December Book Haul // What is shelf control?

I know last week I said I was going to post December & January’s haul together. Well, I lied. The more that I thought about it, the less that I wanted to do that. So I decided to post another haul post this month to get caught up because my blog, my rules. (The fact that my January haul might be a little out of control definitely has nothing to do with this. Nope. Not one bit.)
As always, I want to reiterate that you do not need to buy and own a lot of books in order to be considered a book blogger or lover. I am quite frugal with everything else so that I can buy books because I love them, but I do not ever want to make you feel bad if you cannot afford to buy books or have poor access where you live.

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Book Haul: November 2019

You know how time just gets away from you? I swear the months keep flying by and my haul posts keep going by the wayside. Unacceptable. This post was also supposed to go up yesterday, but surprise, I hadn’t written it yet. Oops. I was going to skip the post but really didn’t want to continue this habit of quarterly haul posts of doom, so here we are. December & January will be posted together next month.

As always, I want to reiterate that you do not need to buy and own a lot of books in order to be considered a book blogger or lover. I am quite frugal with everything else so that I can buy books because I love them, but I do not ever want to make you feel bad if you cannot afford to buy books or have poor access where you live.

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Here are 14 Anticipated Reads for January 2020

This post is late and it is the fault of all the amazing releases coming out in January! Literally the two times I have gotten prepared to write this post, another January title called to me and I decided it would be more fun to read it. Oops?

We are starting 2020 off with a bang and we’re sure to not climb out from our TBR Mountains anytime soon. I narrowed my initial list of 24 shiny releases for January down to 14; January 7th and 21st will prove to be TBR ruining. Hold on to your wallets, friends!

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