Tag Archives: mystery

What I Read in 2016

I really enjoyed looking back at everything I read in 2015, so I knew I wanted to capture my list again at the end of this year. I also wanted to beat my record of 44 books read last year, … Continue reading

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September Reading Update

There was no August update because I didn’t finish a single book in August. ­čśŽ Here are the books I read in September. The New Jim Crow by Michelle Alexander- After the national discussions about continued┬ápolice events and the efforts … Continue reading

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June Reading Update

Here are my reading experiences from this past month. This brings my 2016 total to 44. I read 44 in 2015, so I think I will be crushing that goal this year, for #read16in16. Never Go Back┬á(#18) by Lee Child- … Continue reading

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April Reading Update

Here are the reading experiences I had this month. Field of Prey by John Sandford – Before I left for a recent vacation I downloaded this book by one of my favorite mystery writers. ┬áThe books I read in March … Continue reading

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Updated Book List

I thank #read15in15 for inspiring me to keep track of the books I read throughout this year. Since my last update, I have read 10┬ámore books. I keep updating this list for my own future reference, but I’d love new … Continue reading

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2015 Reading List Updated

I began 2015 with the modest goal to read at least 15 books. I have already surpassed the goal and the year is just about half over! I am loving the fact that I have more free time to read … Continue reading

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Closer to 15 (long before the end of ’15!)

I made a commitment to read at least 15 books in 2015, joining via the #Read15in15 hashtag on twitter. In Read 15 in 15 Progress, I described the first four books I read. In What else have you read?, I … Continue reading

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