Tag Archives: books

What I Read in May 2018

This month I read 6 books. My Caribbean vacation helped to add many of these titles this month and into next month!  As always, I’d love to hear in the comments what you are reading and what you recommend. In … Continue reading

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What I Read in March 2018

I only read one book in February, so I didn’t blog about it. I’ve added it to my March update. February: Paris Match (Stone Barrington #31) Lee Child – I love this series. Whenever I need an easy read, I … Continue reading

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What I Read in January 2018

I keep track of my reading for my own (slowly fading) memory! In years past I have written a description of each book I read during a month, I have written about my personal reading experience with each book, and … Continue reading

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What I Read in 2017

I love to read! Some days, weeks, months, or years I find more time to read than others. When I was a teacher, I used to hang a blank chart on my classroom door every August. Every time I finished … Continue reading

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November ’17 Reading Update

This month I read 5 books, bringing my annual total up to 41. My goal was to beat my 2016 record, but that is far away, so my new goal is to just enjoy whatever I read between now and … Continue reading

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August ’17 Reading Update

This month I read 2 books, making my 2017 total 26. Severe Clear (Stone Barrington Series #24) by Stuart Woods – Once I get on a roll with a favorite author, I can’t stop myself from plowing through a series. … Continue reading

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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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