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)…

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…

May Reading Wrap-Up

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May goal: For May, I’ll set a goal of 4 books. What I read: (Link to my Goodreads 2019 Reading Challenge) Once Upon a River Diane Setterfield3.5* (May 19)Review If Cats Disappeared from the World Genki Kawamura3.5* (May 27)Review The Bloody Chamber and Other Stories Angela Carter3* (May 30)Review Odd Child Out Gilly Macmillan3* (May 30)Review Excuse(s)…

April Reading Wrap-Up

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As I sit down to write this, I have no idea where I ended up. I know I didn’t write many Friday Reads posts, so let’s find out how I did! April goal: April’s reading goal is 4 books, including another essay/short story collection. What I read: (Link to my Goodreads 2019 Reading Challenge) The Hate U…

March Reading Wrap-Up

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Not the worst reading month, but I’ve had much better. March goal: Another goal of 4 books for March. What I read: (Link to my Goodreads 2019 Reading Challenge) Well-Read Black Girl Glory Edim 4.25* (Mar 13)Review The Alchemist Paulo Coelho 3* (Mar 13)Review Excuse(s) for Not Reading More: Spring. Getting stuck on another book or two…

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