woman from drowning. She claims that she can help him find a key to get rid of sirens, but all it will take is trust.

I also am taking two English classes that are focusing on short stories, and overall writings, so I have come up with a list of short stories that I’ve read during this month. If you have read any of them, let me know down in the comments, or contact me; And that goes as well if you would like to know my thoughts on any of these stories.

Hills Like White Elephants by Ernest Hemingway

One Art by Elizabeth Bishop

Aunt Jennifer’s Tigers by Adrienne Rich

Exchange Value by Charles Johnson

Khlalah SEL by Abd al-Hameed Ahmed

One More Thing by Raymond Carver

Little Things by Raymond Carver

Why Don’t You Dance? by Raymond Carver

Dhowli by Devi Mahasweta

Thanks for the Ride by Alice Munro

The Lady with the Pet Dog by Chekhov

Love is Not All by St. Vincent Millay

Sunday by Mario Vargas Llosa

A Jury of Her Peers by Susan Glaspell

The Country Husband by John Cheever

The Road Not Taken by Robert Frost

The Woodpile by Robert Frost

A Story for Children by Svava Jakobsdottir

Tiny, Smiling Daddy by Mary Gaitskill

In the Shadow of War by Ben Okri

The Beautician’s Bride by Sa’id al-Kawfrawi

Mr. Tang’s Girls by Shirley Geok-Lin Lim

Those Winter Sundays by Robert Hayden

My Papa’s Waltz by Theodore Roethke

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