August 2019 Wrap Up

August has been a whirlwind, friends! But a good one, mostly.

I’ve had the adventurous pleasure of having quite a few workmen in and around my house the last few weeks as we dealt with a leaking water line that required a full replacement and now a broken air conditioner that has me wearing much more clothes than I was promised the freelance life would require.

I went on vacation, which you can read more about in this week’s Fave Links Friday post, and I have a new short story coming out in just 5 days! It’s WILD. You can buy PACK TIES basically anywhere ebooks are sold!

Pack Ties Cover

Books I Read:

Too Far South – Lina Langley | How to Hack a Heartbreak – Kristin Rockaway | Mrs. Martin’s Incomparable Adventure – Courtney Milan | Playing House – Ruby Lang | The Importance of Being Wilde – R. Zamora Linmarke | Vicious – V.E. Schwab | Take Me Home – Hudson Lin | Color Me In – Natasha Díaz | A Lifetime For Love – Lydia San Andres | The Lady Rogue – Jenn Bennett | The Harp of Kings – Juliet Marillier | The Path to Dusk – Miri Castor | The Priory of the Orange Tree – Samantha Shannon

Posts I Wrote:

Fave Links Friday | Review: Playing House by Ruby Lang {LFAI} | Fave Links Friday | Monday Mini-Reviews | Cover Reveal: Into the Deep by Amara Lynn {LFAI} | YA Books to Buy in September {LFAI}  | Fave Links Friday | Review: The Importance of Being Wilde by R. Zamora Linmark {LFAI} | Review: Color Me In by Natasha Díaz {LFAI} | Cover Reveal: Pack Ties by Ceillie Simkiss {LFAI} | MG Books to Buy in September {LFAI} | Review: The Cloudship Trader by Kate Diamond {LFAI} | Romance Books to buy in September {LFAI} | Fave Links Friday

One thought on “August 2019 Wrap Up

  1. Oh my God you POOR THING, I am unimaginably sympathetic to air conditioning woes. My own stopped working in 2017 shortly after I had had a very major expense, and it was so stressful I nearly went into a decline like a Victorian lady. I hope you’re able to get it sorted out quickly!

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