Well last time I did Review Copy Cleanup I posted a large list of the books on my review pile. Some of those books are still there… I know, I know, but I strongly believe in reading what I feel like at the time and some of those books have just not been shouting loud enough at me. So I’m not going to list specific books but I do aim to read and review 10 books off my pile this month including some long forgotten NetGalley titles.
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A Beautifully Foolish Endeavor
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