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December 2018 Wrap Up


Hello butterflies and welcome to the very last wrap up of 2018. I don't know about you, but I am so done with 2018. I'm going to make 2019 the best year ever. This will be my year. I'm excited for what is to come and I hope you feel the same! Now, let me just jump into this, shall I?



Nana Volumes 1-10 
I am loving this series! It's dark and gritty but still manages to make me smile and laugh. If you're 18 or older (it's rated mature) and like manga, I fully recommend this series! 


These are indie self published novels that are VERY dark and I don't recommend them to everyone unless you like dark stories with a.... different takes on things. 


I've used this the past two years for the moon signs throughout the year and I enjoy how easy and convenient it is to have.


This is such a fun story so far and reminds me why I love C. S. Pacat. 




I am loving this series so much! It's the perfect blend of paranormal romance. 



This is an amazing series and if you're not reading it, you're missing out! That is all I will say.



I love this and it comes in handy. 



This was a nice little historical romance novel but nothing to write home about. 


That wraps up this last reading month of 2018. I hope you all have a great New Year. 




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