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April Reading Wrap-Up

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Well, April was a rough month of reading. My goal for April: For April, since almost a week has passed and I haven’t read anything, I’ll set a goal of 3 books. What I read: (Link to my Goodreads 2018 Reading Challenge)   Moxie Jennifer Mathiew – 5* (Apr 12) Review The Lying Game Ruth Ware –…

March Reading Wrap-Up

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No Friday Reads post this week because I haven’t read a thing since my last Friday Reads post two weeks ago. What?!?! I’ve been traveling and while I always think I’ll read on the plane or to chill before sleep at night, it rarely happens. Let’s instead look at my March wrap-up. My goal for…

February 2018 Reading Wrap-Up

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Because I’ve started Friday Reads posts, I’ll be changing the format of the monthly format slightly. My goal for February: February is a shorter month, but I’ll keep my reading plan to 4 books. I’ll also be doing some purging of the TBR. What I read: (Link to my Goodreads 2018 Reading Challenge)   The Last Mrs. Parrish…

January 2018 Reading Wrap-Up

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Because I’ve started Friday Reads posts, I’ll be changing the format of the monthly format slightly. My goal for January: I’m planning to read at least 4 books in January. What I read: (Link to my Goodreads 2018 Reading Challenge) Zen and the Art of Happiness Chris Prentiss – 5* (Jan 3) Review Sing, Unburied, Sing Jesmyn Ward – 3.5* (Jan…

December Reading Wrap-Up

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My goal for December: I have two books to finish in the reading challenge (a book written the year I was born and a book by a one-hit wonder). I like to read something holiday-related later in the month. I’ll commit to 4 books and see what happens. What I read: (Link to my Goodreads 2017 shelf where…

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