May’s Wrap Up 2020

The Books I Read This Month:

My Sister by Selenis Leyva The Secret Keeper by Susan    Lewis A Hairy Tail by Jamie Campbell This Is What It Feels Like by Rebecca Barrow The Unintentional Time Traveler by Everett Maroon Firefly Hollow by T.L. Haddix The List of Things That Will Not Change by Rebecca Stead Die for You by Lisa Unger Playing for Love by H.Y. Hanna Dangerous by Alycia Linwood Verona Comics by Jennifer Dugan Girl Crushed by Katie Heaney Nothing Ever Happens Here by Sarah Hagger-Holt Chosen by the Vartik King by Liza Probz The Boyfriend Blog by K.L. Grayson #TheRealCinderella by Yesenia Vargas The Piano Girl, Part 1 by Sherri Schoenborn Murray The Loving Cowboy by Erica Ratliff Pointe of Passion by Annalie Walker Flowers in the Snow by Danielle Stewart Patriot Heart by Diane Kalas Long Time Coming by Edie Claire Beloved by Corinne Michaels Lost in Me by Lexi Ryan Ace's Redemption by A.C. Bextor First Verse by Emily Snow Coulson's Wife by Anna J. McIntyre Holy Frigging Matrimony by Emma Chase Gracie by Ellie Keaton Innocent in Las Vegas by A.R. Winters Her by Carey Heywood The Billionaire's Kisses by Julie Farrell Untamed by Victoria  Green The Black Chapel by Marilyn Cruise The Cowboys Heart by Helen Evans To Catch a Bad Guy by Marie Astor The Teacher's Billionaire by Christina Tetreault The Last Goodbye by Mona Ingram The Forgotten Ones by Laura  Howard Double Trouble by Claire Cross Run Wild by Shelly Thacker Beauty from Pain by Georgia Cates Tempting Love by Melanie Shawn Meet Me Under the Ombu Tree by Santa Montefiore The Right Attitude to Rain by Alexander McCall Smith

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The Milkman (Short Story)

Fat-Soluble Vitamin A Part One

A Cat Named Rabbit

Update

When it comes to life updates, it wasn’t easy a distant family member passed away due to Covid 19 and a few days before a person who I saw as my friend died pretty young. I don’t know how she passed away, and I don’t feel like asking around. Even if I wasn’t close to these people, I still feel the loss cause I’m human.

I did read 45 books, all the books I read were for readathin. Plus wrote a ton as a way to cope with everything around me. Hopeful I don’t annoy you by telling you what’s going on in my life. They found some cholesterol in my body but to be fair I didn’t know I was going to take that particular test and I didn’t fast for it. When I found out, I was devastated in my head if they find out anything wrong with my health, my chances of getting hormones decreases.

My family doctor gave a pill to take for a month, and after I will retake my bloods. Don’t worry, I did learn my lesson, and I will be fasting for it. My plans for next month are to still post every day, but I will be publishing poetry and maybe short stories next month. Writing without so much search is less stressful. The aim being for me to step back and take care of myself better. I would be grateful if you guys still support me by liking and commenting.

Stay Safe,

Alex

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