monthly wrap-up

September Reading Wrap-Up

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It’s that time again! My goal for September: In September, I’ll set a goal of just 3 books. It would be nice to not fail for once. I’m already dreading the results. What I read: (Link to my Goodreads 2018 Reading Challenge)   Frenchman’s Creek Daphne du Maurier 3* (Sept. 5) Review Excuse(s) for Not Reading More:…

August Reading Wrap-Up

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I went an entire month (mid-July to mid-August) without reading a single book, so let’s see how this goes. My goal for August: August doesn’t involve any travel so I’m going to go for 5 books. Including that short story book that I’ve been reading forever. How optimistic of me! How foolish! What I read: (Link…

July Reading Wrap-Up

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July wrap-up already? I don’t have a good feeling about this… My goal for July: July’s goal is 4 books. I’d like to finally finish up the short story collection I’ve been reading forever and I’ve already finished two other books. What I read: (Link to my Goodreads 2018 Reading Challenge) Wait Till Helen Comes Mary Downing…

June Reading Wrap-Up

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Oops, somehow I completely missed my June wrap-up! My goal for June: June’s goal is 5 books. I’m already 69% and 29% through two books and I should have more quiet time than usual with my husband traveling two weeks this month. What I read: (Link to my Goodreads 2018 Reading Challenge) Your Heart is a Muscle…

May Reading Wrap-Up

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May lasted at least three months, but I doubt my reading reflects that. Let’s find out! My goal for May: I’d really like to start tackling the books I own. I’m going to set a goal of 4 books for May, including a short story collection. What I read: (Link to my Goodreads 2018 Reading Challenge) Behind…


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