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Monthly Wrap Up #7

Another month is gone, and there’s only 100 plus days left until Christmas, which somehow feels more surreal than the fact that it seems like March was just last week.

That we’re now in September is madness, but I’m pleased with how many books I’ve managed to read so far (over 40), and have loads of new favourites.

I’ve also stopped feeling so burnt out, which is a relief. Without my books, lockdown would have dragged by even slower, so it’s nice to be enjoying reading again.

August Reads
Bring Up the Bodies
Murder Most Unladylike (Murder Most Unladylike Mysteries, #1)
Fair Warning (Jack McEvoy #3)
The Flatshare
What I’m Currently Reading:

I started Antigone before I started The Flatshare, so it was abandoned quite quickly as I started falling for Leon and Tiffy’s adorable awkwardness, but I’m going to alternate between Antigone and Arsenic For Tea, which is the second book in the Murder Most Unladylike series.

Also abandoned is Milkman, which I mentioned in last month’s wrap up I’ve been kind of struggling with. It hasn’t been dnf’d yet, but while I’m tempted to do so, I’m reluctant to give up. I haven’t dnf’d anything this year, even Eight Detectives, which I didn’t enjoy, so we’ll see how it goes.

Arsenic for Tea (Murder Most Unladylike Mysteries, #2)
What I’m Watching:

I found loads of DVDs for sale through World Of Books, and bought Hustle and Life On Mars, so both will be getting rewatched at some point during the next month.

Still to finish is Shakespeare and Hathaway: Private Investigators, which is easy to watch as each episode is self-contained and the stories are simple to follow.


I read a lot of books and get emotionally invested in the lives of fictional characters.

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