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January 2019 Wrap Up! Over 30 Books!

I've noticed that for the past few years January is my most read month. I think it's because I want to get a jump on my Goodreads goal so I won't have to worry about it all year. I can just read and enjoy books. This month, I read a lot of manga, otherwise I'd never have made to 32 books. 



Yona of the Dawn Volumes 1-9



Nana Volumes 11-16



At His Majesty's Request 



The Darkest Night



Butterflies, Flowers 



Now, let's move away from manga, shall we?


Blaze of Memory (Psy-Changeling #7)



Pestilence
(The Four Horsemen #1)



To All the Boys I've Loved Before


One Foot in the Grave
(The Mortician’s Daughter #1)



Lawbreaker
(Unbreakable #3)




Heart of Desire: 11.11.11 Redux



Now we shall move onto the metaphysical books!



The World's Most Haunted Hospitals




Garden Witch's Herbal: Green Magick, Herbalism & Spirituality




Grimoire for the Green Witch: A Complete Book of Shadows





Phantasmagoria

The Chakras Handbook: Tap into Your Body's Energy Centers for Well-Being, Manifestation, and Positive Energy




The Hearth Witch's Kitchen Herbal: Culinary Herbs for Magic, Beauty, and Health




The Numerology Handbook: Uncover your Destiny and Manifest Your Future with the Power of Numbers


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