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June Wrap Up

Another month gone! The year seems like its flying by, maybe because I have my nose in a book most of the time. I participated in my very first readathon this month; I ended up reading for about 10 out of 24 hours. I am trying to prepare for the 24 in 48 readathon that… Continue reading June Wrap Up

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WWW Wednesday

    I saw this meme on the blog  What Cathy Read Next   . It is hosted by Taking on a World Of Words. The purpose is to share the 3 W's of reading. They stand for: What are you currently reading What did you recently finish reading What do you think you'll read next.… Continue reading WWW Wednesday

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Top Ten Tuesday

The Broke and the Bookish Sponsors of TOP TEN TUESDAYS; click the link to check out their blog. For my first Top Ten Tuesday post I am going to list my top ten Favorite Books of All Time (so far...) These are books that I have read over and over; books that have transported me to… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday

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June 6th Releases

Every once in a while there is a day when several great books are released. The next one I am looking forward to is June 6th.  I often find that summer releases are too much of the "beach read" variety. Not that there is anything wrong with beach reads, it just seems like from June… Continue reading June 6th Releases

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The Wit and Wisdom of Leonard Peacock

This month my library book group selection was "Forgive Me, Leonard Peacock," by Matthew Quick. It was such a fun time. As you can see we are a diverse group and the opinions on the book and its subject matter covered a wide range. I loved it. Matthew Quick is an incredible author and has… Continue reading The Wit and Wisdom of Leonard Peacock

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New Boy, by Tracy Chevalier: Book Review: ***No Spoilers***

New Boy, by Tracy Chevalier   Published by: Penguin Release date: May 16, 2017 Source: Penguin First to Read Rating: 5/5   This book is part of the Hogarth Shakespeare series, in which current, well known, and bestselling authors interpret and retell Shakespeare's classics. New Boy, is Tracy Chevalier’s retelling of the tragedy Othello. In… Continue reading New Boy, by Tracy Chevalier: Book Review: ***No Spoilers***

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MONTHLY WRAP-UP

April has come to an end. Time for my monthly wrap-up. This month I read six books. A Court of Thorns and Roses, by Sarah J Maas A Court of Mist and Fury, by Sarah J Mass When Breath Becomes Air, by Paul Kalanithi Strange The Dreamer, by Laini Taylor The Drowning King, by Emily… Continue reading MONTHLY WRAP-UP