monthly wrap-up

February Reading Wrap-Up

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So far, so good. I’m ahead of schedule, realizing that schedule is kind of wimpy. February goal: I’ll set a goal of 4 books as I’m already well into one and the following selection will be a quick read. What I read: (Link to my Goodreads 2019 Reading Challenge) The Clockmaker’s Daughter Kate Morton3.5* (Feb 4)Review Gmorning,…

January 2019 Reading Wrap-Up

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The first monthly review of the new year! And I’m off to a good start. January goal: I’m going to set a goal of three books for January. What I read: (Link to my Goodreads 2019 Reading Challenge) Zen and the Art of Happiness  Chris Prentiss 5* (Jan 1)Review The Second Mrs. Hockaday Susan Rivers 4* (Jan 6)Review The Sadness of Beautiful Things Simon Van…

December Reading Wrap-Up

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Out with a whimper. My goal: Well, it’s easy to set a goal! I have to finish 8 books this month in order to make my annual goal. I did mark 8 books “read” in December, but I’m not proud. Review What I read: (Link to my Goodreads 2018 Reading Challenge) Touch Not the Cat Mary Stewart 3.75* (Dec…

November Reading Wrap-Up

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How is it December 3? I demand an answer! The year has flown by and we’re in the last 4 weeks. Crazy. My goal for November: Good grief. I need to read 12 books in the next two months if I’m going to make my goal. What I read: (Link to my Goodreads 2018 Reading Challenge) The…

October Reading Wrap-Up

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It’s that time again! My goal for October: I’m going to set a goal of 4 books for this month. The one I’m currently reading is pretty good and I’ve already planned a re-read of a YA novel. I need to start making up that deficit if I’m going to reach my goal for the…


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