April Book Haul

April has (insanely) come and gone and throughout the month I got some books that I ordered during March – when I wasn’t on a book buying ban – and that I received in April. Not that I need to add any more books to my TBR, but here we are. ‘The Field Guide to…

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Goal Update: April 2019

If you are new to the Ordinary Worlds family, welcome, but also here is a little overview of the goals I set for myself in 2019. Read 45 books Drink 2L of water each day Build and follow a night routine Buy less books Hit my savings Take everything as it comes Here is how…

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Wrap Up: April 2019

Another month of 2019 has come and gone. I’ve really enjoyed posting a wrap up of each month to reflect on the books I’ve read and everything that has been involved in the month whether it be readathons or things in everyday life. So this month I didn’t end up reading as much as I…

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Everyday May

Every now and then I like to set myself a challenge. Because working full time and blogging about books isn’t challenging enough is it? So this month I thought, you know what definitely won’t be more stressful than posting a new blog post every 2 days, posting everyday. Enter Everyday May where, you guessed it,…

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Review: ‘Keeper of Lost Cities’ By Shannon Messenger

‘Keeper of Lost Cities’ By Shannon Messenger Book #1 in the Keeper of Lost Cities Series Publisher: Aladdin Date: 2012Pages: 488Fiction/Non-Fiction: FictionGenre:  FantasyDays to Read: 7Purchase Locations: Amazon & Kindle Audible Book Depository Booktopia Dymocks QBD Twelve-year-old Sophie Foster has a secret. She’s a Telepath—someone who hears the thoughts of everyone around her. It’s a talent she’s never known…

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Weekly Update: 9.4.19

Over the last couple of weeks I have completed 5 books! I finished ‘Keeper of Lost Cities’ By Shannon Messenger, which I was 200 pages into. I then read ‘The Doughnut Kingdom’ By Gigi D.G. which is the first volume in the Cucumber Quest series of graphic novels. I also finished my audiobook, ‘Girl, Wash…

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