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July ’17 Reading Update

In July I read 3 books, making my 2017 total 24. At this rate, I’m going to have to double my reading rate to beat my 2016 total. I’ve actually been reading and rereading a number of professional books for … Continue reading

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May ’17 Update

I read only 2 books in May, making my 2017 total 18 so far. You Will Know Me by Megan Abbott – I’m not sure where I heard/read about this book, but it was an interesting, sad, mystery. Devon is a teen … Continue reading

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March ’17 Reading Update

This month I read 5 books, bringing my 2017 total to 12. The Silent Wife by A.S.A. Harrison – I liked this mystery, though the ending came quickly and without enough detail for me. I really enjoy when an author … Continue reading

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February ’17 Reading Update

Books I read this month: 1984 by George Orwell – As you may have heard, with the recent political climate there has been an increase in sales of this book.  Since I never read this book, I thought now was … Continue reading

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January ’17 Reading Update

I keep track of what I read each month for my aging and fading memory and for the fun of sharing my reading pleasures with others! Last year I wrote about my reading experiences each month in an update. By … Continue reading

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What I Read in 2016

I really enjoyed looking back at everything I read in 2015, so I knew I wanted to capture my list again at the end of this year. I also wanted to beat my record of 44 books read last year, … Continue reading

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December Reading Update

The final month of the year. I love updating this list each month. Talking as Fast as I Can by Lauren Graham – Have I mentioned how much I love audio books written and read by celebrities? I do (as … Continue reading

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