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- 17th read of 2021. 🌀🌪️🐌16 of 2021. ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ I'm not one for memoirs but my work book club picked this one and I REALLY enjoyed it.15. I absolutely loved this book and I'm not a nonfiction kind of reader. It was so interesting to know Michelle's life pre and during being FLOTUS. Couldn't put it down. ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐Book 14 of 2021 ✨ Enjoyable read but the supernatural/horror aspect felt lackluster to what I was expecting. ⭐⭐⭐.5Book 13 of 2021 done! ⭐⭐⭐⭐Getting back into reading ✌️ Riley Sager is an auto-buy author for me.
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January 2017 Books Read: 8 Goodreads Reading Goal: 8/60
It’s the end of the year! SO many books were read in 2016. I set out a goal to complete 50 books this year and I actually read 72! I’m going to try for 60 in 2017. I have a … Continue reading
Welcome to Day 6 of 24 Days of Shelves of Spines! Today I decided to do a Book Tag! This book tag was created by GirlReading. *** Q1: E-book of physical copy? I prefer physical copies of books. Especially paperbacks. … Continue reading
The Madman’s Daughter (#1) by Megan Shephard Published by: Balzar + Bray on January 29th, 2013 Genre: YA, Historical Fiction, Gothic Pages: 420 Format: Paperback Source: Purchased Goodreads | Amazon | BookDepository | Indigo Synopsis: For fans of Libba Bray, this first book in a gothic suspense … Continue reading
Hi everyone! I was invited by Simon and Schuster to participate in The Light Between Oceans Global Read-A-Long for the upcoming release of the film on September 2nd and I hope you can join and read-a-long with me! It’ll run from … Continue reading
Last week I started this little series of what books I see people reading on transit. I got a few responses and I thinks it’s really interesting so I thought that I would do it again. This was a short … Continue reading