monthly wrap-up

March Book Wrap-Up

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This month seems to involve a bit of “don’t judge a book by its cover.” So many pretty books, so many fantastic reviews and summaries, so many disappointing reading experiences. But don’t worry, it’s not all bad. I found a couple of good reads in there as well! Let’s get started: Astonish Me – Maggie…

February Book Wrap-Up

For such a short month, I crammed in a lot of reading. Thank you, winter storms and long plane trips! Let’s get started: Attachments – Rainbow Rowell – 4.5* – (Feb. 6): My second Rainbow Rowell. I forgot I was on the waitlist at the library for this one but I was happy to dive…

January Book Wrap-up

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It’s a new year but I’m going to stick with this old format. Let’s get started: Zen and the Art of Happiness – Chris Prentiss – 5* – (Jan. 3): This is the 4th time I’ve read this book, which is saying a lot. Ariel Bissett, of Booktube, has made it a tradition to begin each…

December Book Wrap-up

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Before we start with the books, a quick programming note: Welcome to 2015! I’m starting off with my December 2014 Book Wrap-up but come back next week for either two or three (I haven’t decided yet) posts addressing reading, writing, and editing as they happened in 2014 and as I plan for them to happen…

November Book Wrap-up

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The second half of November, once I finished some major work events, was great for reading. I finished 7 books in all, though among that I’m including one I edited (I’ll have read it about 4 times by the time I finish work on it this week). This was a diverse reading month, including more…


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