Tag Archives: read16in16

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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November Reading Update

This month I read a random mix of books! Heartburn by Nora Ephron – Although When Harry Met Sally has been one of my favorite movies for decades, I have never read anything written by the screen writer of the … Continue reading

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October Reading Update

The best part of keeping a monthly/yearly reading log is that I can look back to see what books I’ve already read and when. I did this as an English teacher, as a model for my students, years ago. There … Continue reading

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September Reading Update

There was no August update because I didn’t finish a single book in August. šŸ˜¦ Here are the books I read in September. The New Jim Crow by Michelle Alexander- After the national discussions about continuedĀ police events and the efforts … Continue reading

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June Reading Update

Here are my reading experiences from this past month. This brings my 2016 total to 44. I read 44 in 2015, so I think I will be crushing that goal this year, for #read16in16. Never Go BackĀ (#18) by Lee Child- … Continue reading

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May Reading Update

This month felt like a slow reading month. Below are my reading experiences from May. Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates- I chose to listen to this as an audiobook because I was in the middle of reading … Continue reading

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