Friday Reads #15

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Welcome to Friday Reads. Each Friday, I’ll review any books I’ve completed that week, as well as share what I’m reading right now. And by “Each Friday,” I mean “some Fridays.” Finished: She’s Not There – PJ Parrish – 2.5* (Aug 2) Entertaining but not life-changing. The mystery was interesting but nothing felt very original. Buchanon…

July Reading Wrap-Up

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July goal: I’m about 50% through June’s short story collection and I have a couple of long solo flights coming up so I’m shooting for 5 books in July. Wow, did I ever go about that the wrong way! I read exactly 5 pages on my flights. What I read: (Link to my Goodreads 2019 Reading Challenge)…

Friday Reads #14

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Welcome to Friday Reads. Each Friday, I’ll review any books I’ve completed that week, as well as share what I’m reading right now. And by “Each Friday,” I mean “some Fridays.” Finished: The Doll – Daphne du Maurier – 4* (July 20) I feel like a broken record when it comes to short stories, but this…

June Reading Wrap-Up

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June goal: For June, I’ll set another goal of 4 books. What I read: (Link to my Goodreads 2019 Reading Challenge) About Grace Anthony Doerr 3.5* (June 9)Review Little Fires Everywhere Celeste Ng4.5* (June 19)Review Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine Gail Honeyman 5* (June 28)Review Excuse(s) for Not Reading More: Sometimes you have to prioritize reading bedtime…

Friday Reads #13

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Welcome to Friday Reads. Each Friday, I’ll review any books I’ve completed that week, as well as share what I’m reading right now. And by “Each Friday,” I mean “some Fridays.” Finished: Little Fires Everywhere – Celeste Ng – 4.5* (June 19) Strong 4.5. Beautifully written, complex characters and stories. The ending left me wanting a…

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